February 04, 2020
While many athletes have gauze, ointment, medical tape, and other traditional medical supplies handy when playing sports, there are other valuable items that are often missing from athletic training kits. Here is a look at six items you likely want in your athletic training kit, most of which will only take up a small space in your bag.
While super glue is great for emergency equipment repairs, such as fixing falling apart cleats or the quick repair of a bicycle tire, super glue can also benefit you medically. A Very Well article from earlier this year discussed how super glue can actually be used on minor cuts. It dries fast and will stay in place well, which
April 08, 2019
Every sport and active lifestyle takes a toll on people's knees. If your joints are sore after your morning run or after a long day of walking around, you're not alone. Knees can develop arthritis, have worn ligaments, or even get dislocated. Knee braces can do everything from reducing the risk of injury to support your knees and stop joint pain. They can also help you recover from surgery or serious injuries. Keep reading to learn more about different types of knee braces and how to keep your joints safe.
1. Do braces help
October 13, 2018
Kinesiology tape is popular with athletes at every level, in nearly every sport. Top athletes are looking to get the most out of their bodies — every little bit helps. And Kinesiology tape is one fast and easy way to get an edge on the competition.
While kinesiology tape might seem like glorified athletic tape, the two tapes are very different. Athletic tape is used for support and to limit motion. Kinesiology tape facilitates motion, moves when you, and helps improve circulation.
Mueller® Kinesiology Tape helps reduce pain while supporting your muscles, tendons, and ligaments. That means whether you’re training for a half-marathon, playing sports, or working hard, you’ll feel comfortable wearing Mueller® Kinesiology Tape.
10 Kinesiology Taping Techniques You Can Do Yourself
August 30, 2018
One of the most annoying sports injuries is a blister. Even compared to the common ankle sprain, blisters are the most frequently treated sports-related injury out there. So let’s talk about how to prevent them and the best ways to treat blisters.