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Acumobility Mobility Balls


 The ACUMOBILITY ball is a deep pressure trigger point tool designed for active release exercises, self massage and use by a practitioner.


Other mobility balls require you to roll over the muscle, but the ACUMOBILITY Ball is designed with a non-slip base that can be gripped or supported against a flat surface, while a patent pending flexion point allows the ball to isolate and maintain pressure on a specific spot deep in the muscle.


This controlled and isolated pressure allows you to fire and release the muscle while on the ball to neurologically retrain it to move more efficiently, while enhancing range of motion and muscle elasticity = a technique we call Active Mobilization


The Result: enhanced length, greater power, improved performance, less injuries.


  • The LEVEL 1 Ball (orange) is the go to ball for trigger point release and stability exercises and is firm enough for most deep pressure release.
  • The LEVEL 2 Ball (blue) is significantly firmer than the Level 1 Ball and is meant to be used for extra deep pressure and release.


Use two Mobility balls for vice like compression, perfect spacing on the spine.


The Level 2 ball is also a fantastic hand saving tool for practitioner use during Massage, Active release and Trigger Point work.


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  • Hi There, Do the balls come in a pair or is this for a single ball? I wasnt able to see it in the detail above.

    The Acumobility balls are sold individually, and not as a pair

  • I usually use a lacrosse ball on myself for deep tissue massage/stimulation. I want something at least that firm. Should I choose Level 1 or Level 2? Thank you.

    The Level 2 (Blue) is firm, but probably not quite at the level of a lacrosse ball.  Level 1 (orange) is the more flexible of the two versions we offer and definitely not the one you would want to select.

  • Can these stick to a wall?

    They do not stick to a wall - like a suction cup.  However, they will stay in one place on the wall when constant pressure is applied.

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