How does it works?

To make the most of the products of the Active Tense line follow Instructions below:

- place the crossing of the coloured lines (point 1) in the hollow in the anterior part of the elbow

- place the coloured line (point 2) 5cm under the clavicle acromion

- place the coloured line (point 3) in the area of the latissimus dorsi muscle

- place the coloured line (point 4) in the central area of the spine, 7cm under the C7 vertebra

How does it works?

To make the most of the products of the Active Tense line follow Instructions below:

- place the coloured line (point 1) along the vastus medialis lateralis

- place the coloured line (point 2) just under the kneecap

- place the stich line and the resin (point 3) along the semitendinosus muscle

- place the coloured line (point 4) under the gluteous muscle

How does it works?

To make the most of the products of the Active Tense line follow Instructions below:

- place the coloured line (point 1) along the vastus medialis lateralis

- place the stich line and the resin (point 2) along the semitendinosus muscle

- place the coloured line (point 3) under the gluteous muscle

Erreà Sport

The human body has approximately 143 joints. Joints are complex units which act as levers, hinges, and shock absorbers. Joints hold bones together, coordinate their movement so that bones slide across each other without friction; joints also allow us to perform every type of movement thanks to the functional unit formed by ligaments and tendons. Bones and muscles of the human body are held together by Connective tissue. Ligaments and tendons are strips of connective tissue composed of amino acids into a matrix called collagen. Tendons attach muscle to bone and allow full range of motion. Ligaments connect bones to bones and maintain integrity of the joint. When tendons and/or ligaments inside or around joints undergo constant trauma, collagen fibers are stretched and twisted beyond their physiological limits therefore causing pain; consequently, the human body starts producing more collagen to repair them.