Update, Dec. 3: As indicated above, this Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal is no longer available.
Theragun, which makes some of the most, has deeply discounted all three of its models for and Cyber Monday. The company uses percussive therapy to treat muscle soreness and has become a hit with pro athletes. If you're looking to join their ranks (or at least recover like a pro), a Cyber Week sale is just the right time to add one of these high-end machines to your fitness routine. The top-of-the-line G3PRO, normally $599, is currently on sale for $399. The G3 model has dropped from $399 to $299 and the entry-level Liv model is now $199 (regularly $249). The sale runs through Dec. 2, so if you've been eyeing one of these since Black Friday, now is the time to click "Buy"!
Also, if you don't feel like scrambling for your wallet at this hour, Theragun offers PayPal and Amazon Pay at checkout. That means you don't need to input a credit card if you already have accounts at either.)
Theraguns use. Think of it as a deep tissue massage, without the spa or the masseuse. The high-powered thumping movements and vibrations Theraguns provide supposedly reach deeper into your muscles than foam rolling or a professional hands-on massage.
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Theragun G3PRO for $399
The top-of-the-line Theragun G3Pro uses up to 60 pounds of force to break up tight muscles and improve your range of motion. The massage gun has four arm positions, allowing you to reach tight spots, like your lower back or glutes. It also comes with two swappable batteries so you'll always be able to use the G3Pro when you need it.
Theragun G3 for $299
The G3 provides the same power as the G3Pro, but with fewer features for less money. You'll still get a powerful motor that puts out percussive vibrations that can ease tight muscles. It's a great device for the person in your life who loves to exercise and could use an upgrade from a foam roller.
Theragun Liv for $199
The least expensive Theragun, the Liv has only one power setting and uses up to 30 pounds of force to relieve sore muscles. It has the same ergonomic design as the more expensive models and would be a great gift for anyone with chronic muscle tension.
Originally published earlier this month.