I was reading a CNN article about the prolific use of kinesio tape at the Olympics this year and read a comment that intrigued me. The article mentioned one PT who mentioned how the tape prevented some patients from injuring themselves with repetitive strain injuries because they felt the tape tug at their skin when they started to move their shoulder too far. A commenter postulated that it could be used to teach kids in sports so they would "feel" when they did something wrong rather than be told it or have to see it on video. It would allow them to get a better idea of how to do a particular movement.
I was just curious if anyone does or has thought about using kinesio tape for ski instruction in this way, taping a specific area of the body so someone would feel when they are bending the wrong way for a certain movement. Or does anyone think its a credible idea at all?