Lacrosse Ball (Orange)
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Standard self-massage tools are orders of magnitude more expensive and less effective, making these balls some of the best things on earth for self deep-tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and general self myofascial release for recovery. I carry one with me every day to use it for my piriformis and thoracic spine. It can be used standing against a wall, or laying on the floor, though laying on the floor may be far too intense an experience to do in public. (self-massage with a tennis ball is a joke as the ball nearly flattens under any pressure)
These tools are amazing and cheap, buy a 6-pack and share with friends. They will change your life.
Also, they are heavy-duty, non-smelly, and well made; I'm sure they're great for lacross.
I know nothing about lacrosse except that it was invented by the Native Americans, so I can't comment on the use of this ball for its "intended" purpose... I do know how to juggle, though, and if I had three or four of these, it could be pretty fun (it's bouncy, but not the bounciest ball I've seen, so if you want these for floor/bounce juggling, you might consider looking elsewhere)
If you have ropey muscles and chronic pain, try it out.
You could do the same with something similar, I imagine, but the size and density of the lacrosse ball has been well worth the purchase price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this to roll out pressure points in my muscles. It hurts so good, but it's super effective!!Published 12 months ago by Selana
Not a Brine Lacrosse ball as shown in the pictures, rather Champion Sports brand. The ball works great for doing deep tissue on my back, shoulders and neck, if only I could stand... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Stephen H. Dampier
I have no idea how one plays lacrosse, but these balls are fantastic for trigger point work. They're much firmer than a tennis ball, and just the right size to lie on or lean on to... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sue D Nymm
I've taped 2 together with hockey tape to get rid of muscle knots. I also use another one singularly for muscle knots while it doubles as a hockey ball.Published 18 months ago by B. Kevan
I bought this to be able to lay on top of it while I watch TV. I roll around on the ball and try to hit all the 'tight spots" in my back. Read morePublished 19 months ago by B. Richards
I use this ball to roll my piriformis muscle and it works great! This was recommended by my PT doctor.Published 20 months ago by Cheryl the runner, skier and triathlete.