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Lately, more and more people are turning to compression shorts to get the most out of their workouts. This is because wearing one empowers you, giving you sense of extra strength along with a range of motion you’ve never felt before. One might even say you’ll feel like a superhero. With our range of superhero compression shorts, you can certainly be a hero!

What are Compression Shorts?

Compression shorts are a type of compression clothing that specifically targets the thighs. They are made out of a thin, elastic material that clings snugly to your body, putting pressure on your muscles. Almost like a second skin, compression shorts are perfect for exercises that primarily target the lower body such as running or squats.

Your workout will have a super boost with the compression shorts from I Am Superhero with their unique superhero designs. Have you ever wanted to wear exercise clothing with Captain America’s shield designed on it? Or how about the Spider-Man’s logo?

Benefits of Wearing Compression Shorts

There are many benefits to wearing compression shorts while exercising as opposed to wearing normal shorts. Firstly, the compression that the shorts puts on your legs helps control the muscle contraction that occurs during the movement of the exercise. This compression acts like a stabilizer for your muscle. With more control over your muscles, you can focus more on your form.

This increase in muscular control also reduces the risk of injury, serving as a kind of safety measure. Due to its tightness, compression shorts also reduce your skin from chafing. Additionally, because of the material that they are made of, compression shorts wick away sweat, making your body feel dry and comfortable throughout your workout. Blood pressure and lactic acid formation, which is the cause of muscular cramps, are also said to be controlled by compression clothing.

Captain America

With all of Captain America’s bulging muscles and military training, his greatest power is not his combat skills nor his shield-throwing abilities but his heart. Steve Rogers was a scrawny kid from Brooklyn when he decided to join the army. Even though he was barely accepted into the academy, he was chosen to participate in an experiment when a scientist discovered Steve’s passion for what’s right. Successfully injected with the super soldier serum, Steve Rogers transformed into the Captain America we know -- Hydra’s worst enemy. With compression shorts, you can feel like the hero that Steve is while working out!

The Flash

Barry Allen was a forensic analyst for the Central City Police Department who had the bad reputation of always arriving late. One night, while working late in his lab, he was struck by a mysterious bolt of lightning. The accident left him in a comma but after waking up, he woke up as the Flash, the fastest man alive! Fueled with the sense of justice, Barry protects Central City from the Rogues and other metahumans. Feel swift while doing your exercise routines by wearing compression shorts.

Superman

Kal-El, the last son of Krypton was evacuated as a baby when his planet Krypton was destroyed. After landing in Smallville, Kansas, he was adopted by a couple, who named him Clark Kent. Clark was a teenager when he first noticed he had special powers. It turns out that when Kryptonians are exposed to the light of our planet’s yellow sun, his kryptonian cells give him amazing super powers like super strength, super speed, laser eyes, flight, and x-ray vision. Clark grew up and moved to Metropolis to work for the Daily Planet, a newspaper company, where he met Lois Lane, the love of his life. Be motivated by the invincibility of Superman by wearing some cool Superman compression shorts while exercising.

Batman

After witnessing his parents’ murder right in front of his eyes, Bruce Wayne has been haunted by his past ever since. By day, he is Bruce Wayne, the owner of Wayne enterprises, a billionaire. But by night, he becomes Gotham city’s protector: Batman. The dark knight has his work cut out for him as Gotham is one of the cities with the dirtiest crime scene. He uses his intellect, cool gadgets, and combat training to solve mysteries and beat up bad guys. Although he acts as one of the loneliest heroes out there, with his history with different sidekicks, he has one of the biggest families out there.

Iron Man

Tony Stark is Iron Man. Owner of Stark Industries, he used to develop weapons for the military. But after getting caught in an explosion and getting kidnapped by terrorists, he had to create a magnet in his chest to keep shrapnel from piercing his heart.

After turing over a new leaf, Tony decides to use his high IQ for good by creating his suit of armor, turning him into Iron Man. The suit has an integrated AI that he could command, and Tony doesn’t have only one suit but hundreds of them.

Spider-Man

Just your average teenager, Peter Parker’s life got transformed when he got bitten by a radioactive spider during a field trip to Oscorp. Discovering he could climb walls and shoot webs, Peter had to do what he thought he should. Living by the famous words of his Uncle Ben, “With great power comes great responsibility,” Peter put on his costume and became the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. He protects New York City from the likes of the Green Goblin, Venom, and many more.

The Hulk

Bruce Banner was a simple scientist trying to recreate the super soldier serum that turned Steve Rogers into Captain America. However, fortune ran out when Banner got a lethal dose of gamma radiation. Bruce didn’t die but he got an alter ego. Whenever his anger gets the better of him, the meek Bruce Banner becomes the Hulk, a green rampaging monster that only gets stronger the angrier he gets.