How to use massage gun

Massage guns are everywhere. Sporting goods stores stock them and they’re certainly not hard to come by online. Athletes endorse them and fitness trainers back them, but they’re more than just a trend.

This popularity is all for good reason—massage guns work but only if you need to use them correctly.

 

How to properly use a massage gun

They are made of by the food-grade-silicone, Soft, comfortable, and flexible. Bring you maximum safety and a balanced pressure, making the breo mini-massage gun highly resistant to damage and degradation from extreme temperatures.

Standard round massage head
For overall relaxation and recovery on large muscle groups
breo’s standard ball head simulates the touch of the human thumb with the therapeutic benefits of percussive therapy. A more targeted option for large muscle group relief in general.


Flat massage head
For smaller surface area and stiff muscle groups
It is perfectly suitable for shoulder blades and IT band relief, helping to flush lactic acid out of muscles and promote lymph node detox. It is also perfect for use on more dense muscle groups.


Cone-shaped massage head
For pinpoint muscle treatment and small muscle groups
This head is designed for pinpoint muscle treatment, trigger points, and small muscle areas, like hands, feet, joints, and wrists, to break up scar tissue and deliver our most targeted percussive treatment.

 

How Not to Use a Massage Gun

In general, massage guns are safe to use for muscle soreness and as a tool to improve your fitness. However, you should be aware of common improper uses of massage guns.
Don’t use a massage gun:
• On bony areas
• On musculoskeletal injuries such as sprains and strains
• On bruises or open wounds
• If you have severe or unexplained pain
• Without talking to your doctor if you have arthritis, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia or another musculoskeletal condition
• If you are pregnant