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Endurance Training

Intended Use (Make workouts easier)

  • Pre-workout: To help you pre-cool before your workout.
  • Intra-workout: To cool you down and help you recover from heat fatigue and heat stress. This should help you increase your workout volume.
  • Post-workout: To help you kick start the cool down process. Helping you to optimize your recovery between workouts.

Directions – How to Use

  1. Prepare. Refrigerate cold packs to 40-50 °F before use.
  2. Apply cold pack to the palm of the hand, and insert both into the recovery sleeve (logo facing out) before you start your workout. Apply for 5-10 min to help you cool your body. Also follow steps 3, 4 and 5 below.
  3. Make sure you secure the top of the sleeve with attached strap to prevent air from escaping, and to seal the negative pressure compression recovery sleeve.
  4. Make sure you use the suction squeeze pump until air is completely removed from inside the sleeve.
  5. Make sure you periodically squeeze the squeeze pump to remove air and hold the negative pressure compression.
  6. Apply cold during your rest periods (1-5 minutes) when the goal is to make your workouts easier and perform more work.
  7. Repeat as needed. Post-workout, finish cold for recovery. Warm for adaptation. 5-15 minutes recovery duration.
  8. Turn the negative pressure compression sleeve inside out to air dry after use.

Please note

  • Cold packs should NOT be frozen or applied at a temperature colder than 40°F. This will cause the capillaries in the palm to constrict, which will prevent the removal of heat.
  • Cold packs are good for 5-10 minutes (or until 64°F), then should be switched for a new one.
  • Seal the recovery sleeve at the top of the arm and make sure that no undershirts prevent a complete seal. Otherwise air will leak and prevent negative pressure compression.

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Other Use (Make Workouts Harder)

  • Pre-workout: To help raise your body temperature.
  • Intra-workout: To continue to raise your body temperature. Use heat training sessions with a stationary exercise. The goal is to increase adaptation and improve future performance through heat stress and heat fatigue.

Directions – How to Use

  1. Clear with your medical professional to make sure heat training is safe for you. Safety precautions should be taken. You should have a cooling plan with access to air conditioning, ice, cold water and other cooling elements. And use them if bothered by the added heat.
  2. Remove one heat pack from package 30 minutes before use.
  3. Apply heat pack to the palm of the hand, and insert both into the recovery sleeve (logo facing out) before you start your workout. Use when working out on a stationary device (cycling, running) for as long as desired.
  4. Make sure you secure the top of the sleeve with attached strap to prevent air from escaping, and to seal the negative pressure compression recovery sleeve.
  5. Make sure you use the suction squeeze pump until air is completely removed from inside the sleeve.
  6. Make sure you periodically squeeze the squeeze pump to remove air and hold the negative pressure compression.
  7. Increase the intensity of your heat training by using other heating devices like hot saunas pre-workout or on your rest periods, and in combination with a negative pressure compression sleeve.
  8. Turn the negative pressure compression sleeve inside out to air dry after use.
  9. Seal the heat pack in a sandwich bag for future use.

Please Note

  • Heat packs are good for roughly 10 hours. The heat packs may take up to 30 minutes to heat activate. While the temperature between the heat packs may vary between 100-160°F. Remove immediately if too hot.
  • Do not use heat training without approval from your medical professional. Perform it under medical supervision. Take safety precautions to overcome the heat.