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Up your workout recovery game with a new Theragun — they’re up to $200 off

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SAVE UP TO 33%: Say goodbye to sore muscles. Therabody’s Theraguns are on sale at Amazon and Best Buy in the Prime, Elite, and Pro models, as well as on the brand’s website. As of Jan. 5, you can net a savings of up to $200 off.

We’re officially five days into the New Year, which means your muscles may or may not be feeling the pain of your resolution to exercise more regularly.

Don’t get us wrong, sore muscles aren’t a bad thing when you’re getting stronger — but there are ways to provide yourself with some relief. Enter: several Theraguns on sale at Amazon, Best Buy, and on Therabody’s website (we prefer the former two for Prime shipping and same-day pickup).

Obviously, you’ll only need to invest in one percussive massage gun to get the job done, and Theraguns are known for being some of the best in the game. To help you choose, here’s a quick rundown of what each has to offer:

Theragun Prime$198 $299 (save $101)

Why we like it

For the simplest and most streamlined Theragun experience, the Prime is your best bet. It comes with four attachment heads, can withstand up to 30 pounds of pressure, and has the same two hour battery life as the Theragun Elite.

Theragun Elite$298 $399 (save $101)

Why we like it

As an upgraded Prime, the Theragun Elite comes with five attachment heads, a carrying case, and an OLED screen for displaying the gun speed and force. Speaking of, the Elite can withstand up to 40 pounds of pressure during use, but uses the same QX65 motor as the Prime that keeps both guns plenty quiet while in use.

Theragun Pro$399 $599 (save $200)

Why we like it

While it’s the most expensive pick, the Pro is also our top pick of all the massage guns out there, Theragun or not. It’s the best option for people who know for certain that massage recovery will be a regular part of an unfaltering fitness routine, thanks to its six attachments, rotating arm for getting the best angle, and 300-minute battery life.

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