Hikers love the sport in harmony with nature. Quickly put on the hiking boots and go on a voyage of discovery in the most beautiful landscapes. Hiking is not only one of the most popular sports, but also one of the healthiest. Discover the world, switch off and enjoy. That is the motto under which most hikers set off. At Rehband you will find sports supports that can support you and your body during long hikes.

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Pain-free hiking with Sports Supports

Even though hiking is a particularly gentle sport for the body, hikers are not immune to sports injuries. Proper preparation protects nature-loving athletes from many sports injuries. The most common cause of hiking injuries is that many misjudge their own performance and the dangers of the terrain. Hiking for a full day is not for beginners. Long, untrained hiking overloads the joints and also the muscles. Bruises and strains are quickly the result. But even advanced hikers are not immune to sports injuries. But with the right preparation and targeted training, you can avoid sports injuries. In addition, you can protect your joints and muscles with special bandages - both for acute complaints and as a preventive and supportive measure.

Typical injuries in hiking

These are the most common sports injuries while hiking:

  • Bruises: The shins in particular are at risk of bruising. They are hardly padded and therefore very sensitive.
  • Muscle strains in the thigh: The most common causes of a muscle strain in the thigh are, for example, an unheated musculature in cool or cold temperatures, but also overtiredness or overuse of the muscles. The pain is cramp-like and extremely unpleasant.
  • Torn ankle ligaments: Torn ligaments are extremely painful and unpleasant. The risk of injury to the tendons already exists when twisting the ankle in rough terrain.
  • Torn muscle in the calf: The most common cause is overstretching the muscle. Unfortunately, when hiking in the mountains, it happens quickly that the muscle is overstretched. Sudden acceleration of steps can also lead to an unpleasant muscle tear. The muscle tear is one of the most common sports injuries while hiking.

Furthermore, injuries to the Achilles tendon, knee and back problems are typical sports injuries of hikers. To prevent such injuries, but also to relieve the pain, there are special sports supports.

Sports Supports for hiking

Bandages are ideal in the treatment of many sports injuries, joint diseases, ligament, muscle and other ailments. Well-made knee, foot and back bandages protect and support joints, ligaments and muscles.

  • Knee sleeves: They protect and strengthen the knee joint. In addition, sports scientists recommend targeted training for the knee muscles and also for the thigh muscles to protect the knees. Already done 100 squats today?
  • Foot sports supports: Sports Supports for the ankle have an analgesic, decongestant and muscle activating effect. They are ideal when walking irritation pain, joint inflammation and ligament weakness.
  • Back sports supports: Sports supports for the lumbar spine are excellent for long hikes to relieve the back. They also provide relief from existing discomfort and relieve pain.

Important requirements for sports Supports

When buying a sports support, you should make sure that the material is light, breathable and anatomically shaped. Poorly fitting supports will not be effective, will cause discomfort and unpleasant pressure points. It is also very annoying if sweat accumulates under your sports support.

However, one basic rule always applies: If you have permanent complaints, you should have them clarified by your family doctor.