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Dynamic Tape is an innovative 4-way stretching tape with strong elastic recoil, designed to absorb force to reduce the workload on the body.
The Faded Tattoo has a slightly lower resistance and is more suited for sensitive skin.
Dynamic Tape is a high stretch tape with good resistance and strong recoil. It stretches much further and does not have a rigid endpoint like kinesiology tapes.
This design and the unique, visco-elastic properties allow it to work like a bungee cord by acting on the levers of the body aiming to provide a deceleration force, absorb load and reduce the work on injured, overloaded or fatigued tissues.
Research shows exercise plays a vital role in protection and recovery from injury. Dynamic Tape helps you manage load, movement and function so you get the right exercise at the right time. Dynamic taping methodology aims to directly manage load, modify movement patterns and assist function.
5cm rolls available in singles or dispensing tin packs of 6
7.5cm rolls available in singles or dispensing tin packs of 4
Also available in Black Tattoo design which offers a slightly higher resistance and recoil. View here
Dynamic Tape Dispenser Tube – The new tube dispensers are designed to be better for the environment - 100% recyclable and with less waste.
The only downside is the dispenser tubes arrived with minor damage from our supplier. We will do our best to prevent any further damage in transit for your order however, some slight dents are unavoidable. At Physique we strive to deliver 100% customer satisfaction, so we've priced the dispenser tube packs at a saving compared to single rolls.
Dynamic Tape whiteboard video showing how biomechanical taping is a whole new way of thinking.
Kay Paterson Oakes
06 January 2019
Nice design, long lasting adhesive qualities
Mrs Patricia Bramah
02 April 2014