EC3D Signs Stand-Up Paddling Athlete Thomas “Maximus” Shahinian

posted Jan 7, 2013, 10:44 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Jan 7, 2013, 1:30 PM by Peter Pawlus ]

Laval, QC – January 7, 2013.
 EC3D has signed on to be the compression gear sponsor of Stand-Up Paddling (SUP) athlete Thomas "Maximus" Shahinian.  With more than 16 years of competitive paddling, Riviera Team rider Shahinian sports an impressive SUP race resume.  His 2012 race season included 11 wins out of 14 races, and in 2011, he paddled to 22 first place wins out of 36 races, shattering three course records along the way. EC3D President Danny Ayoub stated, “We chose Shahinian as a Brand Ambassador because of his success, passion, and drive – both in and out of the water.” 

Shahinian joins an elite team of EC3D athletes from a variety of professional and Olympic sports, including hockey, football, triathlon, ski/snowboard, motorsports, boxing, and skating. 

Manufactured in Canada, EC3D is medical-grade compression gear that provides graduated, seamless, and anatomically targeted zones of compression. Athletes wear compression gear for improved blood circulation, increased oxygen delivery to muscles, better muscle alignment, and reduced recovery time.  

For more information about EC3D, visit

From : EC3D has a new Twist on compression

posted Sep 24, 2012, 8:53 AM by Peter Pawlus

EC3D has introduced its latest innovation – the Twist compression sock, which aims to offer performance and recuperation in a single garment.

In ‘Performance Mode’, whilst active, the front compression zone is tighter, stabilizing muscles and reducing unwanted vibration, which can cause muscle soreness near the shinbone (and ultimately could lead to shin splints). Wearing the Twist compression sock, the calf is covered by an area featuring lower compression, in order to allow the muscle to expand. The calf’s surrounding zone features higher compression, for better muscle stability.

Pinch and twist to recuperate!
After physical activity, all the athlete needs to do is pinch and twist the sock (the front colours/patterns should line up with the back of the leg) to switch to ‘Recuperation Mode’. Twisting increases the sock’s compression in key areas and, according to EC3D drains the calves of any remaining toxins.

The Twist compression sock is made of 85% nylon and 15% elastane.

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posted Jan 10, 2012, 6:59 AM by Peter Pawlus   [ updated Nov 6, 2013, 6:00 AM by Kathy Cannon ]

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