Courteney Cox uses the Copper Fit knee brace


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What has earned this device more than 10,000 perfect ratings is its cooling technology. Coenzyme Q10, a naturally occurring antioxidant, and menthol induce a chill over the knee that increases “when you move,” according to the brand. Like an ice pack on sore muscles, this cooling feature reduces swelling and soreness so you can exercise pain-free.

Best of all, so many reviewers say this compression sleeve has helped them train without knee pain. “I’ve been wearing it for about a week now and swear by it,” wrote one user, adding that he’s even “started running again” after months of pain. Another shopper, who suffers from arthritis, said it gave him “tremendous support and immediate relief.” If distance matters, a third reviewer noted that the sleeve “allows you to run at least eight miles a day.” (By the way, these editor-loved cross-training sneakers are also great for getting rid of knee pain.)

If knee pain is keeping you off the tennis court (or wherever your favorite spot for a good cardio workout is), this celebrity-inspired hack is worth trying. Buy it on Amazon while it’s on sale for just $15.


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