Why do volleyball players tape use kinesiology tape volleyball?

In our daily volleyball matches or significant events like the Olympics, many athletes will choose to put kinesiology tape volleyball on their bodies, even looking like mummies. Although this may seem strange to us, it helps. By lifting the skin, the kinesiology tape volleyball can relieve discomfort and promote lymphatic drainage. Works on muscles to reduce pain and inflammation, relax overused or tired muscles, and support muscle movement 24 hours a day. Seeing this, you may think: “Can such a simple piece of tape have such a significant effect?” Then, let’s read this article with these questions in mind.

kinesiology tape volleyball

What is kinesiology tape volleyball?

Kinesiology tape volleyball is not as complicated as we think. What kind of high technology can be so magical?

Kinesiology tape volleyball is a physical therapy tape that can be used on the skin and muscles. Kinesiology tape volleyball is made of cotton and spandex, is very close to the skin, and is soft and comfortable. Taping at the correct location by a physical therapist can effectively increase the space of subcutaneous tissue, promote blood and lymph circulation, relieve muscle tension, and relieve muscle soreness.

At the same time, volleyball muscle tape can support and stabilize muscles and joints like a bandage without hindering movement for people with unstable joints. Therefore, kinesiology tape volleyball has become a popular auxiliary tool on the competition field, helping players face harsh competition at their best.

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volleyball muscle tape

We recommend using kinesiology tape volleyball

Volleyball is becoming increasingly popular and competitive. In addition to athletes who work hard on the field, more young players are often eager to continue playing in college to add a stepping stone to their future volleyball path. With that comes the possibility of injuries and fractures, and continued competition can lead to overuse injuries to body parts. The most common injuries for volleyball players are to the ankle, hand, wrist, elbow, knee, or shoulder.

Proper volleyball training, including programs targeting strength, conditioning, and flexibility, will help young volleyball players stay on the court. Of course, we still hope that players will use kinesiology tape volleyball on essential parts of the body with the help of professional physical therapists to help prevent and relieve injuries.

Personal

Kinesiology tape volleyball is the same as our daily supplies. You only need to save a small amount of money to buy a roll to help you improve your game.

Manager

Suppose you are the manager of a volleyball club. We recommend purchasing a batch of volleyball muscle tapes for the safety of your players, as buying in bulk can result in significant cost savings.

If you are interested in purchasing, you can contact us (WEMADE), and our professionals will provide you with the latest product information and quotations.

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What are the common injuries in volleyball, and how do you use kinesiology tape volleyball as a protective measure?

Sports injuries in volleyball can be roughly divided into acute and chronic ones. The following is a classification description of common sports injuries in volleyball.

Acute sports injuries:

Acute sports injuries are mostly tissue damage caused by intrinsic or external forces. Generally, it can be remembered that it was caused by a specific action at a particular time or during a game. Volleyball is a high-frequency jumping sport. In addition to the shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, and thighs, the most common sports injuries are the ankle joints, knee joints, and waist. These three essential joints of the lower limbs have the highest injury rate.

Ankle sprain

Ankle sprains are commonly divided into two types: varus and valgus sprains. Widely injured ligaments include the deltoid ligament on the medial side of the ankle and the anterior talopulmonary ligament, calcaneopulmonary ligament, and posterior talopulmonary ligament on the lateral side. The injured person’s ankle will have obvious pain, swelling, and tenderness. Kinesiology tape for ankle taping method to prevent the risk of ankle sprains.

ankle-sprains
ankle tape for Ankle sprain

Knee ligament sprain

The knee’s ligaments can be divided into the medial collateral ligament, the lateral collateral ligament, and the anterior (posterior) cruciate ligament within the joint. Knee ligament sprains are usually caused by local tearing or even rupture caused by varus stress or torsion of the knee. Ligament sprains will cause apparent tenderness and knee swelling, while ligament rupture will cause insufficient joint stability. Kinesiology tape for knee taping method to stabilize the knee and relieve swelling and pain.

knee sprain
knee tapes for Knee ligament sprain

Knee meniscus injury

The meniscus is the fibrocartilage located between the femur and tibia. It is divided into the inner meniscus and the outer meniscus. Its primary function is to buffer the force perpendicular to the ground that the knee bears when jumping and landing. Volleyball often involves repetitive jumping movements, so meniscal injuries are prevalent. Kinesiology tape for meniscus taping method to relieve pain.

Knee meniscus injury
kinesiology tape for Knee meniscus injury

Waist muscle strain

Volleyball’s bow attack action must rely on the rapid contraction of back muscles. If there is insufficient warm-up exercise, it is straightforward to cause muscle strain. Using kinesiology tape volleyball to relieve pain from overused muscles.

Waist muscle strain

Chronic sports injuries:

Chronic sports injuries may result from long-term accumulation of minor injuries, tissue fatigue caused by overtraining, or even immature techniques and insufficient warm-up exercises.

Waist injury

Lower back injuries are common among volleyball players. In addition to back muscle fatigue caused by high-repetition bowing movements, the causes include insufficient back muscle strength (resulting in strenuous bowing movements), poor back flexibility, insufficient warm-up, and poor take-off and landing postures. Correct training and insufficient protective measures such as ice application, stretching, and muscle relaxation after competition are the leading causes of long-term accumulation of lower back discomfort.

Waist injury

Shoulder injuries

Many athletes who suffer from shoulder and neck postural syndrome are more likely to suffer chronic injuries to their shoulder tendons due to the accumulation of repeated attacking movements. Use kinesiology tape to help stabilize weak or tired muscles. For volleyball players, full range of motion in the shoulders is crucial for serving. Compared with other joints, the shoulder is the weak link in most cases, so it needs to be protected even more. Kinesiology tape for shoulder taping method.

Shoulder injuries
Kinesiology tape for shoulder

Jumper’s knee

Jumpers’ knees are mainly caused by the inflammation of the subpatellar tendon in the front of the knee joint, caused by repeated jumping and sprinting movements. It usually causes pain, tenderness, and pain when jumping up. We recommend using runner knee tape to help the knee exert better force and reduce injuries.

Jumper's knee
runner knee tape

The above study shows us the many benefits of using kinesiology tape volleyball for volleyball. We hope the above explanation will be helpful to volleyball lovers and professional volleyball players.

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