WHY SHOULD I WEAR AN ANKLE BRACE WHEN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL?
Constant running, jumping and fatigue in volleyball can increase your risk of injury. Some volleyball players also suffer from unstable ligaments and tendons that work to support the ankle.
Wearing a Bauerfeind brace or ankle support can reduce your chances of injury by enhancing stability, proprioception and medical-grade compression.
Some common forms of ankle injuries when playing volleyball include ligament tears and sprains, achilles tendonitis and inflammation. A Bauerfeind ankle brace and support will help to promote blood flow during volleyball with the use of medical grade compression, something not found when using simple neoprene sleeves and braces.
The MalleoTrain S ankle support is ideal for volleyball injuries as an alternative to strapping. This added support will help stabilise your joint without limiting your ability to serve an ace and show off your attack.
OLYMPIC VOLLEYBALL CHAMPION WEARS BAUERFEIND
Take a look at Adenizia Ferreira, Olympic Volleyball champion wearing Bauerfeind supports during her training session to prevent injuries and improve recovery.
Medical Compression Socks Ball & Racket can also aid in recovery and improved body awareness. The innovative muscle toning zone and ankle taping zone helps in reducing muscle vibrations around calf and ankle region.
Reduce your chances of ankle injury and push your personal best with Bauerfeind Ankle Supports and Braces.
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