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Just pick up any brand of lacrosse ball and use that to roll. For example: WOVTE Massage Lacrosse Ball for Sore Muscles, Shoulders, Neck, Back, Foot, Body, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Muscle Knots, Yoga and Myofascial Release (Blue) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P783...dEb3H33VT0
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Just pick up any brand of lacrosse ball and use that to roll. For example: WOVTE Massage Lacrosse Ball for Sore Muscles, Shoulders, Neck, Back, Foot, Body, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Muscle Knots, Yoga and Myofascial Release (Blue) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P783...dEb3H33VT0
That might be a little hard... :-)

I use a tennis ball (~$1 or less) and work the knots in my upper back and shoulders during long drives.
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Bigger ball more useful for glute, hamstring. Helpful to sit on it and really dig in there instead of using a foam roller.

The bigger ball also matches the curvature of the thoracic spine so you can safely roll the upper back.

Softball would be a similar size to this.
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I'd be careful as the materials matter I know of many people who used tennis balls, racquetballs, rollers and jacked their back or hip alignment up. So consider that hardness can be too hard with other balls.
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That might be a little hard... :-)

I use a tennis ball (~$1 or less) and work the knots in my upper back and shoulders during long drives.
The hardness is the point of it. Deep tissue isn't worked well with a flexible ball
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I'd be careful as the materials matter I know of many people who used tennis balls, racquetballs, rollers and jacked their back or hip alignment up. So consider that hardness can be too hard with other balls.
People reading on the internet or watching YouTube videos and believing what they see is the problem
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