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Works great for massaging out trigger points/muscle knots.
This was such a great deal and I'm glad I didn't spend much seeing as my son list one of them but that what people are so lpoking for a good deal.
If you have ever had dogs you realize that they chew and chew well these balls will meet that problem.
I use 2 lacrosse balls to do massage on specific areas of the body muscles and it works. It's much cheaper than the other massage balls.Published 10 days ago by R. Kanno
I have never played lacrosse and have only discovered the evils of the lacrosse ball thru CrossFit Mobility. Read morePublished 1 month ago by unnamed
I ordered 3 white new lacrosse balls. All three of them looked used...lots of grey marks...had planned to give them away but couldn't ....just terrible... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gail Y.
No complaints, bought it for myofascial release / massage. What I expected at a good value and no problems using it as is.Published 3 months ago by Seth P
I use the balls for massage. Bought 10 to have them available everywhere - car, office, home, etc. Perfect to work on your knots.Published 4 months ago by Barbara Bronislawska-Canada
Used as a micro fascia release for areas that a foam roller has trouble hitting. You can actually get two of these and duct tape them together to make a 'peanut' shape which can... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dax
This was fine. I could not find any locally to purchase and my grandson wanted some so It made him happy and thus me happy!Published 8 months ago by Mich G-ma
It's a lacrosse ball. I don't use it for lacrosse. I use it for massaging my footsies. It's really really great. Yay.Published 10 months ago by Zak Stoltz
I rub it all over my body and it feels great. A nice hard lacrosse ball for a cold winter self myofascial release session in front of the fire.Published 11 months ago by R. Savage