Play hard, be a Top Skimbler & win KT Tape sports medicine spolution, endorsed by Olympic volleyball champ Kerri Walsh


Whether you’re doing a triumphant triathlon, some soul-stretching yoga, relentless rock climbing or ballsy beach volleyball, play your best with KT Tape!  It’s hard not to do a double take when you see athletes donning brightly colored tape on their toned bodies.  But what is it exactly?  How does it work?

It’s Kinesiology Therapeutic Tape (KT Tape) and it’s used for common sports injuries such as ITBS, runners knee, shin splints, hamstring strain, & many more. Ultra-light, elastic, and strong, KT Tape is highly effective at providing pain relief, stability & support, & faster recovery for injured or sore muscles and joints.

Sounds pretty sweet!  Be a Top Skimbler in September and score some KT Tape to wrap all your aches and pains away.

We had a great time stress-testing KT Tape, finding it to be the most flexible and durable athletic tape that we’ve ever used.

Ligaya happily recovers from a minor knee injury and gets her physiotherapy on:

Maria lifts her weight at the gym in pink and black fashion:

Gabe sports the green and black combo on his back during a sport climbing session:

And if you’re looking for some more wild success stories, we just came back from rock climbing Mt Whitney, the tallest peak in the contiguous United States.  We wore KT Tape on our knees to prevent injury and ensure we were able to to a little yoga and a lot of climbing up its 14,505 feet peak:


If you’d like more information about the tape, visit the KT Tape website.  Be sure to check out their blog and get tips for excellent adhesion, sports prevention and recovery!  If you can’t wait, grab some KT Tape at a store near you.



Kerri Walsh gets ready to crush with KT Tape and so should you!


Download the new Skimble iPhone App & get tracking!

The latest Skimble iPhone app has just hit the iTunes App Store.?? Get the Skimble iPhone 2.0 update now ??

Hot damn, that looks pretty sweet.?? So what’s new?

  • Browse by activity or location on an interactive map
  • New look & feel including the ability to search for sports
  • Deeper tracking for racquet & team sports: teammates, scores & match details
  • Timer countdown for path sports like running, biking & speed skiing

We can’t show you everything but check out our variety pack of tracking screenshots:

And you know you want to see what all the buzz is about with the new timer countdown:

In the past few months, we’ve added tracking support for over 45 sports activities:

Yowsa!?? Can you believe it??? Of course, if there’s a sport you wish you could track on Skimble, let us know at – thanks!