SpiderTech kinesiology tape has many different options and endless possibilities for applications to help with all sorts of issues.
Whether you are working with Spider Tape Rolls, Pre-Cut Applications or the universal shapes like X Spiders or I Strips, here are some tips and tricks to get the most out of your next SpiderTech purchase.
Winter can be a time in which it is hard to motivate yourself to get outside and enjoy being active.
As the weather gets colder, it can seem less appealing to go for your regular run or bike ride through the neighbourhood. However, winters are long here in Canada so it is important that we refrain from being sedentary throughout the day and find ways to embrace Mother Nature. It’s easy to complain about the weather in the winter season but the cold doesn’t have to be a bad thing. With proper preparation and the right mindset, winter is just as good a time as any to stay active.
There are more uses for Kinesiology tape during the winter season than you think.
Colder temperatures mean that your muscles are more likely to become cool faster, making them more prone to injury. Winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing and ice hockey can put your body into awkward an unpredictable positions so it is important to prepare for this to avoid potential injury.
Shovelling snow doesn’t have to be a hassle or a chore. Snow shovelling is actually a fantastic way to promote healthy movement among your joints and muscles when done correctly. It can get your heart rate up, improving your circulation- and like any other exercise involving resistance, snow shovelling will release endorphins and boost your mood. Turns out this commonly dreaded chore actually has more benefits than you thought!
Knee pain is one of the most common physical problems from which people of all ages are likely to suffer. One of the many causes of knee pain is Osteoarthritis, which is a degenerative joint disease that is often marked by the ongoing deterioration of cells and joints as well as by the loss of joint function. A person who is experiencing the ills of osteoarthritis has often had an injury there, and knee pain from osteoarthritis is often an associated outcome of a knee injury.