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Hello there you blank beautiful screen. It's been awhile. I took a little time last week to just step back, disconnect, and honestly breathe. I felt myself needing a breather and a moment to adjust to going back to work (part-time), Lil Man going to school full time, soccer and running for him, and just daily life. You know what I mean.

My typical morning is starting to consist of some type of early morning workout, rushing home to get lunches made, making sure I'm back in time so hubby can get to work, grabbing a quick shower, getting Lil Man to the bus stop, finally getting breakfast for me, packing my work bag, getting laundry started, cleaning up the kitchen, taking the dogs in and out and in and out...  and if possible I try to get caught up on email/social media before I head into work.

But I'm back and feeling a little more like I have things under control. I think I'm finding

To My Friends With Plantar Fasciitis


If you are a suffer of Plantar Fasciitis, you might want to take a moment and read this. When I broke my foot a couple of years ago, after being in 'the boot', I started having problems with the beginning of planter fasciitis. And for most runners, the mere mention of the word can strike fear. So I immediately began doing stretches and strengthening exercises.

As most of you know, a tennis ball, golf ball or frozen water bottle seem to be the device of choice to use on the arch area of your foot. My tool of choice was a golf ball. It seemed to get to the area better than the tennis ball or water bottle. But after coming across the Oh Ball, I do believe that I will be retiring my golf ball.

The Oh Ball looks like this





And one thing that I really love about it is the handles. An issue I had with the golf ball (or other tools) was that as I would apply pressure, the ball would slip out or move off of the 'spot' that I was trying to work on. With the handles, I can keep the pressure exactly where I need it.

The Oh Ball is made out of maple wood which I have been told is one of the best anti microbial surfaces available. This little device has now become one of my daily staples, especially now that I'm back to training.

So if suffer, or like me, would like to keep from suffering from plantar fasciitis, I encourage you to check out the Oh Ball. I'm glad that I did!

You can also see a video demonstration here.

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.


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  1. genius invention! My brother and I both suffer from pf. I need to check this out!

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  2. You're right the handles are pretty useful, it's such a hassle when the golf balls slip.
    -Allen

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    1. Yes, slipping golf balls aren't fun :)

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  3. The Oh Ball is made out of maple wood which I have been told is one of the best anti microbial surfaces available. This little device has now become one of my daily staples, especially now that I'm back to training.

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  4. First time seeing this Oh Ball, people usually use tennis and golf ball. What I like in this ball are the handles that makes it easy to use, and its made of maple wood. the best treatment for me is that, I get some shoes for plantar fasciitis with some features like cushioning and arch support.

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