The activewear brand claims to have created pajamas that promote body healing and recovery during sleep

There are plenty of pajamas that promise to help the wearer sleep better, but what about sleepwear that could help them heal faster from workouts? Under Armour‘s new line of pajamas claims to do just that. The collection, called Athlete Recovery Sleepwear, aims to help active people recover faster from strenuous workouts by heating their muscles while they sleep. Using a special woven material called TB12 that aids in bioceramics, the clothing costs between $80 to $100 per piece.

“What things are being claimed against it, they are fairly basic things, but they are the unlock to recovery. When you have better blood flow, toxins like lactic acid and other things flush out of your body faster and aid in reducing inflammation, said Senior Vice President of Global Product Glenn Silbert on Mashable.

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