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Gaiam Restore Hot & Cold Therapy Kit


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  • Relieves Foot Pain
  • Massages Stiff Muscles
  • Relieves Muscle Tension and Increases Circulation
  • Place in Warm Water or in Freezer For Added Relief
  • Kit includes: 1 Textured Therapy Ball / 1 Smooth Therapy Ball

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Product Description

Deliver gentle, controlled tension release to hard-working muscles in the back, shoulders, glutes and feet with this versatile kit. Two Therapy Balls (1 textured, 1 smooth) - are filled with a unique compound that enables them to safely retain either heat or cold, giving you one easy-to-use tool with a variety of highly effective pain relief applications. You control the temperature, motion and level of pressure for fully customizable therapy.

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2 x balls


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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Unpleasant to use 10 July 2013
By MJM - Published on Amazon.com
I was surprised how much these balls weren't very good. I deal with trigger points/knots in my muscles on a daily basis so I'm used to working with foam rollers, tennis balls, etc... so I tried these out.

The spiked ball HURTS to use actually, and I couldn't use very much pressure with it unfortunately without feeling like I was stabbing myself. Also since I usually rub with the ball against a wall for my back, the points actually damaged my wall. Plus its size is just too big to be very useful for a lot of the finer back muscles.

The solid ball is sort of useless, it's incredibly rigid and just as big so using it was also unpleasant. I'd rather just use a tennis ball.

Do yourself a favor and buy a Foot Rubz ball and use that to massage out knots instead. I've been using one for years and it's been single-handedly keeping me going.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great set of massage balls, use cold or hot 27 Jun. 2015
By shadowwolfh - Published on Amazon.com
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These are wonderful for working out kinks. Put in freezer for using cold on inflamed areas or drop in hot water for 10-15 minutes for warm therapy. NOT microwavable!!. Boil some water in small pan. When it comes to boil turn off
heat & remove pan from stove to counter & set on potholder or trivet. Carefully place one or both balls is water until reached proper warmth. Use with wash cloth or towel between them & your skin to prevent burning yourself. I use them on bottom of feet ( planter fasciitis) & on tight muscles from neck area down along shoulder. I use by myself with yoga mat or have husband massage shoulder/ back for me. Have even used under shoulder when pain was keeping me up, while lying in bed. Helps break up knots for myofasciial release. Just slide one or both under shoulder while in bed until they hit trigger point or tight band. Barely rock back & forth until pain subsided & you can get rest. This is only my opinion!!!! I have no training or expertise, I just know how I use them & what works for me: )
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Helped ease the pain of plantar fasciitis. 2 Dec. 2014
By RunMomRun - Published on Amazon.com
Currently suffering from plantar fasciiitis after completing a half marathon. Rolling my foot on the spiked ball for about 5 to 10 minutes a day has made a considerable improvement. I use it at room temperature with I am sitting at my desk. After using it for two days, I had no foot pain when I stepped out of bed in the morning. Will continue to use it.

I also used the plain ball right out of the freezer. You need to use that one on carpet or a towel as it rolls around much easier.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A lot easier and comfortable than a frozen bottle of water 31 July 2015
By Jamie S. - Published on Amazon.com
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I have Plantar Fasciitis and these help relieve the pain and stretch out the bottom of my foot. I tried putting them in the freezer and that works but they work perfectly well at room temperature too. A lot easier and comfortable than a frozen bottle of water.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Too hard! 8 July 2015
By Nessy P - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this purchase to help my feet that are recovering from plantar fasciitis. I had used other ice balls in physical therapy and loved them. These are used minimally-they are just too hard and quite painful to use.
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