acrosse ball vs foam rolling

  1. acrosse ball vs foam rolling


    i have no lacrosse ball in my country i can buy only the foam roller ,
    so my question is if the foam roller can replace the acrosse ball ?
    i still can use the foam roller for small area like the acrosse ball and for big area so can it replace it ?
    my goal in buying it is for recovery blood flow and better Performance
    ty for answer guys .


  2. They're different. One's for a large surface, the other is for a smaller surface/trigger points.

    It doesn't have to be a lacrosse ball. It can be any hard ball.
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  3. tenis ball ?
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  4. It's not as hard but would be good for a beginner.

    Literally, any similar sized ball will work. I've even laid a kettlebell on it's side and used that to work over a slightly larger surface
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  5. Ball used in the game of pool, baseball, softball...literally any round object that doesn't compress when force/weight is applied.
    Don't worry, man, someday I'ma be nobody too.

  6. ty very much ! i think will go on the baseball ball

  7. Quote Originally Posted by nightmare1234 View Post
    ty very much ! i think will go on the baseball ball
    You can put a sock around it so the threads don't bug ya
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    CONTROLLED LABS products are produced in a GMP for Sport certified facility.

  8. is the basbelll and all the ball u said before as aeffective as the lacrosse ball ?
    and the foam roll and the baseball will be enough ? or do i need something more for better resut ?

  9. They'll work
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  10. Baseball would work good I agree. I use a tennis for my real tender spots and the lacrosse for harder/tougher spots.
    Log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/226478-country-gets-huge.html#post3905023

  11. You may want to check out Soma System tools. They offer balls of different sizes and densities plus many more cool self-bodywork tools

  12. i bought the lacrosse ball from ebay it should come next week , and i just bought the foam roller today it is awsome !!!
    so the foam roller and the lacrosse ball will be enough for full mobility and warm up ? or do i need something more ?
    ty guy

    i bought this http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Champion...item3cd2b00992

  13. softballs are also pretty nice for certain spots that might be a little hard to really reach and penetrate with a lacross ball because the LXC is so small. For instance, any action on the pec minor while on the floor is probably best done with a softball since it can really reach the target and apply lots of pressure with your bodyweight.
    Check your form: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/exercise-science/190675-proper-techniques.html
    Log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/235436-tossing-weight-torobestia.html

  14. ok man ty so i will buy tenis ball too,
    something else that should i buy or i am done for best result for mobility and warm up ?
  

  
 

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