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RecovaPro massage gun review

Read Time:   |  November 25, 2020

Good vibrations: we check out the RecovaPro SE and RecovaPro LITE massage guns

Recovapro massage gun review

RECOVAPRO Percussion Massage Device
£229 Tester: Holly

Whether you’ve upped your training ahead of a big race, are completely brand new to running or are an old hand, your muscles probably have a few complaints. Let me introduce you to the RecovaPro, here to relieve discomfort and speed up your recovery time, so you can get back to training in no time.

The RecovaPro SE won the Editor’s Choice award in our 2020 Product Awards Best Recovery gear category, after becoming a firm favourite at Women’s Running HQ. I use it after every single run and it was vital to my recent half marathon training. Here’s a little bit about how it works…

How it works

This massage gun uses percussive vibrations to work into sore or tired muscles, helping your body to recover more quickly after exerting yourself. It’s 2020’s answer to using a foam roller and we’re all for it.

This is a serious piece of kit and its sturdiness and reliability justify the higher price point. The innovation displayed in its design is impressive – the Smart Glide Technology™ behind the motor really does create a smooth motion that makes massaging simultaneously more comfortable  and more powerful. With five speed settings you can tailor your massage to suit you, honing in on the points that need the most attention. The battery life is excellent, too – it charges quickly and lasts for hours.

The RecovaPro comes with five interchangeable attachments: the Flathead for general use, which can also be used with the Power head to dig into areas where you might normally use a thumb, the Forkhead for neck and spine, the Round head for large groups of muscle and the Bullet head for deep tissue and trigger points. I found a combination of the Round head and the Bullet head worked best for me – the Round head worked a treat on general aches and pains and would help me to discover the real nasty niggles, which I’d then apply pressure to with the Bullet.

Written by

Holly Taylor

Holly Taylor

Currently training for her second half marathon

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