"As a wicket keeper I am constantly using all the muscles in my legs during a match. In a T20 match I could do up to 120 squats but in a full day of Sheffield Shield that number could be over 500. The recovery tights have helped me get back to my peak for each T20 or one-day game or each day of a Sheffield Shield match. Wearing them after a match or day’s play allows me to wake up the next day and feel ready to train or play again."
- Tim Paine, Wicket Keeper Hobart Hurricanes
/ Australian National team -
"I have been wearing the Supacore with the Melbourne Stars during all matches, training and whilst travelling around Australia. The big standout that makes Supacore unique is the added support provided to my lower back whilst bowling and standing in the field. This added feature aids me to get through each match with ease allowing for a faster recovery rate so backing up my performances between matches and training sessions is not an issue. The extra bonus of the Supacore product range that separates it from its competitors is that all garments maintain their compression after going through the washing machine."
- John Hastings, Melbourne Stars / Australian National team -
"The Supacore Coretech range has aided in our injury prevention protocols in 3 ways; by providing extra lumbo-pelvic support decreasing the load during all training and match day activities, the added proprioceptive feedback during running plays a major role in increasing player movement efficiency and having the players wear the recovery leggings on all flights has sped up the recovery process. Compared to previous BBL competitions, the muscle rating for all Melbourne Star players 24hr post match have decreased."
- Adrian Mott, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Victorian Bushrangers & Melbourne Stars -
"With the short amount of time between BBL and Ryobi Cup matches, combined with travel commitments, players need to have recovered and be back training and preparing for the next match as soon as possible."
- Michael Marshall, Strength, Conditioning and Rehabilitation Coordinator, Cricket Tasmania -