- The fibrous connective tissue network within the muscle is continuous and attaches to the tendon of insertion to produce an efficient means for movement. The connective tissue surrounds the whole muscle “Epimysium”, each bundle of fibers “Perimysium” & the individual fiber “Endomysium” which is important in force production independent of fiber arrangement.
- Taping in Facilitation of Injuries Model Module 1 addresses the Architecture of the muscle fiber, basic structural unit of the skeletal muscle & the Sarcomere, which is the smallest contractile unit of the fiber through the connective tissue.
- Kinetic Stimulation of the muscle is followed by immediate development of either Force Production or Force Inhibition maintained by specially derived techniques. Classic experiments in muscle physiology, which demonstrated the relationship between muscle length, and tension is prioritised as Biomechanics and Neurophysiology of the Move Kinetic Tape.
- Histo Chemical reactions in human skeletal muscle involves motor unit recruitment, all fibers within a motor unit are of the same kind with regards to Histo Chemically identified contractile and metabolic properties which is executed either by the Heat or Cold Effects of Menthol.
- Move Kinetic Tape utilizes the continuum of threshold for motor unit Activation/Inhibition helping to account for the efficiency of skeletal muscle movement & locomotion.