- Stays Longer
- Premium sweat proof fabric
- With Special Glue made in Germany
TrionTotte® Kinesiology Tape Viscose is a thin, stretchy, elastic viscose strip with an acrylic adhesive. Therapeutic kinesiology tape that can benefit a wide variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, plus inflammatory conditions.
Kinesiology tape is almost identical to human skin in both thickness and elasticity, which allows kinesiology tape to be worn without binding, constricting or restricting your movement.
- PRO -SERIES KINESIOLOGY TAPE- Used by Elite Sports Professionals and Trusted by Physiotherapists.
- INJURY PREVENTION AND RECOVERY- Kinesiology Tape helps Injury prevention in high competition endurance sports. Properly applied, our K tape roll works well to relieve the pain and helps to decrease soreness and swelling. This great, drug-free pain relief lets you maintain an active lifestyle.
- EXCELLENT SUPPORT SYSTEM - TrionTotte® Kinesiology tape provides discreet but reliable support for your muscles during endurance events or training. Our Kinesiology tape is great for working out while recovering, without limiting the range of motion. Recommended to prevent the injury and to help in recovery.
- STAYS ON LONGER - TrionTotte® Kinesiology Tape comes with the special glue made in Germany that holds well for days even while wearing under clothing or during intense movements. Our tape doesn’t require daily re-application or any pre tape spray, so it will save you money. The breathable, thin, and lightweight material is very easy to use and doesn’t cause skin irritation while wearing or removing it.
- WATERPROOF TAPE - TrionTotte Kinesiology Tape is designed to withstand heavy sweating and multiple showers. The material is a premium non-cotton fabric, since the sweat or water isn’t absorbed by the tape and is evaporated within no time, thereby leaving the tape dry and firmly attached to the body.
HOW TO USE
There are a number of different ways to apply kinesiology tape and these typically depend on the size of the affected muscle and the results that you are trying to achieve. You should visit a medical professional, such as a physiotherapist or physical therapist, to learn the proper tension and alignment that should be used for taping your particular muscle.
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