If there's anything better than the rush of endorphins post-workout, it's the feeling of someone sinking their fingers into your oh-so-sore muscles for a rewarding massage.

The trouble is, a massage comes with a seriously long list of prerequisites! Think about it: You need a boo/roommate/sibling who is ready, willing, and able to knead your achey limbs. Or, you need to be willing to drop some dough on a professional masseuse. (And welp, being in the middle of global pandemic—in which many spas are shut down—can make that pretty difficult.). Luckily, there's a high-tech alternative you can use at home (and all on your own) to get the job done: a massage gun.

Also known as percussive guns, massage guns are a popular recovery tool designed to decrease muscle soreness and improve range of motion. How? Basically, they beat your muscles up over and over and over again. The mechanism—known as percussion massage therapy—is similar to that of manual therapy or foam rolling, explains physical therapist Grayson Wickham, D.P.T., C.S.C.S., founder of Movement Vault. The guns excel at increasing overall circulation, which means your muscles get more of the nutrient-rich blood they need to recover. "They also send inputs to your body and brain that helps your muscles lengthen (meaning, relax), which allows you to access an increased range of motion," adds Wickham.

 Toloco has been developing cost-effective massage guns since 2015. After ten product updates, the latest T11 massage gun was launched. Buy now and enjoy 30% discount。