SpiderTech Lower Back Spider
If you’ve been having lower back strain
, then SpiderTech tape is the solution for you. SpiderTech makes kinesiology tape in many pre-cut, area specific strips. Each area-specific tape strip is made of a single piece of kinesiology tape that is pre-cut for easy application. The shape of each tape is different and the lower back tape is comprised of four strips (all connected) that go up the muscles of your back. You don’t have to worry about cutting the tape or how much to use or where to put it. SpiderTech has taken all the mathematics out of it and all you need to do is open it up and put it on. It is specially designed to integrate with your body, not prevent your from movement or the natural rhythm of your body. It’s intended use is for pain relief with physical activity, but you could wear the tape all the time. The tape is intended to help with many injuries and in the Lower Back Spider’s case; it is great in relieving lower back strain.
The tape is to go on your skin, under any clothing you may be wearing. For the best results, put it on before physical activity begins. The tape, which is made in Japan from Nitto Denko Kinesiology tape, is made to copy the same thickness, weight and elasticity of our actual skin. It will help with the lower back strain by acting as though it’s an extension of your lower back. This is part of how the tape moves with your skin while still providing great support.
The Lower Back Spider provides therapeutic support for the muscles that support your lower back. This helps aid lower back strain, general joint strain and improves athletic performance. The Lower Back Spider (which ironically does look like half a spider) decreases pain and helps with lower back strain and also works with your body to prevent further back strain and injury.
Lower back strain can sometimes limit your movement, which is especially frustrating for those of us who are fairly active. The Lower Back Spider helps fix the lower back pain and provides a fuller range of motion and increases circulation to promote mobility. The tape has been tested several times over the past three decades and results in less pain, decreased lower back strain and faster recovery times.
Applying the Lower Back Tape to your back is easiest if someone else is there to help you. Frist, take the backing off the lower section and adhere it to the base of your spine. Make sure to rub the tape to adhere it. You want the center portion to be aligned with the middle of your spine. You will want to lean to apply the ‘legs’ of the spider. You will want to align the two inside legs just outside the spine, again gently rubbing to adhere the tape. There should be no stretch in the tape. You will want to angle the outer legs away from the spine, again rubbing to adhere. When properly applied, the SpiderTech Lower Back Spider helps alleviate lower back strain.
Tape is great for lower back strain
and all sort of cycling related issues.