And no, they're not large lovebites!
So this year's Olympics has, like always, been giving us some of the greatest performances of all time, and has gotten spectators all over the world glued to the developments. Almost everyone follows the Olympics, but at the same time, something about it has gotten all quite perplexed. And that thing is the large blots on the bodies of our Olympic athletes.
So here we are to provide you with an answer, so you can stop pondering over it, and channel that focus of yours into enjoying every bit of the sports. Check it out.
But do you know what they are? Or what's causing them?
Cupping is a process that is followed so as to mobilize blood flows to the areas of the body that have experienced vigorous exercise.
But cupping is extremely important for the performance of the athletes in healing muscular pain.
After all, their muscles do undergo extreme training.
The idea was that copper reduces inflammation.
So that makes cupping only the most recent tactic, rather than the only one used for physical enhancement. So we can surely expect some more such techniques to be used in coming times!