Hyperice Hypervolt Best Buy deal: Grab the home therapy massage gun for cheap

The portable massage gun Hyperice Hypervolt Plus has been slashed by $50 at Best Buy

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Whether you have just started an exercise routine or you're a seasoned gym bunny, you'll know the biggest factor that prevents you from fitting in more exercise is sore muscles from your previous session. These aches and pains are referred to as delayed onset muscle soreness, or DOMS.

There's an answer to getting rid of these aches and pains quickly and efficiently: a portable massage gun. Hyperice is one of the most popular brand out there, and for good reason: with Quiet Glide tech and its ability to attack deep tissue problems, the massage gun can power away the stubbornness of knots. 

Check out this Best Buy price on one of Hyperice's most popular models, the Hypervolt in silver and black, for just $299.99 – saving you a cool $50.

Hyperice Hypervolt Body Massager - Black/Silver| was $349.99 | now $299.99 at Best Buy

Hyperice Hypervolt Body Massager - Black/Silver| was $349.99 | now $299.99 at Best Buy
Best Buy are stocking one of the best new fitness tools on the market. The Hyperice Hypervolt gets rid of aches and pains with three speed settings delivering up to 3200 percussions per minute. With Quick Glide technology and swappable heads, this is said to be " quietest, most advanced percussion massage device on planet earth", just the thing to pummel away DOMS.  

The popularity of these Hyperice portable massage devices showcases how into recovery and mobility the fitness world has become. Muscular pain is preventable, easily treatable and sorting it can vastly improve our quality of life. It's no wonder these devices are so popular. 

Another great way to prevent muscular pain after a workout is by incorporating a thorough stretching routine. Not only does it alleviate muscular pain (essential alongside those pounding Hyperice sessions) according to studies but it improves your strength and mobility in later life. 

A study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE promoted the importance of mobility training. Your muscles naturally contract as you age, so dedicated training to lengthen them results in better quality of life, whether you're rising from a chair to make a cup of tea, or going for a walk in the park. Check out our beginner's guide to stretching for more. 

Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.