Review of Theragun Prime: Massages with the touch of a button? This is just what every home office requires!
IF YOU’RE SUFFERING FROM ACHE AND PAIN…
Theragun Prime is a percussive therapy device that can help you get back on track. Everything you need to know is right here.
You’ll never have to trek to your local Royal Mail distribution hub because you missed a delivery, and you’ll be around when the kids get home from school if you work from home. When it comes to posture and pains, though, it’s virtually entirely negative.
Many of us have spent the last 15 months perched on stools, crouched on folding chairs, or splayed out on sofas with our laptops balanced precariously on knees, a stack of books, or kitchen counters, after being forced to abandon our desks in offices throughout the UK virtually overnight. To be honest, none of these configurations are known for their ergonomic advantages.
That is something about which we should all be concerned. According to study conducted by the US National Institutes of Health, nearly a fifth of those who experience lower-back discomfort will develop persistent symptoms within a year if they are not treated properly. Those suffering from neck discomfort and joint pain have a similar story.
That’s where Theragun enters the picture.
Therabody created this ingenious device to alleviate all of the aches and pains that come with a jumbled-up home office – or anything else for that matter. While the device has been around for a while, with Dr. Jason Wersland developing the first prototype in 2009 and launching the firm in 2016, the global pandemic has introduced the US brand to a far wider audience.
This website got up off the couch and put a Theragun Prime through its paces to see if it’s worth the money…
Dr. Jason Wersland created the first-generation Theragun, which is a combination of “Therapy” and “Gun.” Wersland was left with excruciating agony following a traumatic motorbike accident. It’s astonishing how much of that original product’s DNA can still be seen in the latest fourth-generation device, which looks like something out of a Black And Decker catalogue – or one of the later sequels in the 50 Shades Of Grey series.
This website received a fourth-generation Theragun Prime with a triangle-shaped frame that may be handled from any of its four corners. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”