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Sweat It Out features clothing with Coolmax technology
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Aug '13
Since 1989, SWEAT IT OUT has been providing customers with a wide range of sportswear. SWEAT IT OUT offers baseball sleeves, compression tops, back supporting shorts, underwear wicking products, and much more.

Now, SWEAT IT OUT is featuring a new line of compression sportswear that can provide extraordinary benefits. Athletes, police, firefighters, and military can all benefit from the advantages of Coolmax technology.

For years, SWEAT IT OUT has been helping people perform at a higher level. Now, with Coolmax technology, customers can get the most out of their workouts or professional experience. Clothing products made with Coolmax technology provide individuals with superior wicking.

Coolmax clothing is made from the fastest-drying fabric and can dry up to four times faster than conventional cotton. Not only is Coolmax clothing a faster drying material, but it is extremely durable and lightweight.

Military personnel have found that Coolmax clothing products are ideal for their high intensity training regimens and real life performance needs. Military personnel are more comfortable and keeping cool doesn’t require as much energy.

Furthermore, Coolmax clothing can actually help to lower and individual’s heart rate. In some cases, Coolmax has demonstrated to reduce heart rates during high performance by 14 beats per minute.

Considering the vast amount of benefits with Coolmax clothing, it may seem to be a no-brainer for athletes, police, firefighters, and military. However, there are even more reasons that SWEAT IT OUT is featuring this high performance clothing.

The easy care and reliability of this clothing makes it a perfect option for those who live an active lifestyle. SWEAT IT OUT can help high performing individuals find the best clothing option to suit their needs.

About the Company:

SWEAT IT OUT specializes in TRUE COMPRESSION for both the Upper and Lower body to help prevent injuries and also to help with rehabilitation from an existing injury.

SWEAT IT OUT Performance Compression shorts, Performance Compression Tops, Running Gear, and Performance Compression Pants are made from a unique, powerful fabric designed to be worn next to the skin for a tight fit providing true compression to the underlying tissue and muscle without restriction or discomfort. The Lycra content in these garments is the highest available for stretch and recovery.

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