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Old 12-11-2019, 08:15 AM   #1
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I've been seeing more and more ads for what are called "impact massagers". Two of the brand names are "Theragun" and "Hypervolt"..

Basically, the advertised concept is like a vibrating massager on steroids. They look like a toy hammer drill.

As an aging weekend warrior, I have plenty of areas that would benefit from a deep muscle massager.

Any hands-on users out there who can share their reviews?
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Old 12-11-2019, 11:20 AM   #2
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We tried them out at a relay race we ran earlier this year. They seemed to be very effective, especially if you have a partner to assist in harder to reach areas.


you can make your own for under 50$ .. no guarantees ;-)

https://www.fringesport.com/blogs/ne...n-for-under-50
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We tried them out at a relay race we ran earlier this year. They seemed to be very effective, especially if you have a partner to assist in harder to reach areas.
Did you mean to post this in the sexual frequency poll thread?
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After reading the first few posts, my mind is going to a dark place...sorry, no "Hands On" experience !
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We tried them out at a relay race we ran earlier this year. They seemed to be very effective, especially if you have a partner to assist in harder to reach areas.


you can make your own for under 50$ .. no guarantees ;-)

https://www.fringesport.com/blogs/ne...n-for-under-50
As long as your HAPPY at the ENDING of the relay race, everything should be good.
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If no sabre saw available, a hammer rill would be a good substitute. As previously noted no gurantees.
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