Massage Therapy Pros

Theragun’s Lower Priced Massage Tools Will Help Eliminate Soreness

April 23, 2019 Sports and Outdoors By
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Theragun, the brand that makes massage therapy tools, dropped two new handheld massage tools at a lower price than the original Theragun G3 Pro: the G3 and the Liv. The two massage therapy tools are meant to help ease your aches and pains post-workout and get your muscle fibers going to help you warm up. Each looks almost identical to the G3 Pro (which we’ve reviewed here), just with different color variations — the G3 Pro is all black with a bright blue motor, the G3 is all black, and the Liv is black and white. You can throw all three devices in your gym bag or carry-on, and all are rechargeable.

The three differ in price with the G3 Pro at $599, the G3 at $399 and the Liv at $299. The G3 Pro has two speeds, 16mm of amplitude and up to 60-pounds of force. Its battery lasts for 75-minutes and it weighs 3.1-pounds. The G3 can deliver up to 40-pounds of force and weighs 2.7-pounds. The Liv has just one speed, one interchangeable head or attachment and it delivers up to 30-pounds of force with 45-minute battery life. These two new tools from Theragun give potential customers more options in addition to a better price range. Both are available today on Theragun’s site.


Gear Patrol also recommends:
GoFit Foot and Hand Massage Roller ($25)
Hyperice Hypervolt Cordless Vibration Massager ($349)
Theragun G3 Pro ($599)
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