Tennis Ball Back Massager





Introduction: Tennis Ball Back Massager

This is a quick and easy way to relieve your back pain.  Your back will love you!

Use it on your own by rolling on it on the floor or have a friend run it up and down your back. 

Step 1: Materials

Step 2: Tape Tennis Balls Together

Lay the duck tape sticky side facing up.  Place the two tennis balls on top of the tape a couple inches from the end.  The balls should be touching and the tape should be right in-between. 

First take the few inches of tape left on the end and wrap it around the junction where the balls meet.  Press the tape towards the meeting point to close any gaps.  Now roll the balls along the tape pressing in the tape towards the center as you go. 

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is this one is helpful in Disk Slip Problem ? i read a similar Lower Back pain Factors but i m confuse witch excercise i do

I love this site! Very smart!

hi, just wanted to tell you that the tape that you are using is called duct tape and not duck tape, hope it helps great instructable by the way

No no, it's called duck tape. It was originally created for waterproofing military ammo crates, earning it the name "Duck tape". Check your facts before you correct others. Read the first paragraph. There is also a brand "Duck Tape", but I assume you mean this by the "water resistant sealing tape for ammo cases".


NEVER USE WIKIPEDIA TO WIN AN ARGUMENT.... Wikipedia is created by users who think they know things. Usually it is correct in general, however among what is correct, can hide things incorrect. It's just never smart to use a database that is maintained by those who view it, for an argument.

so instead of using a source with thousands of people that can contribute, correct, and clarify, we should use a source maintained by very few people?

how do those people get their facts?  do they do every bit of research themselves?  no, they ask experts, they outsource.

i think wikipedia is better.  and at the very least, it’s no worse.


It's your choice, I'm sorry I even said anything. I just know that I can jump on wiki and have my updates that are ENTIRELY incorrect sit there for weeks, as I've done in the past to prove a point. I'm just stating that in my opinion, Wikipedia isn't a reliable enough source to use to debate, or argue over.

And as you stated, it's maintained by the general population.... how many times have you been able to get the inner working of a nuclear reactor from a person you meet on the sidewalk, or can joe shmoe tell you how an aircraft's gyro works? Not likely, and those that can.... probably won't waste their time typing it all out on wikipedia, since there are THOUSANDS of other area's to reference that material.

History is not any less of a task to get correct, than a reactor, so why would you leave it up to those who think they have something to contribute, or have read something in a magazine?! I'd rather know from a reputable source, and in my opinion, wiki is not even close.

But hey, it's my opinion, and everyone is entitled to one... so yours is just as valid, have a good one!

Wikipedia is a horrible information source! My wife is a Librarian and is always down on Wikipedia because any schmo can change information on a whim. Some do it to just to be mean.