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...Kineisotape remains highly a debated treatment. During the summer Olympics, taping had renewed scrutiny due to its popularity in the Olympics. In truth, the evidence has been mixed,...

...cheater muscles. After the releases I prefer to use a certain shoulder taping which is rather simple, to help maintain the new length accomplished. This technique which can inhibit the...

...on taping for the shoulder, but don’t forget the possibilities in the lower extremities, particularly for dryland and breaststroke. Song (2014) recently found that kinesiotaping caused significant shifts in patellar...

...Many age group, national and collegiate coaches ask me about shoulder injuries. The most common question, isn't about muscle strength, length or timing, but taping and how tape...

...evidence is incomplete, but not definitive in either direction. Most notably, Kinesiotaping has not been tested thoroughly in combination with other procedures. It’s possible that taping may have different effects...

...tempo (RSS) (1) swimming training (RSS) (9) swimming troubleshooting (RSS) (2) swimming warm-up (RSS) (1) talent identification (RSS) (3) taper (RSS) (12) taping (RSS) (2) technique (RSS) (45) technology (RSS)...

...females. “Dryland” is a broad label, and can mean everything from easy stretching to intense lifting. Nevertheless, given the frequent bone density problems of female aquatic athletes , it could...

...the most marketing and labels screaming their health benefits are likely the degrading your health! I mean, when the last time you saw a healthy label on a vegetable was!...

...factors. We further recommend investigation of mechanical impingement and movement patterns as potential mechanisms for the development of shoulder pain, but clearly distinguished from a clinical diagnostic label of "impingement...

...magic lies in the application of the tool and the art of coaching. Whether you formally label your “test sets” or whether your only formal “testing” occurs in meets, everyone...

   
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