Kinesio Taping

Kinesio tape is a new taping method used to relieve aching and strained muscles. The truth is, the Kinesio taping method isn’t actually new, it was developed 25 years ago by a Japanese chiropractor by the name, Dr. Kenzo Kase. The Kinesio tex tape is used by athletes such as Kerri Walsh, David Beckham, Serena Williams, and Lance Armstrong.

The tape is extremely thin and has a special elasticity which is said to be the reason why it is so effective. It is simply placed on the skin and can last for three to five days. You can even swim with it or take a bath with it, and it will not come off.

Kinesio Tape

Kinesio Sports Tape

How to Use Kinesio Tape?

Kinesio taping is really easy. Since the tape is made of thin breathable cotton, there is very little chance that there will be discomfort during long hours of wearing it. For starters, it’s better to wear the tape for long hours or days to get the best results. Since you will be wearing it for a longer period of time, plan on wearing it on consecutive days training in the gym. Don’t worry about taking it off during showers since the tape is waterproof which mean you can wear it even in the shower.

One kinesio taping method commonly used by athletes is the Y method or Y strip for tender and sore muscles. This is done by cutting the kinesio tape into a Y shape and placing it over the affected areas.

On the other hand, the X strip is best used for sore arm muscles. It’s simply crossing two strips of kinesio tape to form an X.

Where to Buy Kinesio Tape?

Kinesio tape is available almost anywhere. You could easily avail the Kinesio tape online on Vitality Medical. The great thing about buying it here is that you don’t only get the best price but you also get to see reviews and product descriptions from other clients who have tried it.

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