Less painful than lacrosse balls but JUST as effective: Pecs, Glutes, Hamstrings and Hip Flexors
Why Balls?! Good question!
Muscle Massage Balls (Lacrosse Balls, EVA Balls) for deep tissue massage on sore muscles are a good choice for small areas that your typical foam roller cannot reach effectively- either because the surface area is too broad or, it's just inconvenient. Think of deep tissue foam rolling (facedown) on some gym floor to try to get into your pec......the Black Diamond muscle massage ball can assist with this and keep your foam rolling off the floor.
We love this product so much, we even packaged in this kit here to save you money!
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The Black Diamond's circumference is much larger than a lacrosse ball but the working area is the same. This means that we can still reach specific spots but the larger circumference reduces the applied pressure, making the experience MORE COMFORTABLE
Need myofascial release that is out of this world? May we present the Black Diamond; the perfect blend of foam roller and lacrosse ball. With the precision of a ball but the forgiveness and size of working with a foam roller, the Black Diamond is great for some of those "hard to roll" areas like pecs, glutes and hamstrings.
Foam Material: EVA Foam
Read our "What is Foam Rolling" Infosheet.
***Caution: White Lion Athletics recommends seeing a professional physical therapist to assess any injuries prior to using any self-myofascial tools.
$45.00 CAD $90.00 CAD
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