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RockTape used to assist Diabetes Patients

At RockTape we encourage lateral thinking.  And this kind of thinking led a Perth lady, Megan Wassink, to develop a cool new business helping kids keep their diabetic monitors in place.  Megan discovered that RockTape has the best adhesive of the kinesiology tapes and...

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RockTape – how does it work? Part 1

We get asked this question regularly, often accompanied by a look of astonishment by someone who has just re-tested a movement following the application of RockTape!  No, it’s not “magic tape” as some people would have you believe.  It can certainly help to reduce...

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Custom RockTape

Clinics  and clubs use a lot of tape on their customers and players.  We have had a number of businesses and clubs create walking billboards for their brand by placing their logo on the RockTape they use.  The cost of your custom RockTape would not be any more...

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Rock Star – Josh Stapley

This month, we’d like to introduce you to up-and-coming superstar Josh Stapley. At just 20 years old he is already a veteran in the sport of triathlon with 10 years and a World Championships under his tri-suit. The Bathurst local is also studying a degree in exercise...

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Eleven habits to becoming team captain

Team captain. It’s often the highest position an athlete can aspire to. But how do you get there? We all look up to good leaders and happily follow them, but exactly what is it that they did to reach their position and become so respected? How do you gain the respect...

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RockTape for your knee pain

RockTape has become the “go-to” option for taping for knee pain, whether it be in children or adolescents, weekend warriors, tradies or even the older population with arthritis pain.  Due to the flexible nature of RockTape, it allows full range of movement for...

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Rock Star – James Downing

This month’s RockStar is James Downing. He’s an elite mountain bike racer specialising in cross country mountain bike races that cover up to 100km.  With over 25 years in the sport, he still cycles over 20,000kms and completes upwards of 40 races per year. What’s your...

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There is no ‘I’ in team, but there is a ‘me’

Today I am going to write about something a little controversial – the ‘I’ in team. We are taught from a young age that there is no ‘I’ in team.  We consistently hear phrases from parents, coaches and teachers such as: ‘We are all in this together’ ‘The team is only...

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RockStar – Lukaz Catubig

This week we want to introduce you to RockStar Lukaz, or as he’s usually introduced, Lukaz ‘The Lycan’ Catubig. Originally from the Philippines, Lukaz is a Melbourne-based MMA fighter with an 11 win and 6 loss record, fighting in both Australia and Asia. He also holds...

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The stupidity of SMART goals

Harvard once did a study on their business school students. They found that only 3% of students had written down their goals. Quite a low number considering that Harvard students are meant to be some of the highest achieving individuals. The interesting thing was when...

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Mastering skill: Beyond unconscious competence

As a trampolinist, people unfamiliar with the sport often used to watch me compete and ask ‘How do you do all those somersaults? What do you think about when you’re upside down?’ The answer rarely satisfies them because I don’t actually think about much at all. For...

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RockStar – Caley Reece

Caley Reece has lived the dream of anyone that’s ever watched a martial arts movie and wanted to show off their own moves… She’s a 6-time World Champion in the sport of Muay Thai.  Originating in Thailand, it’s one of the toughest martial arts there is. And perhaps an...

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