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There’s no Serena Williams, the tennis star without two important things: a heaping dose of talent and plenty of kinesiology tape to get through her tough matches.Whether you’re an athlete or you overstretch your muscles by doing everyday things like dancing, running or just plain being, muscles start to hurt, and to help heal them quickly, try Theraband Kinesiology Tape.

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The Buzz

After a night of little too much dancing and feeling the painful effects of said decision days afterward, reach for , the next few days you may suffer the effects of said decision, reach for Performance Heath’s Kinesiology Tape! According to kinesiotaping.com, these stretchy, latex-free strips help “facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered within the clinical setting.”Wear these tapes for multiple days at a time that treat a variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and other medical conditions.

Give yourself a little boost for the night by protecting your muscles and strategically tapping pained sections:

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Black – Putting your back into it – a little too much? Use the tape to stretch out overworked muscles to aid in keeping your back pain minimal for the night.

Pink – Shoulder problems? Strategically place the tape along the inside and outside for the best results.

Red and Blue – Turned your knee out doing your best running man impression? Tape it up and get back out on the dance floor!

Why You’ll Love It

I only got wind of this taping phenomena a little over two years ago as a result of a physical therapist taping my right knee after a session. The pain that I walked in with was gone the moment I stepped off the treatment bed.

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