Why choose ZEROFIT?


Heat = energy.

Heat is energy, and losing it means a loss of energy. To maintain a constant body temperature, humans generate heat through muscle movement and metabolism, release it through the skin, and regulate their body temperature by sweating.
This process consumes a lot of energy, with 20% of total energy being used to move various parts of the body and 80% being used to maintain body temperature.
For athletes, efficient body temperature regulation not only affects comfort but also performance.

The success of thermoregulation depends on the underwear closest to the athlete's skin.


People are moving machines.

Biomechanics has been a focus of attention in the field of sports for decades. It studies the structure and kinetic energy of the human body and is used to improve conditioning, training, skill development, and equipment and clothing. For example, the relationship between hip extension speed and speed in sprinting and the analysis of foot movement during take-off in long jumps have evolved.
High performance underwear is more than just underwear; it is an important piece of gear that helps athletes improve their performance.

ZEROFIT incorporates the results of this biomechanics into its underwear, helping to increase the range of motion of each part of the body and supporting the body in creating a more correct form.


It's all a matter of energy.

The reason why many high-performance undergarments have a tight fit known as compression wear is because they reduce muscle vibration and reduce fatigue and damage.
When muscles are subjected to a strong load, they vibrate, wasting energy and causing fatigue and damage. Compression wear reduces muscle vibration, puts pressure on the veins on the surface of the body, increases blood circulation, and allows for smooth recovery from fatigue.

However, simple compression is not enough; smooth, graduated compression is essential, with the highest pressure applied to areas furthest from the heart and less pressure as the pressure approaches the heart.