Chinese Healthy Balls #40555 (Blue with Phoenix Bird and Dragon)

Enameled blue metal exercise balls to rotate in your hand for coordination and also to hit the pressure points on your hand that correlate to your major organs in your body. Instructions included.

The enameled metal balls are 1 1/2 inches in diameter and come boxed in a set of 2. One of the balls has a Chinese Phoenix Bird on it and the other has a Dragon on a beautiful enameled blue background.

The exersize balls make a slight jingle noise while you rotate them in your hands! Instructions are also include in your set.

****Outer box colors may vary.

Product Features

  • BLUE enamel background, INSTRUCTIONS included
  • Hits pressure points in your hand, 1 1/2 inch in diameter
  • Good for coordination
  • Pleasant chime sound when you rotate these balls
  • Nice Chinese Phoenix Bird and Dragon design

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Chinese Healthy Balls #40555 (Blue with Phoenix Bird and Dragon)

  1. Bu-Chan says:

    Relaxation and Stress Reduction These little things are a nifty piece of gear to have, even if you have no physical needs that would require them.The balls have baffles in them, and these make a nice sound as they rotate and move. While making the sounds, there are small vibrations on your hand as the balls move.A point of note, is that you should start using them over a soft surface, such as a cushion or your sofa. It is common to lose one and have it fall when you first learn to use them. Dropping them on hard surfaces can damage them.Also, contrary to advice given sometimes, you should not shake them, as this can also damage the baffles inside.Start with two at the same time, and after some time, you can increase them to three or even four, (with one sitting on top of the bottom three).These balls really work, and after a few minutes, your hands and body will feel very relaxed. I was very surprised with the results, to be honest. They are also great for developing your hand skills in manipulating them without the “clank” of balls hitting together.

  2. ed818 says:

    Great warm up for musicians, and anyone who uses hands tools. I use these balls before and after I practice. I have trigger finger in both index fingers and the pain and symtons have diminished. Now I can play my guitar much longer without my hands going numb. Using these balls have helped me continue playing the guitar which has been part of my life for over thirty years. Thank you.

  3. Brie "Brie" says:

    Have a few sets My grandma had gotten a couple in her trip to China and brought home over 10 boxes o.O No idea how she carried them, but very useful after a long typing session or any other time. Really helps after constant typing or writing.

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