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Old 07-12-18, 02:41 PM
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5XL compression shorts

One of acquaintances just had bariatric surgery, and started exercising (boxing). His coach suggested that he should get compression shorts to improve his circulation. I pointed him to Aerotech Design but would like to get feedback from the forum on other suppliers.

Edit: I should add that I am not talking cycling shorts/bibs but more exercise/running.
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FWIW, the science on compression clothing helping DURING exercise, like circulation that you speak of, is inconclusive at best. Compression clothing does show benefit POST workout with recovery however
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Either way, I highly suspect he doesn't want to box wearing a chamois. Especially a thick one.
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Originally Posted by brawlo View Post
FWIW, the science on compression clothing helping DURING exercise, like circulation that you speak of, is inconclusive at best. Compression clothing does show benefit POST workout with recovery however
I'm not judging what his trainer stated; I'm just trying to help a guy find what he is looking for.
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Originally Posted by TrojanHorse View Post
Either way, I highly suspect he doesn't want to box wearing a chamois. Especially a thick one.
I added a clarification that he is indeed not looking for cycling shorts. Thanks for the comment; it helped clearing that out.
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Old 07-13-18, 11:42 AM
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Look into a wrestling/weightlifting "uni" or unitard... that is what they call "bibs" =)
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Also called a "singlet"

https://www.amazon.com/Inzer-Powerli...inglet+men+5xl

goes up to 4xl, or 340lbs.
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Another company, up to a 6XL 385+ lbs:

Triumph Singlet

Comprexx Fabric Made in the USA
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Another company, up to a 6XL 385+ lbs:

Triumph Singlet

Comprexx Fabric Made in the USA
Thanks, I'll let him know. He is still in the 450+ range but went up to 550+ before the severe diet, and operation.
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ironically boxer shorts are out. sorry, couldn't resist
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Originally Posted by rumrunn6 View Post
ironically boxer shorts are out. sorry, couldn't resist
I am wearing boxer briefs today. Leftovers from a previous relationship.
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