Coming Soon: KT Tape V.2 Instructions

KT Tape’s video and printed instructions are getting a serious upgrade soon. After months of work we are headed back to the studio to film 50 new instructional videos. It will take a 20 person crew 4- 10 hour days to complete the project but we think it’s worth it and we hope you like them. The new videos will be a mix of new applications as well as upgrades to current ones. You can receive a notification when the video's are available by signing up HERE. New apps: Here is a list of the new apps that we are filming this weekend:
  • Back of Knee
  • Thumb pain
  • Shoulder stability
  • Bunion
  • Tricep Strain
  • Bicep Strain
  • Disc/Spine
  • Osgood Schlatter’s
  • Hip Flexor
  • Turf Toe
  • Abdominal Pain
Upgrades to current apps: If you’ve been getting good results with our current applications then you will love the new upgraded versions. Here's a list of the current apps that are getting upgraded. For most people, the first thing they’ll notice is that the new videos only show us using I-Strips.That was intentional. Why we like I-Strips:
  • They last longer. I strips have fewer edges that can get snagged and cause the tape to peel up prematurely. Fewer edges mean’s better stick.
  • They are easier to apply. Experienced KT Tapers know that I-Strips are easier to apply. One solid piece of tape is much easier to handle that splitting it in two and having legs dangling. Enough said.
  • Better Support. Actually I-Strips provide better Proprioception, which increases the body’s awareness of the area with tape. I-Strips concentrate support over the injury which produces a greater therapeutic effect.
Just one more change worth mentioning. Since you don’t always have a friend around to tape you up when you need it, we decided to have the models apply tape to themselves in about ½ of the new videos. We think this will make it much easier for people that are self taping. We’ll post more updates in the near future. If you’d like to request an applications' leave a comment below and we’ll add it to the list.