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Healthy Body: 5 reasons to buy the 4 in 1 - PAIN RELIEVING - 3 SPEED SETTING - DEEP MUSCLE MASSAGER

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Do you ever experience muscle stiffness or soreness? Whether you workout regularly or not, Our bodies house the entirety of who we are and what we do, it also reacts and communicates with our actions and thoughts. So when we feel sore and aches, we should react back and take care of our bodies. Do you workout often, but rarely, if at all, get a massage? If you said yes, then you’re actually doing your body detriment. When your body is suffering, it shows physically and mentally. Anyone who works out or experiences muscle soreness should get a deep muscle massage semi-regularly to keep their body in tip top shape so you can continue working out and daily functions without...

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2020 Recap: What YOU Think About Deep Muscle Massagers

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We all know 2020 has been a long year and a very different one in fact! For months, we have been dealing with a pandemic that caused us to stay at home for quite a while. Though it was difficult, some turned their quarantine time into something great. Many of our customers took quarantine as an advantage and dedicated more time to getting fit right at home. In this blog post, we're going to show you what our 2020 customers thought about our Deep Muscle Massagers! You'll be able to see that our massagers were perfect purchases for them, especially during this year.    Cassie, 25 When quarantine happened my gym and my physio clinic closed down. I would go...

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Pain Relief Anywhere, Anytime

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many extroverted “on-the-go” people to be refined to their homes due to concerns of safety. Similarly, many individuals who would typically stretch their legs and travel to work – walking up and down flights of stairs, moving from room to room, have now been confined to their home offices. Hunched shoulders, eyestrain, sore backs, and neck pain have become the new norm over 2020 for those who work from home. This has affected not only working adults, but also students who may have previously walked from class to class, ran for the bus, or hit the gym. The tension we have all felt in our neck is of course attributable to the non-ergonomic work environments...

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The Best Handheld Deep Tissue Massager for Tight Muscles

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Top Qualities to Look for in Your Handheld Deep Tissue Massager for Tight Muscles: 1. Power You want your handheld massager to have (1) enough power to make a difference and relieve your aches and pains as well as (2) enough power to massage from head to toe or even a second round of massage without needing recharge. 2. Attachments Make sure the massager has the attachments that work for you and are able to reach and address the areas that affect you personally. Aches and pains evolve differently for each individual in all areas of the body, so make sure your massager has the attachments that are fit to the conditions of your body.Most massagers come with 4 standard...

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Massage Gun Vs. Foam Roller Vs. Stretching: What Works Best?

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For personal fitness and general health, it's really important to maintain your health by preventing and healing injuries. Many health professionals recommend one of three main methods: massage guns, foam rollers and stretching. Sore and stiff muscles ruin workouts and weekend leisure, so it's very important to find methods that aid in your muscle and joint recovery. Overall, it comes down to preference, however, we've found that dynamic and kinetic stretching works best before a workout, massage guns work best during/in-between workouts and foam rollers are great for after. All three are effective ways to fix Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness(DOMS), so our honest recommendation is to get all three if possible, to train and massage your body in ways that most...

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Massage Guns for Back Pain: Pros & Cons/2020 Reviews

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After testing the Deep Muscle Massager over the past few weeks, I've really grown to love it. The handheld massager is a mainstay in my workout routine, and I love having it in my home. My experience has been very positive, using the massage gun before cardio and after lifting, but this device really is for everyone! To try and give you, the consumer, a better idea of what to expect, I've compiled all the advantages and disadvantages. Pros 1. Power Despite being compact and handheld, the deep muscle massager expertly penetrates the muscle area you need. Personally, I got my husband to use the gun on my back while I massaged my own shoulders and legs. With 3 different...

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Best Massage Gun for 2020: Deep Muscle's Massager

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With at-home fitness becoming a necessity in our daily lives, it's important to maintain our range of motion and strength while being mindful of injuries. Also, with how hard it is to go outside, people are much more susceptible to chronic aches, pains, and muscle soreness. Massage therapists professionals highly recommend handheld massagers for at-home use. However, which one is best? To provide readers with the best recommendation possible, I ordered 9 at-home massagers ranging from $10-$200, from electrical stimulation to physical muscle massages. I tested them week to week, rotating between them to see which one would be more effective for my workouts and my wife's backpain. I do a lot of weightlifting and calisthenics while my wife walks on the...

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5 Reasons To Buy A Deep Muscles Massager

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These muscle massage guns are growing in popularity, on social media, in gyms and between friends, but why? Here are five compelling reasons to buy one for your at home workouts, yoga, neighborhood walks and at-home work.   1. Pain Management While muscle massage/therapy guns are excellent for post-workout pain and injury treatment, they have many uses for daily life as well. Lissa Bankston, director of human performance at Theragun, explained how percussive therapy helps with pain by interfering with pain signals to your brain - overriding the brain's pain signal, which can provide temporary relief from pain. Also, back and neck pain is easily and efficiently relieved through controlled massages.  2. Enhanced Performance  By using the deep muscle massager before and after workouts,...

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Does a Handheld Muscle Massager Gun really work?

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What do they do? Designed to aid with lack of mobility, muscular pain, joint pain, back pain and neck pain, massage guns are portable, cheap and consistent. A lot of handheld massagers come with heat features that can increase blood-flow and aid in healing. Percussion massagers are meant for deep muscle massages and handheld portable massage guns are great for back and neck pain.  What should I look for? The best part about the deep muscle massager that I've been using, is that it combines all the features in a comfortable machine that helps you avoid multiple trips to the therapist. A lot of massagers in the market today are exclusively percussion, handheld or heat and it is ideal to...

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Everything You Need to Know About Deep Tissue Massage

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How will it help me? Deep tissue massages are normally prescribed to address various ailments and chronic pains, including: Lower and/or upper back pain Neck pain Limited flexibility Injury recovery Posture Muscle tension Repetitive strain injuries(ex. Tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome) While not scientifically proven, experts in the field will still suggest deep tissue massages for injuries and injury prevention, especially relating to sports. What's going to happen? These massage techniques are used to break up scar tissue and tense "knots", healing and improving circulation, range of motion and inflammation. While similar to Swedish massage techniques, the strokes themselves are different. The first common technique is called stripping, which involves deep gliding pressure lengthwise along the muscle fibers. The second...

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