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  1. Get the Support You Require by Taping Your Knee

    Do you dislike having your entire knee taped to protect it against injury when running? Does wearing a brace make it difficult to move while you are recovering from a knee injury or surgery? In these situations, and others, where you want more freedom of movement and still to protect your knee, there is a different way to get the...
  2. Do Sport Tapes Really Make a Difference?

    One common question many people have about sport tapes is whether they really make a difference compared to not using any athletic tape. It depends upon the type of body tape used, because there are several different products on the market. You should be able to distinguish between each product to ensure you obtain the most appropriate tape for your...
  3. Use Body Tape as Part of Your Health and Fitness Plan

    Getting into shape requires careful planning and preparation. Some people make the mistake of jumping in full steam, only to be burned out after a few weeks. This is why so many people fail to keep their New Year’s resolution to improve the health and fitness every year. A much better approach is to start small, and gradually work towards...
  4. Recover Faster with Sports Tape for Injuries

    Being active and participating in sports sometimes results in unexpected injuries, like a torn hamstring, back injury, or knee injury. After you are injured, you may have to sit on the sidelines until your body fully heals and recovers. In extreme cases, some injuries never fully heal, and there is always an underlying risk of re-injury if you are not...
  5. Old Knee Injury Flaring Up? Try Kinesiotape on Your Knee

    As you get older, you might notice an old knee injury is starting to bother you. There could be slight pain, soreness, and other indications the injury is flaring up. You may be at the age where arthritis is contributing to your discomfort. But, you do not have to suffer, because there are safe, drug-free treatment options available, like wrapping...
  6. Stop Waking Up with Shoulder Pain by Using Shoulder Tape

    Do you wake up with sore and stiff shoulders in the morning? Part of the problem may be contributed to how you sleep, or might require replacing your pillow and/or mattress with one that provides better support. On the other hand, if you toss and turn in your sleep, the problem could be as simple as an over extension of...
  7. Health and Fitness and Kinesiology Are Essential for Healthy Diet Plans

    Part of any healthy diet plan is exercising on a regular basis. Exercise helps burn calories, increase the body’s metabolism, and strengthen and build healthy muscle tissue. Protecting your muscle groups against accidental injury is important. If you tear, sprain, or strain a muscle, you are then unable to exercise that area of the body. Many people lose their motivation...
  8. Helpful Tips for Debunking Fad Diets

    Many people try a wide range and variety of quick weight loss programs and diets. However, these are not healthy diets and, in numerous cases, the weight always returns. Losing more than a pound or two a week is not healthy for the body. The body needs time to adjust to new habits, and fad diets place your body and...
  9. Use the Same Athletes Tape as Professionals

    Professional athletes do not have time to allow minor aches and pains to stop them from playing sports. However, their discomfort often becomes a distraction and makes it difficult to focus their efforts on delivering their best performances. One way professional athletes overcome this obstacle is by using athletes tape. This type of kinesiology tape can be applied to just...
  10. Treat Muscle Injuries with Kinesiology Muscle Tape

    Working through a muscle injury is an uncomfortable experience, regardless of the damage to the muscle. Muscles can be sprained, strained, and torn from overly exerting repeated movements or in cases where the muscles have not been properly conditioned prior to excessive activity. Recovering from an injury takes time, because the muscle has to fully heal and then be rehabilitated...

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