MBS has just got new stock of Rash Guards White and Black (Promo price S$80, Usual is S$90) and Compression wear Long pants and tops for M sizes ( All S$45 each). Typical Rashies cost S$150 and Compression wear costs S$90 and above.
Recover faster and look good in these gear.
Rash guards or rashies are worn by Sea Sports enthusiasts but more recent, they are donned by Martial Artists who do Thai boxing or free style kick boxing. The snug warm feeling when you wear these rashies protect you from the cold in aircon gyms and dries fast.
Tight fitting Compression wear will help lower incidents of cramping. So get the format that suit yous if you do upper body focused sports and/or lower body sports.
YES they do! We used them and they do help reduce the occurence of cramps and help recover faster. Lactic acid build up is the main cause of muscle soreness and fatigue which is why top athletes don Compression wear to keep muscle tissues tight and snug and prevent pockets of muscle fibre for lactic acid build up.
But with weather like Singapore where it is humid and hot, make sure you wear compression wear that handles perspiration well and is kind to your skin. Also good hygiene is only assured if you air your “sweat “points ( arm pit, thigh joints, crotch area) well. So having a few sets of these during your workout and/or yoga/pilates is essential that you dun start to smell funny.
The answer is i-Fit. From the same makers of the UV sleeve that protects you from the harmful UVA/UVB rays of the sun, come Coolon from Korea that keeps you snug and compressed while you wear your compression wear for long periods of time in our hot and humid climate. Very affordably priced S$45 for long sleeve tops or bottoms, perhaps you might just want to adopt these undergarments for your cycling, running, yoga, pilates, soccer, karate, tae-kwondo, dancing, etc?
Alot of our patrons used them and they are now part of their undergarment routine..feels good and keeps all that flabbiness tight…
MBS is proud to be a dealer!