Theragun Black Friday deals: save up to £149 on this muscle-saving fitness kit

This Theragun Black Friday deal helps you save on an essential bit of post-workout recovery kit

Theragun Black Friday deals: save up to £149
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Looking for the best Black Friday fitness deals? We've got an unmissable one for you.

Right now, you can save as much as £149 on Theragun, the world-leading massage therapy gun brand at John Lewis. The super-portable Theragun 4th Gen Mini Massager is just £150, down from £175. Meanwhile the Theragun Pro Percussive Therapy Massager is priced at £300, down from £450.

Fitness fanatics the world over swear by this high-tech device to help ease sore, tight muscles. Coupled with one of the best foam rollers, it is an essential bit of kit to have to hand for recovery days. 


Theragun PRO 4th Generation Percussive Therapy Massager: £549 £400, saving £150 at John Lewis

This high-tech device is the most powerful commercial-grade percussive therapy device on the market. It comes with six different shaped attachments to work every nook and cranny of your poor, aching body, working at a rate of 40 times per second to deliver a deep muscle massage.


Theragun Prime 4th Generation Percussive Therapy Massager: £275 £225, saving £50 at John Lewis

If you're not looking to spend quite so much, the non-Pro version will serve you well. It comes with four, rather than six, attachments, but still delivers the same level of deep massage power to help bring your muscles back to life.


Theragun Mini 4th Generation Percussive Therapy Massager: £175 £150, saving £25 at John Lewis

Take Theragun's healing powers with you when you travel with this mini version of their 4th Generation massager. Available in a choice of black or white, this pocket-sized device has three speed settings and weighs less that 1.5lbs.

Stephanie Wood

Stephanie is Editor of GoodToKnow and was previously the Editor of Fit&Well. With 15 years experience, she has worked for titles including Woman&Home, MSN and Stylist, covering all aspects of women’s lifestyle including health and fitness. Her preferred way of staying fit and well is sport: she regularly plays tennis and has been a keen netballer since her school days. She plays with her London-based team, Cool Runnings, and is also a qualified Level 2 Netball Coach. Stephanie recently started strength training, and can now regularly be seen hobbling around her local area as DOMS kicks in. Happily, she’s since discovered the joy of recovery days. As a result, her top fitness tip is: invest in a foam roller!