Under Armour Generation II Recharge Energy Legging


Fabric 6.5 oz Nylon / Elastane

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Under Armour's Women's Generation II Recharge Energy Legging page.

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Under Armour Women's Generation II UA Recharge Energy Legging. Reduce soreness time and return power to your muscles quicker. Reduce swelling and help repair muscle fibers. Decrease post-workout fatigue and reenergize you for your next game or workout HOW IT WORKSWhen you train or compete, your muscle fibers get damaged That's why you're soreThen, water invades your muscles as they heal That's why you swell But water actually slows the process Recharge targets muscles, pushes the water out, and enables your muscles to mend faster How do we know? We tested it Dr William Kraemer led a study pitting Recharge against loose garments After performing hardcore strength conditioning workouts, college athletes wore Recharge vs the loose stuff for 24 hours Dr Kraemer's team ran a battery of tests on the athletes, and the results were clear: Recharge makes you feel better, stronger, and more energized The loose stuff doesn't For best results, put RECHARGE on after your post-game/workout shower wear for 24 hours Results may vary between athletes Fit: Compression Available Sizes: Small,Medium,Large,Extra Large, Available Colors: Metal,

- Under Armour refers to the women's version

Under Armour Generation II Recharge Energy Legging

$69.99 (women's)

The Under Armour Generation II Recharge Energy Legging is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 27, 2017 at Under Armour.

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