Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate whether taping the quadriceps muscle using the KinesioTex facilitation technique affected isokinetic strength during an 8-week training program. Methods: 20 female volunteer volleyball players aged 15-19 were divided into two groups; taping and control group. Isokinetic muscular strength was measured three times: before taping (1 st measurement), 45 minutes after the first taping (2nd measurement) and after an 8-week taping process (3rd measurement). Results: No significant differences were found between taping and control groups in isokinetic strength of Quadriceps (p<0.05). No significant variations were seen in peak torque and total work values before taping and after the 8-week taping process (p<0.05). Discussion: In conclusion, it can be seen that long-term taping for healthy individuals does not cause any increase in muscle strength. The reason why no significant results are observed in other parameters may be that Kinesio® taping does not give sufficient tactile stimulus to cause increase in strength of healthy individuals; or that the facilitation technique suggested for Quadriceps muscle is insufficient, on its own, to stimulate the muscle.