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Product Warning

1-Before beginning any physical or strenuous activity, please consult your medical professional. Also consult your medical professional before using this product, an All Natural PED recovery sleeve.

2-Do not use the All Natural PED recovery sleeve for an extended period of time with out removing the sleeve.

3-While an All Natural PED recovery sleeve can be used to make workouts easier, and allow you to increase your overall volume of work via palm cooling. Please increase your fitness levels in small incremental steps before performing higher volumes of work. Slowly increasing your workout volume should help prevent over training and Rhabdomyolysis. Please start with a workout volume that you can handle, then slowly increase your workout volume in your following workouts.

4-Please disinfect the inside of the sleeve after use. A warm and moist environment is a breeding ground for bacteria and other organisms. Please disinfect the inside of the sleeve after use.

5-When sharing an All Natural PED recovery sleeve amongst individuals other than yourself, please disinfect the inside of the sleeve to prevent the spread of staph and other infections from one person to another.

6-Please cover all cuts when using an All Natural PED recovery sleeve. Failure to do so could result in staph infection. Because staph inactively resides on your skin, failure to cover a cut while using an All Natural PED recovery sleeve could spread staph to your cut and cause an infection. Please cover your cuts before use.

7-When washing and drying the All Natural PED recovery sleeve, the All Natural PED recovery sleeve is to be air dried only. The All Natural PED recovery sleeve is made of rubber and should NOT be put into a dryer due to the risk of fire. Please, air dry only.

8-If you use an All Natural PED recovery sleeve to increase adaptation (adaptation training), or make your workouts harder via heat training and blood flow restriction (BFR) training. Then please consult with your medical professional before performing these types of training. These types of adaptation training put a greater strain and stress on your body and should only be performed by advanced trainees capable of handling such a large increase in stress. These types of adaptation training and other types of adaptation training should slowly and gradually be phased into your workout routines. These types of adaptation training are NOT for everyone.

9-Heat training or heat sessions increase cardiovascular strain, body temperatures and heat exhaustion. Heat training also dehydrates the body and can cause severe dehydration. These conditions increase the event of heat stroke and a heart attack which are life threatening conditions. Heat training should slowly and gradually be phased into your workout routines. Heat training should NOT be performed without the approval of a medical professional and should only be performed under medical supervision. Cooling strategies should be in place as a precautionary measure needed in case of emergency. If someone performs heat training and does not feel right, or feels that the heat is compromising their well being. Then stop IMMEDIATELY and IMMEDIATELY apply the precautionary cooling measures in place to cool the body from dangerous heat levels. This type of training is NOT for everyone.

10-If a heat pack is too hot to the touch, IMMEDIATELY remove the heat pack from skin contact. Heat packs can get very hot, please use with caution. Do not burn the skin from over exposure.

11-Blood flow restriction (BFR) training increases the strain on the heart and the vascular system. Blood flow restriction (BFR) training also increases metabolic stress. These conditions increase the event of a heart attack and a vascular condition (such as a blood clot, deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolus) which are life threatening conditions. Blood flow restriction training should slowly and gradually be phased into your workout routines. Blood flow restriction (BFR) training should NOT be performed without the approval of a medical professional and should only be performed under medical supervision. Never use blood flow restriction (bfr) training for longer then 5 minutes at a time on one arm without removing the restriction, and restoring blood flow for the same amount of time as you restricted the arm. When practicing blood flow restriction training, NEVER apply the cuffs so tight that you lose feeling in your arms, hands or fingers. If you are losing or lose feeling in your arms, hands or fingers, IMMEDIATELY remove the cuffs. If you feel a tingling sensation in your arms, hands or fingers, IMMEDIATELY remove the cuffs. The cuffs should be applied at 50-70% tightness to restrict the venous blood flow return only, based on a scale that 100% tightness is as tight as possible and completely restricts arterial and venous blood flow. You do NOT want to restrict arterial blood flow. Blood flow restriction (BFR) training may be uncomfortable, and it may cause acute pain in the arms. Never use blood flow restriction (bfr) training with a weight greater than 50% of your 1 rep max when using blood flow restriction training while lifting weights and performing blood flow restriction training on the same arm. The soreness or DOMS that results from this type of training can last for days. This type of training is NOT for everyone.

12-Do NOT practice blood flow restriction (BFR) training if you:

  • Have heart problems
  • Are overweight (body mass index greater than or equal to 30)
  • Are an older unfit individual
  • Have a medical condition that may compromise your vascular system
  • If you ever damaged your vascular system
  • If you have Varicose veins
  • If you ever had a clotting disorder. Or your family has a history of clotting disorders
  • If you ever had a blood clot, deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolus. Or are at high risk to get them. Or have a family history of them.
  • Have any circulation or blood related problems
  • Are on medication
  • Are sedentary or inactive
  • Have had an injury to your arteries or veins
  • Have had an injury to any of your nerves
  • Have a history or currently have high blood pressure
  • If you smoke
  • If you have diabetes
  • If you have an endothelial dysfunction
  • If you have Crohns disease or inflammatory bowel disease
  • If you ever fractured your hip, pelvis, or femur
  • If you had surgery in the last 6 months