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How to Prevent Blisters...

Updated: Oct 27, 2023

In this video we demonstrate a taping technique to prevent blisters. This is great for most running sports that you are trying to prevent blisters such as:

  • Runners

  • Ultra Runners

  • Soccer

  • Australian Rules Football

  • Cricket

  • Lacrosse

  • Basketball

  • Netball

  • Ultra Frisbee

  • Rugby

  • Touch Rugby

By placing a layer of rigid tape over the most frequent friction areas we allow the tape to take the brunt of the friction preventing the skin from being damaged. Ensure you remove the tape carefully after your game or event as the skin will be moist and can be fragile as a result. Alternatively you could apply hyperfix below this to assist protecting the skin.

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