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Save Up to $70 on Theragun Massage Guns at Woot and Get One for as Low as $140

Three of our favorite massage guns are included in the sale.

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Do you work out pretty often? Maybe you do some cardio and tackle some weights during each session. You might be building muscles that require a lot of maintenance. You want to make sure you're properly nourishing your body with enough nutrients to reach your goals.

But don't forget about relaxing and releasing tension in your muscles. That's just as important as lifting weights since your muscles need to be stretched. If you can't make it to a massage parlor every week, then a handheld massage gun is the next best thing. 

You can never go wrong with a little self-massage. Some of the best massage guns on the market right now are a bit pricey, but thanks to this sale at Woot, you can grab Theragun massage guns for a fraction of their retail price.

These are some of our favorite massage guns that relieve muscle soreness. The Theragun Mini is usually $200 but you can get it for $199. Likewise, you can save on the Theragun Prime and have it for $299. The Theragun Pro is now down to $360 from $400 ($40 off).

The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.