Why Are The Female Olympic Beach Volleyball Players Wearing That Colorful Kinesiology Tape?
If you aren’t interested in understanding the ripple of how far this story on kinesiology tape rolls out, I’ll save you some time: with or without the colorful tape that frames Kerri Walsh Jennings’ shoulder, along with April Rose, Jennings has the potential to take home a medal in beach volleyball at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Stretching Is Not Improving Your Ability To Perform
Not too long ago, I called upon a student that had raised her hand in class. The question that followed went something like this, “When I work on my client in the massage therapy clinic, her muscle feels tight. If you’re saying that it’s not tight, how would you explain what I think I’m feeling?”
Plantar Fasciitis: Much More Than What Fits Your Feet
In order for a ball to come into the strike zone at upwards of 90 mph, there has to be much more to a pitcher’s delivery than just a strong arm. Or even a longer arm that has the potential for more leverage (i.e., whip).
If I had to guess, I would say the lady that was crying right in front of me was no more than 34 years old. Up until now, she had been in this Luke’s Locker to be fitted for the same neutral running shoe year after year.