The New Canterbury Mercury Compression Range, Now Available at Lovell Rugby

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Canterbury have teamed up with South African International Bryan Habana to promote their new range of rugby Base Layer technology - Mercury Compression.

The clothing features different compression zones to improve blood flow to the key muscles and reduce muscle soreness (fatigue) during and after physical activity depending on when you wear it. As the game of rugby is becoming more physical and the training schedules become more intense, players are unable to get the time that they need for their bodies to recover between games, practice sessions and personal fitness activities.

The range is designed to potentially reduce muscle soreness by around 30% according to the developers at Canterbury, which shall make sportmen and woman more prepared for when they next come to do exercise.

The New Canterbury Mercury Compression Range, Now Available at Lovell Rugby

The hybrid material the clothing is made from prevents sweat getting to your outer clothing therefore keeping you cooler and able to train for longer.

Canterbury have also reduced the number of seams on the top, leggings & shorts so that muscle stability can be enhanced, compression value is greater and the user experiences a more comfortable fit.

The New Canterbury Mercury Compression Range, Now Available at Lovell Rugby

A CEO from Canterbury has said: “Intensive testing and research has gone into producing this range to ensure that Canterbury Mercury Compression is the top performer in its market, allowing the user to gain an edge over competitors and see a tangible difference in their performance and rate of recovery.”

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