Effect of kinesio taping on performance in counter-movement jump

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KÜMMEL, Jakob, Danica MAUZ, Florian BLAB, Manfred VIETEN, 2011. Effect of kinesio taping on performance in counter-movement jump. ISBS. Porto, Portugal, 27. Jun 2011 - 1. Jul 2011. In: VILAS-BOAS, J. Paulo, ed. and others. ISBS 2011 : 29 th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports ; Porto, Portugal, June 27 - July 01, 2011. ISBS. Porto, Portugal, 27. Jun 2011 - 1. Jul 2011. Konstanz:University of Konstanz; ISBS Conference Proceedings Archive, pp. 605-607

@inproceedings{Kummel2011Effec-16785, title={Effect of kinesio taping on performance in counter-movement jump}, year={2011}, address={Konstanz}, publisher={University of Konstanz; ISBS Conference Proceedings Archive}, booktitle={ISBS 2011 : 29 th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports ; Porto, Portugal, June 27 - July 01, 2011}, pages={605--607}, editor={Vilas-Boas, J. Paulo}, author={Kümmel, Jakob and Mauz, Danica and Blab, Florian and Vieten, Manfred}, note={Also publ. in: Portuguese Journal of Sport Sciences ; 11 (2011), Suppl. 2} }

Effect of kinesio taping on performance in counter-movement jump Blab, Florian Kümmel, Jakob 2011 Vieten, Manfred Blab, Florian Kümmel, Jakob Mauz, Danica eng deposit-license 2012-04-12T09:58:43Z Vieten, Manfred The purpose of this study was to identify the influence of taping with a flexible tape on jumping performance and its effects on the impulse in a stretch-shortening cycle movement. 23 subjects were divided in control group and intervention group. The subjects participated in two trials of vertical counter-movement jumps. In the trial, the knee extensors of the subjects in the intervention group were taped with an activating taping technique. Reaction forces of the jump were measured with an AMTI-force plate. Results showed no significant differences (ANOVA, p<0.05) between the two groups in both trials. Mean jumping height in Trial 1 was 0.38 ± 0.11 m (control) and 0.33 ± 0.05 m (intervention) compared to 0.35 ± 0.10 m (control) and 0.33 ± 0.05 m (intervention) in Trial 2. No improvements in jumping performance could be detected. 2012-04-12T09:58:43Z First publ. in: ISBS 2011 : 29th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports ; Porto, Portugal, June 27 - July 01, 2011 / J. Paulo Vilas-Boas ... (Eds.). - Konstanz : University of Konstanz, ISBS - Conference Proceedings Archive, 2011. - pp. 605-607 Mauz, Danica

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