Jan 27, 2015 Over the years I've seen dozens of different knee wrap techniques. Each and every different style has it's own claim to it's superiority over the next. Scissor style criss crossing, starting top to bottom, bottom to top, inside wrap, outside wrap, some that cross over the knee multiple times...the list goes on. Each generally boils down to personal preference and bro science. What do you like the best? Brand, wrapping style, casted or rebound style, 2 or 2.5m? Tricks or tips you've picked up over the years? I prefer a very basic bottom to top wrap. Very tight, starting at the bottom of my knee cap and going one full pass over my vastus lateralis before tying off right above my knee. I try to put the knot directly ontop of the top of my knee cap to help make the hips seem lower in contrast to the knee. I found that if I go any higher than just one pass over the bottom of my vastus lateralis I lose some rebound speed out of the hole. I honestly prefer shorter 2m wraps with a single pass on the way up over my knee cap. I feel more comfortable with a rebound style wrap over a more stiff cast style, but I'm generally not a very wide stance squatter. I stick to using the titan thp wraps and the basic inzer black and red wraps.