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Different types of neuromuscular tapes have led to no consensus about its benefits on muscle performance. Unlike kinesiology and rigid tapes, Dynamic Tape® has different composition and properties with unknown effects on performance. The aim of this exploratory-type case study was to report the acute effects of dynamic tape® application on vertical jump performance. Material and methods: Using a test-retest methodology, a case study was carried out in two 21-year-old, healthy and physicallydoi:10.22517/9789587224955.3.2 fatcat:co3srhqkozcohigyfxuvrh4nrm