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102 women (in two cases, the number of women was not reported)) (Ali et al. 2011; Cipriani et al. 2014). Forty-one studies included only male participants, one only woman, and the remaining 13 both sexes. 9 (19–63) years. The compression garments applied included knee-high socks (n = 22), tights (n = 17), knee-high calf sleeves (n = 5), shorts (n = 4), shirt (n = 2), long sleeve shirt (n = 2), whole-body compression consisting of tights and a long-sleeve shirt (n = 2), respective whole body compression suit (n = 1), kind of compression garment not indicated (n = 1).
1 Pathway of identiﬁed and subsequent excluded or reviewed articles 36 F. Engel et al. dominated exercise were included. These studies assessed physiological, psychological, and/or performance parameters. Only those articles presenting absolute values (means and measures of variability) of an experimental (compression) and a control group (non-compression) of participants at any level of performance (from untrained to elite) or where such missing data could be obtained from the authors were analyzed.
195 km), triathlon, ice speed skating, cross country skiing, and kayaking. Maximal and submaximal oxygen uptake, blood lactate concentrations, blood gas analysis, cardiac parameters, and body temperature were not altered in most of the considered studies during endurance exercise. Also in most studies, perceived exertion as well as perceived temperature were not affected by compression. Compression clothing signiﬁcantly increased cycling performance, post exercise blood lactate elimination and reductions in blood lactate concentration during running, cycling, and cross country skiing.