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  • Trigger Point Massage Ball
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Trigger Point Massage Ball

TP Massage Ball's primary focus is to relieve the muscle of existing minor aches and pains by applying pressure to the muscle. Take it anywhere and have the ability to relieve tension instantly. The unique dense materials allow you to penetrate tight calf muscles pre and post event or training.

Details:

  • TP 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. Understand, in order to get deep into the muscle the ball has to remain still with an ample amount pressure for 5 to 7 seconds. This is when the ball will change shape. 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.

Buy Trigger Point Massage Ball from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by way over priced, but does work. way over priced for what it is, anything harder than a tennis ball (or even just a tennis ball) will do the same thing. It does work though, i've noticed a massive difference since i started using it. 10 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great to reduce tightness Pricey but worth it. Excellent for cross stroking deep trigger points. Fantastic on glutes, piroformis, pecs and infaspinatus muscles. Look up some techniques for massage and you're away. 07 November 2012
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