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"Life is pain" says arguably the most oft-quoted Buddhist maxims. And, yeah, we get it, spiritually speaking. But when it comes to the physical realm, there's no reason to be spending your days in a constant battle against bodily aches. Whether you're a fitness junkie, an on-the-go parent or you suffer from all-too-common "tech neck," the pain you carry inside your body can be difficult to live with. So don't. A massage gun is the answer.
The Toloco massage gun is a silent powerhouse that delivers 20 speeds of pulsating pressure to penetrate deep tension and pain, working to relax stiff muscles while soothing the surrounding tissue. Amazon has it on sale right now for $66.50 (down from $120).
Weighing in at just over two pounds, this gadget will feel comfy in your grip and allow for extended massage sessions without creating another pain in your arm. It even comes with a carrying case for on-the-go treatment. The high-def LCD touchscreen shows everything from speed settings to remaining battery life.
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Perfect for post-workout recovery or alleviating general aches and pains, the Toloco massage gun enhances blood flow to improve range of motion, decrease tension, relax muscles and combat general body fatigue.
Functionality is key, and this massage gun has earned top marks. While it may be small, it certainly packs a punch with 15 customized massage heads, 20 speeds and a six-hour battery life.
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Take it from this five-star reviewer: "I purchased this massager to help with some exercise-induced muscle pain I was experiencing. It has made a world of difference for me and my daily regimen. It's like having a personal masseuse to resolve those after-workout aches and pains."
Another fan calls the massager "powerful and versatile." "I have tried many different massage cushions and mechanical massage devices over the years and always find them more of a gimmick and don’t work all that well," they wrote. "This massage gun is different, it actually works and is so versatile that it can delver a powerful deep-tissue-massage–like concentrated spot pressure or can loosen a wide area of muscle; depends on which attachment you use."
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