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White Lion Athletics

Lacrosse Ball

Lacrosse Ball

Regular price $4.00 USD
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The Lacrosse Ball is the perfect deep-tissue massage ball and can be taken with you anywhere and can be used almost anywhere as well!

This  muscle massage ball  has the size and firmness to help release compromised tissues all over the body (legs, back, arms, shoulders, and oh so wonderful on the feet). 

Often used as a foot massage ball, shoulder massage ball and back massage ball - this lacrosse ball can be used on your glutes, calves, pecs and hamstrings and more.

See our instructional videos for how to use your Lacrosse Ball.

*See a Physical therapist or Medical Doctor to assess any injury prior to use.

Materials

PVC

Dimensions

2.5" high

Care Instructions

Wipe down with a damp cloth as needed.

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Lacrosse ball being used on forearm for self-massage

Upper Body

Forearms

Place the lacrosse ball between your forearm and an elevated surface (wooden box shown here). Using an elevated surface allows you to effectively position yourself to apply pressure as required.

Lean into the ball as much as is reasonable comfortable.

You can stay in place and maintain, - or increase - downward force on the lacrosse ball; or, you can also introduce rolling back and forth.

Man laying on his back with a black, White Lion Athletics lacrosse ball with a laser engraved logo on his left trapezius muscle.

Upper Body

Traps

While laying on your back (knees bent or straight), place the lacrosse ball on the middle or lower portion of your upper trapezius muscle.

You can stay in place and maintain - or increase, downward forward force on the lacrosse ball.

You can also introduce rolling back and forth.

Another option: move your arms from being by your side to the overhead position (palm facing inward and thumb touching the ground).

Lacrosse ball being used on lower leg for self-massage

Lower Body

The Calf

Place the lacrosse ball between your calf and the floor.

Lean into the ball as much as is reasonable comfortable.

You can choose to stay in place and maintain, or increase, downward forward force on the lacrosse ball.

You can also introduce rolling back and forth as well pointing and flexing your foot.

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