KT Tape Kinesiology Therapeutic Tape is a revolutionary athletic tape that burst onto the scene during the 2008 Summer Olympics in China when gold medallist Kerri Walsh debuted KT tape during the Beach Volleyball competition. Viewers were left wondering, “What is that tape that Kerri Walsh has on her shoulder?” Some thought perhaps it was some kind of tattoo. Inevitably, viewers wondered where they could get their own special Kerri Walsh Olympic Tape.
Although many athletes wore KT Tape during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Walsh’s tape was the most visible. Other athletes using KT Tape include Lance Armstrong, Serena Williams, David Beckam, Robby Ginepri and Justine Henin. After having rotator cuff surgery, Walsh turned to this Kinesiology Therapeutic Tape to help improve circulation and promote healing. Kinesiology Tape is athletes and Olympian’s best kept secret for treating common sports injuries.
Finally, this “Olympic Tape” is now available for individual purchase and use for the first time ever. KT Tape brings Kinesiology Tape to the masses by creating pre-cut tape suitable for athletes to apply themselves, and has been used by athletes at every level from every major sport for common injuries such as runners knee, tennis elbow, shin splints, back pain and rotator cuff. Its patented water resistant acrylic-adhesive design and 140% elasticity help athletes and people of all ages to maintain maximum mobility and strength, while keeping its desired shape. This tape is critical for volleyball players who suffer from rotator cuff problems. KT Tape can be worn for up to 4 days, giving athletes an economical solution.
KT Tape provides medical professionals, trainers, and therapists with the exceptional quality and therapeutic material required to treat and help allow athletes to remain pain free. Its durable design allows this tape to remain firm and strong upon the applicated region for 4 consecutive days. KT Tape features convenient pre-cut strips to provide quick and easy application. Kit contains one roll of KT Tape.
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