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Millions of people around the world have resolved to move more and kickstart their fitness journeys back up for the new year, and if you happen to be one of them, then you should expect some muscle soreness. The first time back at the gym after a long hiatus typically results in what is called delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), which is caused by micro-tears in the muscle fibers. This damage may cause swelling and inflammation, causing pain when you contract or stretch the muscle.

Incurring DOMS is normal, but the good news is you can make it bearable with a massage. You can even do the massage yourself with a tool like the Restore-32 Massage Gun, which is designed to deliver effective deep tissue massage, ideal for muscle soreness and post-workout therapy. 

As you can tell by the name, Restore-32 is specifically built to help restore your aching muscles. Its pulsating action provides percussive therapy, which not only soothes muscle pain but also helps facilitate blood circulation. It features 32 variable speeds, allowing you to adjust the intensity and enjoy a more personalized massage. It also comes with 4 attachment heads to target different muscle groups. All you have to do is swap out the heads to hit the right spots.

With 2 hours of battery life, you can feel free to use Restore-32 during warm-ups and cool-downs. There’s a built-in sensor as well, which shuts the device off automatically after 15 minutes of continued use in one spot. It’s also designed to operate quietly, so you won’t get distracted by any pesky buzzing sounds.

This 32-speed massage gun is just what’s missing in your wellness routine. It normally retails for $199, but you can grab it on sale for only $49.99.

Prices subject to change.

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