Let’s say it’s the90th minute in your championship game, you go 1 on 1 with the goalie. The goalie comes out and you jump over the goalie. But then you go through your ankle. This is very annoying, because you’ve suffered an ankle sprain. This injury is very common in football. 17% of injuries in football are an ankle sprain.
What happens to a sprained ankle?
The ankle then swiks inwards, this can hurt a lot. The ankle then feels unstable and it will be difficult to stand on it. A brace is often seen as something that does not sit fine during exercise and can irritate.
Push Sports has the solution for this
This is not the case with Push Sports single-race Kicx! This one is very comfortable and will strengthen the ankle and give compression. A brace generally gives firmness and compression to the ankle. Because this ankle injury is very common in football, the Push Sports ankle brace Kicx is specially made for this purpose.
The Push Sports ankle brace Kicx
The Push Sports ankle brace Kicx is a brace that gives stability to the ankle. The brace is very advisable when you want to start training again. There is a chance that the ankle is not yet fully on strength and that can cause recurrence. The chances of the ankle injury again in the next year are now twice as high.
The firmness of the ankle ligaments
With the Push Sports ankle brace Kicx, this chance is much less because of the firmness that the brace gives to the ankle. The brace offers the perfect compression and sits very comfortably around the ankle. The brace is elastic with the other number of straps that sit on the outside of the ankle. These straps are here to give extra firmness to the ankle. These bands are also called the Prophy-X band system. The brace will not restrict the freedom of movement of the ankle, so you will not be bothered when you have the brace on while playing football.
The Prophy-X band system
The tires that run on the outside of the ankle is called the Prophy-X band system. These are 2 bands that intersect on the outside of the ankle. These straps give extra firmness and ensure that the ankle will not swerv in. These bands will give counter-force when the ankle swiks inwards. This makes the Push Sports ankle brace Kicx stand out from other ankle braces.
How should the Push Sports ankle brace Kickx be applied?
- Open the Velcro and pull the ankle brace over the foot. Make sure the brace fits properly on your foot and that it is not too tight or too loose.
- Place the foot on the ground in 90 degrees and secure the 2 straps to the highlight marks on the brace
- Then close the large elastic band to create a comfortable pressure on the ankle. You can now just put your football shoe over the brace.
What size Push Sports single brace Kicx do you need?
The Push Sports ankle brace Kicx is available for the left ankle and for the right ankle. For the sizes, you need to know the shoe size and the instep circumference.
- When rubbing 35 cm or higher and shoe size 42 or higher, we recommend size L.
- When rubbing from 32 to 35 and shoe size 40 to 45, we recommend size M.
- With instep circumference of 32 or lower and shoe size 42 or lower, we recommend size S.
Experience Push Sports ankle brace Kicx
There are several responses from customers who have used the Push Sports single brace Kicx. These are just positive reactions. This is the case with a customer: “Good fit, very light and sturdy”. These are also the points that distinguish the brace from the other braces. The good fit and firmness it offers to the ankle. Another comment from a client: “This brace worn when playing football after I could start playing football again after my rehabilitation. Didn’t suffer from the brace at all and my ankle felt very firm. This brace is highly recommended”. The reactions about the Push Sports single brace Kicx are generally very positive!