The real reason for wearing them is for keeping your circulation in the arms going. For example, you would wear it on your shooting arm in Basketball, but on both arms in tennis. Does that make sense?
Two things come from an arm sleeve.
First, when you keep muscles warm they resist spasms that cause tightness and second, compression keeps blood from causing swelling.
There are a couple of reasons that athletics use arm sleeves. The main reason is that it helps with circulation and support, there muscles dont get as tired when its supported and they play better. The other reason is that sometimes it gets cold in those arenas, and if you arent running around playing, you can get chilly.
The correct spelling is, indeed, "sleeves."
Richards-Ross' sleeves might be custom made for her, but a company named SleekSleeves sells all kinds of sleeves.
There are sun sleeves and there are compression sleeves. Sun Sleeves, like Crazy Arms, are made from UPF50+ fabric, that is designed to stay cool in hot sun, but they also serve to protect from wind chill on cold mornings cycling or out on morning walks. Compression sleeves are for use with high intensity work outs, and while they will likewise provide some protection from wind chill, they are not advised for longer exercise or activity. You can find out more at the Crazy Arms website.
No. If you do they will cut off your arm and feed you to the SEALS......
Custom Sports Sleeves. They sell custom made arm sleeves, and youth and adult sizes to ensure a tight and comfortable nonslip fit. They also offer lots of colors! These sleeves are quality products and cheaper than other "big name" brands. Also, all Custom Sports Sleeves' products are made in the USA! I would strongly recommend Custom Sports Sleeves. www.customsportssleeves.com
Custom made arm sleeves are available at Custom Sports Sleeves. Made for any sport! www,customsportssleeves.com
from a local sporting goods store like sportsauthority
Wear clothing with sleeves long enough to cover it.
Compression sleeves will apply pressure to the arm, leg, hand or trunk. For example, leg compression sleeves look like footless socks and are usually worn during training or for recovery to increase oxygen blood flow. Compression sleeves are widely available and easy to find online, there are many reputable stockist websites offering a wide selection.
Any fitness sites should be carrying arm sleeves. If they don't, visit someplace else. Go to either ebay or kijiji. There's a high chance you'll find some there for cheap too.