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4 x Ultimate Bodywrx Kinesiology Uncut Rehabilitation Physio Tape £6.00 delivered @ Yankee Bundles
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4 x Ultimate Bodywrx Kinesiology Uncut Rehabilitation Physio Tape £6.00 delivered @ Yankee Bundles

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Posted 30th Apr
A good price for some decent Kinesiology tape - in this offer you get 4 for £6.00 Including Free UK Delivery

  • Please Note – Colours will be allocated randomly


  • 4 x Ultimate Bodywrx Kinesiology Uncut Rehabilitation Physio Tape
  • 4 x Rolls Of Uncut K Tape By Ultimate BodyWrx
  • Rehabilitation Taping For Muscle And Sports Injuries.
  • Can Be Used For The Following Correction, Protection, Improvements, Suppressing, Reducing Inflammation, Stimulation.
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Easy To Cut
  • Latex Free
  • Permeable To Air And Moisture.
  • 97% cotton 3% Spandex
  • Similar Weight And Thickness To Human Skin.
  • Stretch Capability Of Up To 170%
  • 4 x Rolls / Each Roll Is Approx 5cm x 5M
  • Please Note – Colours will be allocated randomly, we can not accept request for a specific colour. You may receive duplicate colours.


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kudos1uk30/04/2020 14:29

LOL...I miss the "pros" down the gym with these go faster stripes stuck …LOL...I miss the "pros" down the gym with these go faster stripes stuck all over themselves All qualified physios too


As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.
unproven nonsense; don't waste your cash.
Alex121212330/04/2020 17:00

As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific sce …As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.


nonsense. no decent papers with groups of any size show anything of use.

this is approaching chiropractor levels of nonsense: how does a layer on top of the dermis affect the underlying tissues? It's effect limiting shear are up for grabs.
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unproven nonsense; don't waste your cash.
LOL...
I miss the "pros" down the gym with these go faster stripes stuck all over themselves
All qualified physios too
kudos1uk30/04/2020 14:29

LOL...I miss the "pros" down the gym with these go faster stripes stuck …LOL...I miss the "pros" down the gym with these go faster stripes stuck all over themselves All qualified physios too


As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.
Alex121212330/04/2020 17:00

As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific sce …As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.


nonsense. no decent papers with groups of any size show anything of use.

this is approaching chiropractor levels of nonsense: how does a layer on top of the dermis affect the underlying tissues? It's effect limiting shear are up for grabs.
Alex121212330/04/2020 17:00

As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific sce …As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.


Not slating the "pros", just miss my daily laugh at licra lovies sticking this all over their own bodies, we even look forward to today's pattern with one individual, but I guess as a ‘qualified physio’ you approve of this random self application.
You can buy it around this price all the time on amazon (different brands). I use it for my libre sensor.
A lot of chronic pain is down to psychological conditioning you just have to find a way to break the cycle. Maybe this will work for some.
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Alex121212330/04/2020 17:00

As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific sce …As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.


Can u not expand on ur own uses then or point in direction of the pros
Alex121212330/04/2020 17:00

As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific sce …As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.


Care to share a link to one of those peer-reviewed papers? I cannot find anything.

Also, I have to say that since my physiotherapist at a large hospital in Scotland recommend (5-6 years ago so maybe something has changed) to me an acupuncture, I am very cautious about their recommendations.
My gf uses this stuff to stop her bra rubbing her skin when she goes for a run. Works great for that specific application 😁
Worked alright for my shoulder 🏼
Exactly what im looking for!! Thanks!
Got me through the Great North Run on the day in 2016 after several bouts of peroneal tendonitis and plantar fascitis. Wouldn't have a clue how to best apply it myself though.
For the biggest placebo effect pick the brightest colour. Self-adhesive snake-oil, what will they think of next?
I get a lot of shoulder pain when I go boxing, so thought I’d give this a go: it made zero difference. However, some of the other boxers down there with similar shoulder complaints/pains speak very highly of it.

I personally wouldn’t buy it again, but Fir the price and quantity I’d not put other people off until they’d tried it themselves. If it doesn’t work, you’ve got some fancy, strong eBay parcel tape...
Excellent price, I paid 11.70 for 6 on ebay last time, that was the cheapest at the time so HEAT.

( I use it for a different purpose )
Worked for my ankle pain.
Alex121212330/04/2020 17:00

As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific sce …As a ‘qualified physio’ myself, K Tape has its use within specific scenarios and has been proven to be effective throughout many studies. There’s hundreds of research papers out there recommending it’s use for particular conditions. Maybe have a read before slating the “pros”.


Can't blame the naysayers to be honest.

You definitely need someone who knows what they are doing with K tape and proper application is paramount.

Yet people watch YT tutorial and self-apply it expecting their pulled hamstring to heal itself with quick taping session.

Have an interview to start Bsc Physio next week myself!
My physio recommended this tape but said most of the purported benefits are nonsense. He prescribed it because he said it helps with the sense of awarenesses around the part of the body to which it is applied. Apparently this can help prevent over-extension other injuries. I was never totally convinced myself....
Edited by: "Liam_OBrienJEP" 1st May
KT is good for preventing 'runner's nipple' and a lot cheaper than the products they sell for it.
padamowicz9301/05/2020 16:52

Can't blame the naysayers to be honest.You definitely need someone who …Can't blame the naysayers to be honest.You definitely need someone who knows what they are doing with K tape and proper application is paramount.Yet people watch YT tutorial and self-apply it expecting their pulled hamstring to heal itself with quick taping session. Have an interview to start Bsc Physio next week myself!


Science suggests that nobody knows what their doing with it because it not only doesn't help, the reasons given for why it should help are nonsensical.

Placebos like these always work well on things that would get better by themselves anyway or are never pinned down in the first place.
Great price, thanks. Got 2m for about £1.39 I think in home bargains, so this is great. I hurt my wrist the other week this stuff made a big difference, clearly not for everyone but it's worth trying it as it worked well for me, better than anything else I tried. Just followed a YouTube video on how to apply it and was surprised how easy it was and how well it worked. It's one of those things that looks like it shouldn't work, but for me it just did, I don't care how or why I'm just happy it helped. It's definitely worth a try.
Edited by: "frizzyhead" 1st May
Thanks OP, great price for this. I've used for a variety of things since playing rugby, between helping to clear bruising and also aiding recovery from some minor injuries... Works for me for sure
I can see how it would help with it being stretched and pulled back to its normal length creating a force and tightening of the skin, I’ve considered trying it myself since I have joint hypermobility and have dislocated my right knee cap 3 times due to loose ligaments and shallow knee cap groove even if it physically didn’t help I think it would help psychologically and the tightenness making your knee for example feel more stable like my hospital knee brace which is bulky and uncomfortable and sweaty at times and without it on slippy surfaces I feel super paranoid My foot is going to move slightly the wrong way and pull my knee cap out of place again
Anyone comment how many days this sticks for, ok for showers etc?

P.S. Yankee Bundles is in breach of the Yankee brand and I believe it's run by someone very closely connected with HUKD....
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 1st May
This has worked for me on my knee - it got me through a couple of marathons. It also has worked amazingly on my back when nothing else did - ice, heat, anti inflammatories. It might not be for everyone, but it works for me.
Gordon_Bennett30/04/2020 14:15

This is snake oil nonsense …This is snake oil nonsense https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elastic_therapeutic_tape


Wikipedia says it is effective for pain relief, which is handy as an alternative to medicines.
I just ordered because of the pretty colours.
Reiko901/05/2020 23:46

Wikipedia says it is effective for pain relief, which is handy as an …Wikipedia says it is effective for pain relief, which is handy as an alternative to medicines.


Eh? The wikipedia article overwhelmingly cites studies that show it's complete bunkum. Top cherry picking!
Edited by: "johnnystorm" 2nd May
I tend to agree with the naysayers that the physiological medicinal benefits of this stuff are nonsense. However, it attaches to the skin like nothing else I've found, so it's really useful for taping over blister hotspots. As a friction barrier, it's great
If I use this on my knees I can do an hour or two's cycling and a few hours rollerblading and not have knee pain.
But, "PLAECBO!" I hear you shout; I've also bought some knee braces and tried a couple of other things (yes, including suggestions from a physio), none of which has had the same results.

Yes, I do need to work out a treatment plan to fix the problem, but in the short term yes it can work in some situations.
I offer K taping for lymphatic reasons as well as muscular reasons.
I believe it to work but only if applied correctly with a professional. Self application won't help. Muscle has to be in correct position etc.

And even if it was placebo effect if self applicating, does it matter?
master1030/04/2020 19:19

You can buy it around this price all the time on amazon (different …You can buy it around this price all the time on amazon (different brands). I use it for my libre sensor.


That's what I used to use to use it for, but the more recent sensors stick to my arms without the need for additional tapes. I don't get the "libre rash" anymore either.
renrahs01/05/2020 16:33

Worked for my ankle pain.


Me too! Not sure why it’s getting so much grief 😳
ncd02/05/2020 11:09

That's what I used to use to use it for, but the more recent sensors stick …That's what I used to use to use it for, but the more recent sensors stick to my arms without the need for additional tapes. I don't get the "libre rash" anymore either.


I also use the miaomiao though, so it's more to keep that attached than the libre. Bit it does the job. Libre was a game changer for me, hope its helped you improve your control.
master1002/05/2020 11:15

I also use the miaomiao though, so it's more to keep that attached than …I also use the miaomiao though, so it's more to keep that attached than the libre. Bit it does the job. Libre was a game changer for me, hope its helped you improve your control.


Yes I've seen the miaomiao thing in the past but never really followed it up, might have a look into again when I get a chance. Yes, definitely a game changer for me, especially for at night. Levels are still a bit random at times but better than I was. Hope all is well with you to .
ncd02/05/2020 11:22

Yes I've seen the miaomiao thing in the past but never really followed it …Yes I've seen the miaomiao thing in the past but never really followed it up, might have a look into again when I get a chance. Yes, definitely a game changer for me, especially for at night. Levels are still a bit random at times but better than I was. Hope all is well with you to .


Miaomiao is definitely worth it v1 is only $99. Turns the libre into a CGM with alarms, so if it goes too high/low my phone alarms during the night and I can correct. I also use it onto my wear OS watch. I use xdrip+ app on android as it also allows you to calibrate the readings against a meter (you cant use miaomiao with official libre app).

All is well thanks. I also changed insulin which proved to be great, all off the back of seeing libre trends.
vickiecamerondavies02/05/2020 11:00

I offer K taping for lymphatic reasons as well as muscular reasons.I …I offer K taping for lymphatic reasons as well as muscular reasons.I believe it to work but only if applied correctly with a professional. Self application won't help. Muscle has to be in correct position etc.And even if it was placebo effect if self applicating, does it matter?


Despite the absolute tsunami of evidence it's total cobblers?

My issue with promoting placebos is when people take it to the logical conclusion and start using placebos on 'serious' conditions. It's fine to whack on some tape and think you've made your aching knee better. It's not good when someone (like Steve Jobs) starts using 'alternative' solutions to cancer treatments.
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