Mobility Ball

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MYOFASCIAL pAIN SYNDROME & TRIGGER POINTS

Myofascial release is a type of manual technique often used in physical therapy. Myofascial pain syndrome comes from trigger points, which are stiff areas in the muscular tissue. It can also originate from the fascia – a tough membrane that wraps around and connects to all your muscles. This makes it different from other types of pain. You can locate stiff myofascial areas and alleviate the pain by working through the trigger points and applying direct pressure to the fascia. Using heat therapy can be also beneficial in relieving stiff muscles.

hOW DOES IT WORK?

Our double lacrosse massage ball works wonders all over your body. From helping your myofascial pain syndrome with trigger point therapy to improving your thoracic spine mobility, there are so many ways to use our massage ball. Designed in such a way as to preserve its shape, our peanut double lacrosse balls are made of 100% natural and wear-resistant materials. It is perfect for soothing sore feet, easing glute pain, loosening tight hips, relieving shoulder soreness, or easing forearm pain. Simply put, the uses are endless.

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WHY USE TWO WHEN YOU CAN USE ONE?

Ably recommended by physical therapy and fitness experts, our physio roll is a safe and direct way to restore your muscles by delivering a full post-exercise stretching session that will both relax you, and help your muscles benefit in the best possible way from your training sessions. All in the comfort of your home, and without paid assistance.

OFFER YOUR SPINE THE BEST LOOSEN UP

What are you waiting for? Do your muscles some much needed service and place an order for our double lacrosse ball now, to finally start enjoying unequivocal and unrivalled post-workout stretching routines, which cover a wider muscle area than most other methods.

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