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Looking for a cure for the pain that ails you? The Vybe Pro Percussion Massage Gun is a magic wand that melts away stress and pain. Ahhh.
As a person who holds a lot of tension in my body, I'm always searching for relief from my many knots. I've tried expensive massages, physical therapy, acupuncture, zero balancing... These all help, but only for a bit.
I can attest, massage guns do miracles (my friend has one), and I'd love to have regular access to one myself. (Hint, hint, dear husband.) Some of the major players cost several hundred dollars, but the popular Vybe Pro Percussion Massage Gun is now just $100 with the on-page coupon (down from $200).
As I delve deeper into the details and reviews, I'm becoming convinced that this is the one to own. It's already earned the praise of over 3,200 five-star reviewers.
Handles like a pro
The powerful handheld massager provides tension relief, post-workout recovery or just simple relaxation, depending on what you ask it to do. With nine speeds and eight attachments, you can customize the exact treatment your body needs — whether you're targeting joint pain, soft tissue, cramps, trigger points or a stubborn knot.
This doc gave five-star approval: "I am a chiropractor with 20 years of experience.... Acquired a massager...to work with patients. Of course, first experienced on myself. Vibration is powerful. It works quietly. Very effective. I do not even know how I used to work without this tool."
"Righteously effective. Invaluable," raved an avid weightlifter. "Bought this on a whim.... I now consider it the best investment in post-workout recovery I've ever made.... This gun gets down to the real deep, tight, painful spots and nukes them."
Pay less for the best
There's no need to shell out big bucks for a massage gun. Users are finding the Vybe Pro to be superior to big-name players in quality and price.
"Best product out there," said one fitness pro. "Better than Theragun and Hypervolt. It’s quiet and strong. I’m a trainer and use this product on all my clients. There’s no need to hold a trigger, so you can use it on yourself for hard-to-reach places."
The massager reaches pretty much everywhere, so you don't have to. And you can finally get rid of all those gadgets that are collecting dust.
"I... have a big basket full of massage tools (rollers, balls, sticks, you name it) that really take too much physical effort," said yet another five-star reviewer. "It's much easier to just point the massage gun at a tight spot than get into some awkward, tiring position to roll them out.... This thing is powerful! It goes up to a 9 but I stayed between 1 and 3 most of the time. Here's a tip: The big rubber ball attachment feels amazing on the soles of the feet."
Lightweight and portable, this massage tool even comes with a travel case for therapy on the go. And the charge lasts for three whole hours.
So if you see my husband scrambling to find a gift for me, kindly direct him to this post. Please, and thank you.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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