Bio-ceramic minerals are produced when ceramic materials and mineral oxides are combined and heated to temperatures close to 1700 degrees Celsius and allowed to cool. They naturally emit energy in the Far Infrared range – a spectrum of light that has long been in use for therapeutic purposes because of its ability to penetrate deep inside muscle tissue, that improves circulation, reduces lactic acid build up and increases oxygen levels.
Baller Athletik reduces the loss of your body’s Far Infrared energy by absorbing and reflecting the emitted Far Infrared energy back to your body. The reflected Far Infrared energy penetrates deep into your body and gives you the ability to enhance athletic performance, improve balance, and promote recovery whilst sleeping.
Far Infrared rays are a component of infrared radiation which is an invisible electromagnetic radiation, the wavelength of which is longer than of visible light. There are three kinds of infrared radiation depended on their wavelength: near-infrared radiation (IR-A: 0.7∼1.4 µm), middle-infrared radiation (IR-B: 1.4∼3 µm), and Far Infrared (FIR) radiation (IR-C: 3∼1000 µm).
Studies have found several benefits of using Far Infrared rays for the human body. The two main benefits are the ability of FIR to widen blood vessels and to increase oxygen levels. These two benefits in turn have major effects on our body. Widened blood vessels result in an increase of blood circulation, faster exchange of nutrients and toxic waste products, the warming of our skin, promoting sleep, and decreased fatigue. Increased oxygen levels lead to creating more energy to perform, heal, and recover from cramps which in turn results into faster recovery of the muscles and its strength.
Far Infrared rays are not damaging as they occur from a natural physical process such as your own body. Baller Athletik reflects the Far Infrared rays that are emitted from your body to stimulate several benefits. This means that the only Far Infrared rays used originate from the human body.
The durability is 100 washes – which is the lifeline of most garments.