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Trigger Point Performance Self Myofascial Release and Deep Tissue Massage Ball


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  • Assists in managing minor aches and pains of the muscle by applying pressure to general areas
  • Patent material mimics the feel of the human thumb, allowing you to massage nearly any part of the body safely and effectively on your own
  • Patented material will not compress after repeated use
  • Great for the neck, shoulders, back, chest, piriformis, calves, or anywhere that you have minor aches and pains
  • Comparable to a deep tissue massage
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Product Description

The Trigger Point Performance Massage Ball's primary focus is to assist in managing minor aches and pains of the muscle by applying pressure to general areas. Apply pressure with the ball by using the floor, wall or any hard surface to stabilize movement of the ball. Once relieved, roll the TP Massage Ball side to side or in circles for a cross friction type massage. The TP Massage Ball is great for the neck, shoulders, back, chest, piriformis, calves, or anywhere that you have minor aches and pains.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 7.2 x 3 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B003ZG8PEE
  • UPC: 793573719072 858787002638 858787002089
  • Item model number: TPT-TPBW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,202 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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This fabric ball is fantastic for the muscle release of trigger points.
Charles Norman
Like hell I'm going to listen to some stranger that thinks they know more about my own body than me, even if they are doctors!
D. Kim
Allows you to really target tight muscles and massage with a lot of pressure.
AKVance

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109 of 112 people found the following review helpful By A. Adams on July 29, 2010
I bought the of products compete with the DVD. The DVD was a disappointing 8 mins long with very little information but that's digressing since this review is about the ball.

I used it a lot and it did help but after time it vent out of shape of got a lump and flat spot. I also needed several as I kept mislaying it and I found a rubber ball, about the size of a baseball, at a local store for 99c. This is just as good if not better than the TP Massage Ball.

My general feeling is that these products cater for those who have a problem and are prepared to pay for them. Lets face it, when we're in pain we'll pay for something in the hope it will help us and I was sucked in like the next person. If all you need is a ball, just go down to the local sporting goods store and get one; you don't need the fancy cloth covering of this product. A tennis ball in my opinion is too soft, a rubber ball is just right.

Update: I've found the perfect solution - T-balls. 3 for $9 at Big5. Baseballs are too hard but for me T-balls are perfect.
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By MP on April 18, 2011
Buy a lacrosse ball instead and save yourself $20. The lacrosse balls work exaxtly the same. Please do not make the same mistake as me.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Charles Norman on June 30, 2012
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This fabric ball is fantastic for the muscle release of trigger points. Honestly, it's just one of the many balls that I use (lacrosse ball, handball, and high-bounce ball) for self therapy. I use the handball and the high-bounce ball for small hard-to-reach areas like in between the shoulder blades, and I use the lacrosse ball for everything else. However, I like to use the fabric ball first when I work on a particular trigger point for the first time. The lacrosse ball, because of it's hard surface, can be intense and painful the first time you massage a trigger point. The fabric ball, on the other hand, is maleable and not so hard -- which makes it easier to control and adjust the amount of pressure on the muscle. So I use the fabric ball when I want to "prep" and desensitize a trigger point -- then I follow up with the lacrosse ball. It's a marriage made in heaven!
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72 of 90 people found the following review helpful By D. Kim on February 11, 2010
So I had some time this weekend to use my Hip + Lower Back kit and GRID Roller and here's my review.

A little bit of history on myself:

I've been an athlete my whole life -- basketball, football, wrestling, skateboarding, snowboarding, skimboarding, dancing, running and swimming.

I've also been a practitioner of yoga for over 10 years and actively practicing trigger point therapy and other massage techniques for almost 10 years now.

In Winter of 2003, I had a major snowboarding injury to my right hip that stretched up my entire spine from the whiplash. The immediate consequence was loss of function on my right leg for almost 2 months. The long-term residual consequence was the loss of function in my arms. This surfaced while I was attending Musician's Institute, playing my guitar for up to 10 hours-a-day. The doctors addressed the symptoms, not the cause... looking solely at my wrists and labeling it Tendonitis when in reality, the symptoms came from aggravated nerves in my neck from the whiplash.

I had a similar experience as Cassidy, finding short-term relief in all forms of specialists and treatments but nothing that lasted long-term and more importantly, nothing that empowered me to take control of my recovery in the big picture. Doctors were nudging me towards surgery and meds while also advising me to reduce arm usage. Like hell I'm going to listen to some stranger that thinks they know more about my own body than me, even if they are doctors! No offense to doctors, but I wasn't going to be a textbook case. No thanks!

So using my past experience in athletics and manual therapy, I continued to build towards a working knowledge of how the body functions in all aspects, using myself as the test subject.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Miller on September 18, 2013
(This is Michelle's husband btw) Yes, as many people have said, these things are what some might call "overpriced". A tennis ball is much cheaper.. However, words cannot describe how much more effective these things are than tennis balls or even lacrosse balls. In other words, they're worth it. Other reviewers seem to dislike the irregular shape, but like it. It allows you to use the smaller end as a very pinpoint targeted device, capable of lighting up the deepest muscles in your back, hips, etc.

This and other Trigger Point products are for people that are really into "foam rolling" (Myofascial Compression). They are made specifically for self-massage and they are damn good at it. For me, the TP system has formed the core of my self-treatment regimen for chronic back pain and it has basically cured me. I use them every day, all the time. Get two of them and the little sleeve that lets you put two together (yes, it is better than a sock) and you'll have the best spinal massage tool ever created. I don't do reviews very often, but I truly believe in these products.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Gerry on October 14, 2011
If you have other TP products and REALLY want to complete your collection then this is for you. If, on the other hand, you are looking for a massage ball you could buy a lacrosse ball for $2 and get the same thing. Overpriced for what you get.
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