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As much as we’d love to head to the spa for every backache and sore shoulder, wouldn’t it be great to treat those ailments at home? Not only would it be way more convenient, but much cheaper, too.
Can handheld massage devices really do the trick, though? Many are saying “yes!” thanks to the Vortix Muscle Massager. The percussion massage gun was made famous by NBA player Kyrie Irving, who was seen using it on the sidelines. But you don't have to be a pro athlete to reap the benefits!
Unlike the typical Brookstone massager you "test" at the mall, this massage gun uses scientifically-proven vibrating frequencies, amplitude, and torque to increase your body's lymphatic flow and reduce lactic acid. In other words? Sweet relief!
You can adjust among six speeds to get the perfect amount of pressure, and it comes packed with all sorts of removable tips depending so can easily target every sore spot, from your back and neck and to your legs and feet.
Heads up: It’s gonna get loud. But it’s worth it. One customer noted, "This is a very loud but very effective tool. Just a few minutes will bring great relief to a tight quad, back or IT band," and another agreed "It terrifies my dog. Crazy loud, but it works."
Shop it: Vortix Muscle Massager, $170 (was $399), lifestyle.shop.yahoo.net
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