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Massage ball for back
What’s the massage ball for back?
The massage ball for back is designed for self-myofascial release or massage therapists to stimulate the skin and underlying soft tissue for therapeutic benefits.
Each client can determine the muscle and soft tissue stimulation effect of the massage ball based on how hard they use it.
The massage ball for back is made of silicon, making it more forgiving than hard hockey-type balls and less likely to slide on hard surfaces.
Back massage balls are available in single or double balls.
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The largest size: 6.8cm
Packaging-polybag ,carrybag and also color box:
The immediate benefits of massage ball for back:
The massage ball can help self myofascial release, eliminates muscle knots and tension. Trigger point therapy massage ball relieve sore and tight muscles to rejuvenate and revitalize all areas of the body.
Easy to use:
We just need simply to lean on the massage ball for back and use your own body weight and gravity to relieve muscle knots and tension.
A massage ball for back is perfect for use while we sitting on any chair, laying in bed, on the floor, or on a yoga mat. We can use them at home, at the office, or at the gym. Small, portable and easy to bring along on any trip.
Our massage ball for back is made of silicone which is odorless, pets and kids friendly. Its official size and weight makes it great for lacrosse practice.
As for the feet.
First we place the massage ball on the bottom of our feet.
Then let's imagine that our feet are divided into four directions. Massage one direction at a time by rolling the massage ball back and forth and side to side.
Our goal is to spend 30 to 60 seconds on each foot, with special attention to areas of high tension.
This technique is also a way to seek relief from plantar fasciitis. The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot.
Pain occurs when it becomes inflamed or irritated. Using a massage ball for back to accomplish self-myofascial release can help break down adhesions and reduce pain.
Now your foot feels good because you've released some tension. Let's move on to the next step: working the legs.
We have many muscles in our legs, and they all work differently. Standing, running, weight training, or even sitting at a desk all day can affect blood flow and muscle tension in the legs.
Making relaxing the myofascia part of your routine will ease its tightness and improve flexibility.
As for the calves.
First, sit on the floor, straighten your legs and place the massage ball for back directly above the Achilles tendon. Keep our ankles in a relaxed position, neither bent nor tight.
Then place the other foot flat on the floor to support you as you roll back and forth on the ball.
Finally slowly roll your leg over the ball in the direction of the back of your knee. When you find a tight spot, hold the position until the spot is loose and the pain is gone, then continue your rolling.
Point and flex your toes to really work the muscle knots.
Try changing your position to roll the sides of your calves. You can also use your hands to roll the ball over the muscles in your calves.
For balance, remember to do some movements with your calves as well.
Let's start with a tabletop position on your hands and knees.
Start by placing the massage ball for back under one calf as before, then slowly roll your leg onto the ball, applying as much pressure as possible.
Then when you feel a trigger point or tightness in the muscle, pause and let it release.
As for the hamstrings.
There are two ways to use a back massage ball to support the hamstrings. You can sit on a raised surface or sit on the floor.
Sit on a chair or table-for example, on a hard chair-and place the ball under the hamstring muscle. Then relax your leg to let it hang.
Slowly roll the ball up and down the length of the hamstring and back and forth across the hamstring.
When you find your trigger points, hold this position until they are released. You can also bend and stretch your legs until you feel the pressure release.
If you want to apply more pressure, lean your body forward and put your arms and weight on your knees.
On the floor - Sit on the floor with your legs stretched forward.
Place the massage ball for back under your knees and slowly roll the ball up and down the length of your hamstrings and back and forth across your hamstrings.
When you find your trigger points, hold this position and let them release.
If you want to apply more pressure, put the weight of the other leg on the leg you are treating.
To perform the release here, place the ball behind the knee and squeeze it between the calf and hamstring.
As for the quadriceps.
You need to free up some floor space to move around.
First, place the massage ball for back under the quadriceps, facing down.
Then use your forearms and other legs to support your weight while applying as much pressure as possible to the back of the massage ball.
Gently roll up and down, pausing back and forth on the trigger points.
To really play with the trigger points, try to bend and stretch by bending your knees.
As for the hips and glutes.
Just like the feet, the hips are an important area for maintaining overall balance and alignment in the body. You can work on these areas by sitting on the floor or standing up and rolling against a wall to better control stress.
Leaning against a wall.
Place a massage ball for back between your hips/buttocks and the wall. Lean in toward the ball within a reasonable and comfortable range.
What we can do for you on massage ball for back?
50pcs of each color can be added your logo and mixed more than 10 different colors of massage ball for back to help you test the market.
200pcs of each color can be customized the color box of massage ball for back to help you test the market.
Different logo printing method: