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ReGreen™ Tiger Ball 2.6 Massage-on-a-Rope


Tiger Tail LOVES our green and blue planet. We work hard to build top-quality tools from replantable, recycled, and regrind materials. Our mission is to make billions of muscles happy with lifetime-lasting tools that get passed down and across generations.

The ReGreen Tiger Ball 2.6 Massage-on-a-Rope is a sustainable and environmentally-friendly massage tool that relieves minor muscle aches, muscle knots and sore muscles. Made from cork and cotton, these materials are both renewable and biodegradable. The 2.6-inch cork ball is tough, durable and lightweight, yet gentle on your skin, making it perfect for use on sore, tight muscle knots in hard-to-reach areas of your back, shoulders, and neck. The rope allows you to position and keep the ball in place, so you can focus on relaxing and letting the ball do the work.

Simply use the rope to position the ball behind you and lean against a hard surface, push into the ball for a deep, penetrating massage that will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated. The ReGreen Tiger Ball 2.6 is perfect for athletes, office workers, and anyone who wants to relieve muscle pain and improve their circulation. 2.6” massage surface. Corded rope is approximately 50” long.

Where Does It Work Best

Work best for self-massaging on hard-to-reach muscles in the back, shoulders, and glutes. Best usage: lean on a wall, sit on a chair, or lay down on a hard surface.

  1. Lean on a wall and apply pressure on your muscles with your Tiger Ball
  2. Relaxing your muscles during this process will help you massage the “belly” of the muscle.
  3. You are the judge of how much pressure to apply. Strive for a “good hurt”- from 5-7 on a scale of 1-10. “Grimacing” with pressure can be described as that “hurts so good” feeling. It’s not unusual for people to laugh and/or get really serious when applying this type of pressure on a muscle knot. This is usually where we see the best success.
  4. Always follow muscle paths. Massage each muscle group 10-20 seconds. With each pass, gently press deeper into the muscle. Avoid massaging directly over bones.
  5. Tender muscle knots can reduce the range of motion while causing minor aches, discomfort, and muscle fatigue. Knots come in various sizes, like a pinhead, pea, noodle, or small pickle.
  6. Minor discomfort or tenderness may be experienced when passing over muscle knots. To minimize knots, apply 10 seconds of firm, constant, focused strokes, for three sets.
  7. Recurring or stubborn muscle knots often need additional attention. Using Tiger Tail products 2-3 times a day may help speed healing. Over the course of time, muscle knots should get smaller or disappear.