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Massage Balls & Sticks

Spiky massage balls are massage products used by massage therapists to stimulate the skin and underlying soft tissues in order to get a therapeutic effect. Depending on how vigorously they are applied massage balls can have a relaxing or stimulatory effect on muscles and soft tissues. Now you can use massage balls yourself to get the therapeutic benefits of massage at home.

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How do Spiky Massage Balls & Massage Balls Work?

Similar to foam rollers, massage balls work on the myofascial system to reduce muscle tension, improve blood flow, aid in injury prevention and rehabilitation. Massage balls are ideal for knots and tight areas that can't always be worked with a foam roller. By targeting trigger points, spikey balls and massage balls can reduce pain levels. This means instead of feeling tight like something is about to ping, you can support your bodies recovery following exercise, injury or stretch after sitting at a desk all day.

How often should you use a massage ball?

It is recommended that you use a massage ball 3 - 4 times a week for around 10 minutes. Start by completing 30 - 60 seconds rolling for each muscle and you can increase up to 90 seconds over time. You may need to use the ball more frequently if you are recovering from an injury or are having an intense period of exercise or training. Remember, the more often you use a spiky massage ball the less painful it's going to be, the more benefits you will gain.