Cordless, light-weight, quiet, powerful vibration massage device.
Relieves muscle stiffness and soreness, increases circulation and range of motion, and improves the overall health of the body's soft tissue. At 2.2 lbs. it's the lightest professional massage gun on the market. Adding percussive massage to your workouts can reduce muscle and joint pain, increase circulation in the treated muscles, break up knots, release trigger points, and improve recovery. Experience increased mobility, reduced muscle soreness, and amplified recovery.
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- 12 Month Warranty
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There is a new version of this item available - BodyPro V3 Percussion Massager
- 5 speed settings deliver up to 3200 percussions per minute
- 4 interchangeable head attachments
- 105° tilt handle for better reach
- Quiet - yet powerful, high-torque motor featuring Quiet Pulse™ technology
- Lightweight (2.2 lbs), lightest professional massage gun on the market
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery (Up to 4 hours of use per charge)
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Curious about the benefits of percussion massage for athletes? Learn more in our blog post here.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Percussive Massage Therapy is a type of massage that provides rapid bursts of pressure into the muscle tissue, hyper-targeting a specific problem area.
This type of therapy helps to reduce muscle soreness and tension, increase blood flow, reduce inflammation, and breakup knots.
Anyone can benefit from PMT. From athletes to individuals who sit at their desk all day, PMT therapy can help anyone relieve muscle tension.
There are many different tools for massage therapy including massage guns, vibrating massage balls, and foam rollers.
We do not recommend using the PMT massager for more than 1 minute at a time on a single spot.
No, there are different sized attachments that can be used for the different muscle groups.