Get $100 off the Hyperice Hypervolt massage gun for soothing sore muscles

Get $100 off the Hyperice Hypervolt massage gun for soothing sore muscles
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If you struggle with post-workout muscle soreness, this Presidents’ Day deal on a top-rated Hyperice Hypervolt percussive massager is just for you. Best Buy is currently offering a $100 discount on the Hypervolt Vibration Massage Gun, reducing it to $249 (was $349). Hyperice is one of the main rivals to Theragun, home to some of the world’s best handheld massagers, and this specific Hypervolt device has over 1,900 user reviews on Best Buy, averaging 4.8 out of 5 stars.

Muscle pain is no joke, but it’s common if you push yourself during a workout. To ease tension and soreness, percussive massagers like the Hyperice Hypervolt dish out something called vibration therapy. This involves delivering rapid bursts of pressure into your muscle tissue and is ideal for targeting hard-to-reach trouble spots. 

So if you already own one of the best home gyms and are wondering what to buy next, consider a massage gun to help you recover faster from exercise, and prevent DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness). Not to mention, they’re heavenly for massaging sore necks and backs after a day sitting at your home office desk (or dining table).

| Now $249

Hyperice Hypervolt Hypervolt Vibration Massage Gun | Was $349 | Now $249
This top-rated Hypervolt device comes with five interchangeable heads to target different muscles. It should run for three hours per full charge, and pumps out a hefty 3,200 pulses per minute to pummel sore muscles into submission.

Some percussive massagers are far too noisy. Hyperice aims to dampen this with its use of Quiet Glide technology. Still, don’t expect it to be whisper quiet on the highest speed. Speaking of which, there are three speeds of vibration therapy on offer here. If you fire up the Hyperice companion app (iOS, Android) you’ll be guided as to which speed (and duration) is best for the muscles you’re targeting and the type of exercise you’ve performed, whether you were breaking a sweat during HIIT or covering off the miles on a treadmill.

There are three pressure levels too, so you don’t have to roll with the same level of intensity each time. Again, you’ll be guided by the app as to which level is right, and which of the interchangeable heads you should use for different muscles.

Ultimately, if you want to boost your exercise warm-up and recovery routine, and ensure you’re maximizing both, the Hyperice Hypervolt Vibration Massage Gun is worth a shot at $100 off. Early studies are showing that such devices can help improve a person’s range of motion and flexibility too, so there are general benefits beyond exercise recovery.

Looking for more fitness content? Try our guides to the best elliptical machines for a full-body workout, or the best exercise bikes for spin class at home. Want to track your activity? Grab one of the best fitness trackers for all budgets.

Claire Davies

Claire is Health and Wellness Editor at Top Ten Reviews and covers all aspects of health, wellbeing and personal care. With over 17 years' experience as a qualified journalist, writer and editor, Claire has worked across some of Future's most prestigious, market-leading brands. Due to past struggles with insomnia, she is particularly passionate about the role quality sleep plays in our physical and mental health, and loves helping readers to sleep better. Claire is always keen to hear from brands regarding products and services that can help readers feel healthy, happy and empowered.