Trigger Point & Myofascial Release with Balls

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Rolling muscles with balls like King Athletic’s Muscle Roller Ball Set is great for myofascial release, trigger point release, and deep tissue muscle massage. This can be a great way to relax muscles, eliminate knots and relieve tension and stress.

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The King Athletic Muscle Roller Ball Set contains 3 lacrosse style rubber balls that are firmer than a tennis ball and softer than a golf ball. This makes the balls very durable and able to provide the right amount of pressure for trigger point and myofascial release. The ball set also comes with a lifetime warranty, and $1 from every purchase is donated to prostate and breast cancer research!

Muscle roller balls (or massage balls as some people call them) are great for working out things like back, neck and shoulder pain.

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