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Ventilated ClimaCool® provides heat and moisture management for the adidas TECHFIT PowerWeb Long-Sleeve. ForMotion® technology follows the natural movement of sport for a better fit and greater comfort in motion. TECHFIT focuses your muscles' energy to generate maximum explosive power, acceleration and long-term endurance. PowerWEB actively supports muscles, boosting power output and energy efficiency. Flatlock seams reduce chafing and skin irritation. TPU power bands add support and performance enhancement. NCAA/NFHS compliant. 75% polyamide/25% spandex. Imported.
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What is the length of the sleeves of size medium and I have a 34 inch chest what size should i buy?

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The measurements of the men's adidas Techfit Powerweb L/S T-Shirt in a size Medium are 27" in length, a 17" pit to pit width across, and a 21" outer sleeve length. As I stated in previous response, the type of fit for this garment is compression which should allow the fabric to stretch at least two inches, so not sure how helpful these dimensions will really be. According to the size guide offered on the website, a 34" chest would fit better in a size Small; but you may be able to get the Medium to work for you as well. Just depends on how tight you want the shirt.
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Would this restrict my range of motion for arms and would short sleeve or long sleeve help stability muscles?

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The men's adidas Techfit Powerweb L/S T-Shirt won't really restrict movement, and the compression fit throughout the shirt will help any part of the torso, including your arms. The compression helps keep your muscles relaxed during workouts and would most likely help with quicker recovery times after workouts as well.
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Would this help support stability muscles and if I workout on biceps would a short sleeve be better?

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Whether a short sleeve or a long sleeve in a Powerweb designed shirt such as the men's adidas Techfit Powerweb L/S T-Shirt is strictly personal preference because the webbing isn't actually on the sleeves. So you are not missing anything by choosing a short sleeved design as far as benefits from the TPU power bands. It would be a matter of comfort. However, sku #54361 is designed a little differently and the sleeves would help arm muscles.
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Can I wear this to the gym for weight training and would this increase strength?

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Yes, the men's adidas Techfit Powerweb L/S T-Shirt will help increase stamina, strength, and performance, no matter what the sport is...as long as there is activity. The TECHFIT PowerWeb Long-Sleeves will focus your muscles' energy to generate maximum explosive power, acceleration and long-term endurance. PowerWEB technology actively supports muscles, boosting power output and energy efficiency. I would think for lifting you would want short sleeve or no sleeves at all, such as sku #14132. But I can see where the compression around the arms from the material would help your muscles in that area though. So I guess it is a matter of personal preference.
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