Restore Hot/Cold Trigger Point Massage Ball

Item# 05-60558
$14.98
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Roll away tension even in hard-to-reach places with targeted hot or cold therapy to soothe sore, tired muscles.

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Roll away tension, even in hard-to-reach places, with targeted hot or cold therapy. Our Hot/Cold Trigger Point Massage Ball is the perfect tool for easing pain and muscle soreness throughout the entire body. Its textured surface stimulates blood flow, relaxes muscles and pinpoints areas of stress in arms, legs and back for a precise massage with every use. Hot/Cold technology allows the ball to retain its temperature for an extended period of time for added relief. Simply place in the freezer or in hot water. Includes 6" massage ball and exercise guide. China.

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Hot/Cold Trigger Point Massage Ball Features:
  • Relieve muscle tension
  • Stimulate circulation
  • Pinpoint areas of stress
  • Put in hot water or the freezer for added relief
  • Made exclusively by Gaiam
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6" hot/cold massage ball and exercise guide

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To make the Hot/Cold Trigger Point massage ball hot, you place in a warm water bath or simply run under warm tap water. Boiling water should not be used with this massage ball.
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Certain muscles may be tender when using massage products. If the pain you are feeling is too intense, or becomes too much, we recommend that you reduce frequency and duration of usage.
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This ball is designed to adjust to your desired firmness. You can use a needle point pump to add air. It is up to you how full or firm you would like it to be!
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When I use the ball, air and gel get squeezed out of the hole. Should I return it for another one or is this normal?
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If air or gel is escaping from your ball when you are using it, you should return or exchange the item. The Hot Cold Massage ball is made to be adjustable in firmness. Air can be added by using a needlepoint pump. If air is escaping however, please contact Customer Care at 800-482-3747 and we are happy to assist you in returning or exchanging the item!
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How do the 05-59578 and 05-60558 balls differ?  Both are priced at $14.98.  Are the textured therapy ball and the trigger point ball the same size and construction?  No size is specified for the orange Restore kit balls, but the green trigger point ball is 6" and both are hot/cold capable.  Is the 2 ball Restore kit being replaced by the 1 ball trigger point ball?  Are they intended for different purposes?  The Restore kit erroneously refers to the massage guide for the massage roller "stick".  Does the trigger point ball have a ball-specific  exercise guide?  Is there a downloadable option for it?
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The orange massage ball is much smaller, to get into smaller and more pinpoint muscle groups. Neither product is phasing out, and they are both hot cold capable. If you are working with larger muscle groups get the green ball, if you need pinpointed areas, get the orange ball. There is a downloadable massage guide for the orange balls but not the green balls.
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