FASCIQ Trigger Point Lacrosse Ball

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Product Description

FASCIQ Trigger Point Lacrosse Ball is the ultimate tool for self-myofascial release and targeted muscle massage. It’s designed to help relieve muscle knots and tension, improve flexibility and range of motion, and enhance overall athletic performance.

Made from high-quality, durable materials, the lacrosse ball is a must-have for anyone looking to optimize their workout routine and recovery process. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or just starting out, this ball is the perfect tool for achieving your fitness goals.

The compact size and lightweight design of the lacrosse ball make it easy to carry with you wherever you go, whether you’re heading to the gym, traveling, or simply need a quick massage at home. Its textured surface provides optimal grip, allowing you to target even the tightest muscles and trigger points with ease.

Features & Benefits

  • Help relieve muscle knots and tension, improve flexibility and range of motion.
  • Easy-to-use.
  • Made of durable EPP (expanded polypropylene).
  • Lightweight and portable. Ideal for heading to the gym, traveling, or a quick massage at home.
  • Textured surface provides optimal grip.

Application Instructions

  • Identify the muscle or area that you want to target. This can be a specific muscle group or a trigger point that feels tight or sore.
  • Place the lacrosse ball on the targeted muscle or trigger point. You can do this by leaning against a wall or lying on the floor.
  • Using your body weight, apply pressure to the ball by pressing into the muscle or rolling the ball back and forth. Start with light pressure and gradually increase the intensity.
  • Roll the ball back and forth, moving it around the targeted muscle or trigger point. You can also try circular or side-to-side motions. Keep the pressure on the ball and adjust your position as needed to target different areas.
  • Continue rolling the ball for 1-2 minutes, or until you feel the muscle relax and release tension. Repeat the process on other muscles or trigger points as needed.
* Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.


Technical Information

FASCIQ Trigger Point Lacrosse Ball
  • Material: foam or eco-friendly EPP (expanded polypropylene)
  • Country of Origin: Netherlands
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

2415 Standard sizes


8cm diameter (3.15 in.)


EAN = 8719172260342

Single Item (1-3 Items)

1 - 4 Cases (4-19 Items)

5 - 9 Cases (20-39 Items)

10+ Cases (>= 40 Items)


a 8% discount

a 10% discount

a 11% discount





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