5 Reasons the FLX Infinity Ball is Your New Must Have

With regular exercise or intense rehearsing, self massage in essential. Release tension, reduce pain, and improve performance with the help on one, small, portable tool… the FLX infinity ball. The FLX Infinity Ball’s unique shape keeps it in place to perfect release areas of tightness through self massage and trigger point release therapy.  This portable tool makes it easy to massage when your body needs it the most, immediately after a rehearsal or intense workout. Throw away your huge foam roller and flimsy tennis balls. Here’s why the FLX Infinity ball is the new must-have for any dancer, yogi, or athlete!    

  1. UNIQUE DESIGN // The FLX Infinity ball is uniquely designed to effectively target key trigger points allowing for muscle release and ultimately alleviating pain and regaining mobility.

  2. PORTABLE // Unlike other bulky massage tools the FLX Infinity Tool is small and compact allowing for a more targeted muscle release and the ability to take it anywhere and keep up with your rolling routine daily.

  3. DURABLE // In order to target the deep fascia where the tension has harbored and formed, it is necessary to use a ball whose size, material and shape can withstand intense amounts of pressure. The materials of a tennis ball keep it from withstanding large amounts of pressure while other balls like a golf ball are too firm and can bruise the muscles tissue.

  4. EFFECTIVE MUSCLE RELEASE // Self myofascial release or trigger point pressure release involves applying pressure to the trigger point and increasing the pressure as the trigger point "releases" and softens. FLX Massage Balls size and shape allow you to effectively target the trigger point especially in hard to reach places such as the bottom of your foot, back and hip flexors. Whether an athlete, dancer or fitness enthusiast, this Roll & Release therapy can maximize performance.

  5. ALLEVIATE PAIN & RESTORE MOBILITY // With repeated movements, certain muscles are constantly recruited, leading to muscle knots of contracted muscle fibers known as trigger points. Myofascial Release trigger point therapy is a technique used to treat the pain associated with knots of contracted muscle fibers and is used by physical therapists to stretch and loosen the fascia so that this and other contiguous structures can move more freely and range of motion is restored.