THE BENEFITS OF ROCKTAPE

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Rocktape isspecific form of Kinesiological tape. More specifically it is a thin elastic tape that is made of cotton on on one side and stretches with an acrylic adhesive on the other.

You’ve probably been watching the Olympics and Paralympics?

You’ve probably seen some of the athletes all taped up.

For instance legs, shoulders, knees, chest etc?

That tape isn’t just for show or to look fancy. 

WHAT IS ROCKTAPE

RockTape is a natural-hybrid product and consists of 97% cotton, 3% nylon and uses no drugs. The adhesive is a hypo-allergenic acrylic based adhesive and contains no latex. Based on its materials it is safe for most people to use even since it has no latex. This tape can benefit a wide variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, improve sport performance and even help with inflammatory conditions.

What makes RockTape different?

According to RockTape,

“we introduced a bias into the weave of the fabric so it stretches in one direction and not the other. This creates a bio-mechanical lifting mechanism that lifts the skin away from the soft tissue underneath, which allows more blood to move into an injured area to accelerate healing and recovery.”

 

ROCKTAPE DOES MORE THAN JUST LOOK COOL

Taping with Rocktape or other types of Kinesiological is not just for show even though we love the fancy colors and patterns.  The tape can help with support for weak or injured areas and also help rehabilitate that specific area.

It can also help with lymphatic drainage because once it is taped on it microscopically lifts the skin for drainage. By doing so it helps with inflammation in that area.

 

Common injuries that RockTape is used for include:

The benefits of RockTape are even useful in other ways. You don’t have to be injured or an athlete to use taping. It can even help during your pregnancy.

One of the best taping methods for pregnancy is what they call the baby bump belt front sling seen in the picture below.

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“The 9 months of pregnancy come along with all sorts of difficult changes to the body. Not only are there many hormonal and emotional changes, but there are enormous physical changes. Pregnancy is tough. RockTape is tougher. RockTape has created many different taping standards and protocols with the goal of easing the pain and stress on the pregnant body.”

 -Brenda

 

 

Got foot swelling? RockTape can help.

How about a sore and fatigued back from all the extra weight? RockTape can help.

Sciatica? Plantar Fasciitis? Rib Pain? You guessed it, RockTape

 

Have fun with your fitness and health and grab some RockTape because you can definitely benefit from it in some sort of way!

 

Alicia Bell is a Toronto based, Kinesiologist, Strength Coach and Track and Field Coach who has devoted her life to helping people reach their goals in fitness and sport. She is a nationally recognized track and field coach who coached team Canada at the Maccabi games in Israel in July of 2013. She lead the team to 13 medals. Alicia has over 10 years of practical and educational experience and is a published Fitness model for Zenzation with her pictures gracing their equipment and she leads their product DVD instruction. Alicia is also currently featured in a nation wide New Balance Ad and Campaign.

 Her experienced in weight loss, strength training, toning and athletic conditioning has allowed her to worked with clients such as Dwight Howard (NBA), Rashad McCants (Former NBA), Geoff Harris (Olympic 800m runner), Lil Jon (Rapper/Dj), Karla Moy aka HustleGrl, Hill Harper (actor, author) and even the mother of the Toronto rapper Drake.

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