What is Kinesiology and Kinetic Link Training ?
Kinesiology involves the use of a specific tape to relieve pain and facilitate lymph drainage, whereas kinetic link training is a biomechanics concept used to describe the movements of a human body. Simply put, the kinetic link is the movements produced in one joint as a result of the movements from another joint. This training is not only used in muscle-skeleton coordination but also sports therapy and neurological therapy. The kinetic link or chain is of two types – open and closed. In an open kinetic chain, distal or terminal segments of the link can move freely while in a closed kinetic chain, there is a resistance to these terminal segments.