TriggerPoint 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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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.
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.
Comparable in size to a tennis ball, maybe a little bit smaller.
Slighly bigger than the original Yoga Tuneup balls.
These are better for foot massage than solid rubber balls (like the Pinky or Yoga Tuneup balls), which build up too much elasticity when compressing with a lot of weight (it wants to spring out from underfoot). But since the core is hard, this doesn't build up elasticity as you crush it, instead it increases the force (and eventually pain if you were to stand on it) on your foot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
lots of lower back issues. This helps relieve stress and tight muscles.Published 23 days ago by JSolove
Just soft enough that it doesn't arbitrarily hurt (like a lacrosse ball does) but it still gets deep into the muscle and provides relief.Published 1 month ago by Mark Novak
It feels soooo good on tense points in my shoulder area. I've previously tried a wooden self massage ball and it's too hard and doesn't feel that good. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sue-Cat
Still need to learn to use the product better
So far it has been a great help to the tightness in my calf
I purchased because I get knots in my shoulders. This little ball is fantastic. Takes getting used to however.Published 2 months ago by Bean
This ball was indispensable during pregnancy - I used it to massage out knots in my legs and upper and lower back. Read morePublished 3 months ago by sp524
Trigger Point therapy is very effective. This little gadget, used properly (go to a pro to learn how), can do wonders for your whole body.Published 3 months ago by Sheesko