SPRYNG review: Active wireless compression for good performance

Spryng recovery boots recently caught my attention. Recovery is an integral aspect of running, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise. Products for recovery are emerging almost every day. Where do we go from here? Increase your sleep. We’ll cover SPRYNG reviews in fine detail.

Whenever I experience sore calves, I look for ways to improve them, especially since I experience sore calves more often than others. One of my favorites is the Spryng Compression Boot. My favorite aspect of this boot is that it is portable and not colossal like the Normatecs. Furthermore, traveling with them was not a problem because they did not take much space. I wasn’t concerned about them taking up a lot of space or having wires running everywhere.

How does Spryng work?

These are pneumatic calf sleeves that are wireless. According to the manufacturer, they provide active compression for aching, tired muscles.

Runners should know that sitting around can worsen their pain even if they’re already active. It is possible to promote blood flow to your legs by engaging in physical activity during your recovery period, which can help speed up the healing process. With Spryng, you can promote blood flow in your legs by applying this same concept.

The Spryng Experience:

My first impression of the Spryng box was that it was small. The boxes I usually see are much bigger, heavier, and bulkier. I was surprised to find that it was like a standard shipping box when it arrived at my house. I have previously bought compression sleeves with more complicated features. When I was younger, I had difficulty using compression sleeves.

As part of the Spryng system, the sleeves also have “knuckles” that supposedly increase the intensity of pressure. When I realized what that meant, it took me some time to process. At first, I thought it was a seat cushion.

Easy-to-use controls: Spryng has fairly straightforward controls. The buttons are three in number. When you press the middle button, the compression sleeves will turn on. Select the compression pattern using the leg button while choosing the intensity by clicking the right button.

The device has a USB charging port as well. Although I have only had to charge the Spryng twice or three times, it only takes me about two hours. Spryng doesn’t come with a charging cable, which I noticed was unique to mine. The device uses a standard cable, and fortunately, we already had one.

With Spryng, I find them to be the most compact and easiest sleeves I’ve ever used. They’re easy to carry around the house and I can wear them everywhere. 

But although they feel good, Spryng isn’t going to help you if you have knots or are suffering from extreme pain. Using a foam roller will help you foam roll your calves deeper if you have to foam roll them often. The socks feel good on your legs, and like compression socks, they increase blood circulation.

I found it sank a little deeper into the calf meat after adding the knuckle liner to my Spryng. However, the bore was never excessive. The massage was not so much like a sports massage as it was more of a feel-good massage.

Generally, I find the Spryng compression sleeves to be quite comfortable, and I like the blood flow they provide, but I realize they won’t be able to improve injury-related pain.

Final thoughts:

They are convenient, easy to use, and portable, and that is what I appreciate about them. Unless you are suffering from a serious injury, they will not relieve your pain. For that reason, if you need a deep tissue massage or foam rolling, you should seek that out. I find that they are useful recovery devices and are quite pleasant to use.

I believe Spryng might be right for people with swollen legs, decreased circulation, or mild leg soreness. You may need something that reaches deeper into your muscles if you are sore after hard workouts.