Dynamic tape. Is it all about controlling load?
Please click the link below to read a recently published article from The Performance Matrix's Warrick McNeill & Clare Pedersen
Below are a couple of photos from the article
Kinesio tape (left) and dynamic tape 7.5 cm and 5 cm rolls (right).
Figure demonstrates the Direct Technique – Quadriceps, applied in long sitting or in supine lying with full knee extension.
A and 2B PowerBand (Lamination 2–3 layers of tape).
A. Achilles/calf direct technique 5 cm tape. B. Achilles/calf direct technique 7.5 cm tape.
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