ADIPOWER warming garment pants from adidas retain muscle heat between warm up and race
British Olympic cyclist Laura Trott models the adidas ADIPOWER "hot pants"
British Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy turns up the heat on his "hot pants"
Before competing, professional cyclists jump on a trainer and ride to warm-up, but muscles can lose this heat if there's a time delay between the warm-up and the start of the race. In an effort to plug this gap and gain the tiny advantage that's so critical in top-level sport, adidas has created ADIPOWER muscle warming garments - a pair of track pants with a battery-powered heater, helps keep muscles at the right temperature.
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