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Kinesiology Tape for Badminton Players

WEIDAN’s Kinesiology Tape will work to support the muscles, improve blood circulation, facilitate the body’s natural healing process, and correct joint issues. WEIDAN’s flexible and breathable Kinesiology Tape is designed to help badminton athletes avoid over-medicating with pills and ointments.

The elasticity of the tape and the adhesive used are the important factors that decide the performance of the tape.

The Kinesiology Taping lifts a layer of skin and tissue that covers a particular muscle to allow increased fluid circulation around the problem spot. The tape can stretch up to a minimum of 140% of its length, but not the width. After the application, the Kinesiology Tape lifts the skin to open up space for the muscle to move and for fluids to flow. The elasticity of the tape and the adhesive used are the important factors that decide the performance of the tape.



The tape’s elasticity is the property that takes pressure off specific muscles. Hot melt adhesive is a thermoplastic adhesive, also known as hot glue. Hot melt tapes exhibit a significantly higher adhesion than acrylic tape. They possess superior holding and tensile strength, with quick tack.

 

5 m x 5 cm sized tapes may be needed to cut or place strips into an "I," "X," or "Y" shapes and sizes according to the pain or injury located. A clean surface works best and lasts the longest. After immediate application, rubbing on the tape for a few seconds will activate the adhesive for a strong bond that should provide benefits for durability – during on-court / off-court training / Matchplay/tournament. Badminton players notice an improvement in the tape-applied area within a day.

 



WEIDEN’s Kinesiology Tape is affordable and available in an assortment of colors to match the badminton athletes' needs and interests. It comes in 5 m rolls that are 5 cm wide and is designed to provide optimal badminton mobility.

 

History: The Kinesiology taping techniques originate from the practice of kinesiology, which is a holistic treatment that taps into the body's internal healing systems through the neurological and circulatory systems. While Kinesiology tape traces its roots back to an Asian inventor from the late 1970s and early 1980s, it wasn’t until the 2008 Beijing Olympics that the product gained mainstream attention. At first glance, people who tuned in to watch beach volleyball played in China thought Kerri Walsh (Jennings) had some odd tattoo as she battled toward Olympic gold in 2008. That’s when people started to mispronounce Kinesiology Tape and soon shortened the term to Kinesiology Tape. Walsh, perhaps the world’s most famous women’s beach volleyball player, was also battling some nagging injuries. She credited K tape for helping her endure continuous competition against some of the world’s best athletes. Kinesiology Tape has popped up on tennis courts, running tracks, and badminton competitions across the globe. Kinesiology Tape works in the opposite way that athletic tape of the past was designed. Decades ago, doctors and trainers used tape to restrict movement in the hopes it would prevent doing more damage.



The strong and durable adhesive of WEIDAN Kinseology tape for a strong bond that provides benefits for badminton mobility during on-court/off-court training/Matchplay/tournament. Badminton players notice an improvement in the tape-applied area within a day.



Professionals and amateurs suffering from overly sore muscles should learn how to apply Kinesiology Tape correctly. Improper application of Kinesiology Tape could do more harm than your intended aid.

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