Take $200 off the Theragun Pro (4th Gen) and relax sore muscles from Mashable

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SAVE 40%: The Theragun Pro (4th Gen) is on sale for $299 at Therabody, marked down form the usual price of $499. That’s a savings of $200.

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Theragun Pro (4th Gen)
$299.00
at Therabody

$499.00
Save $200.00



Sore muscles can happen for countless reasons. Maybe you’re training for a half-marathon this summer or your weekend hiked ended up being one giant uphill. For whatever reason, going about your day with muscle soreness can be pretty disruptive. If this is a daily problem for you, today’s deal has relief written all over it.

As of April 25, the Theragun Pro (4th Gen) is on sale for $299 at Therabody, marked down from the list price of $499. That’s a 40% discount or a savings of $200.

Therabody came up with tons of features when designing the Theragun Pro (4th Gen). For starters, the hand-held muscle massager is designed to operate quietly. The brand mentions this model is 55% quieter than the 3rd Gen model.

Rather than having a stationary arm position, the Theragun Pro has a rotating arm that allows you to choose between four positions, making it easier to target that precise spot that’s sore.

Along with the Theragun Pro, you’ll get a carrying case, travel pouch, two rechargeable batteries, a battery charger, and six attachments. Each attachment is designed for a specific massage function like the Supersoft attachment for sensitive areas near bones or joints, the Cone for pin-point massages that could be great for hands or feet, and the Standard Ball which works for almost any muscle.

To customize your massage experience, select your desired speed and check the Force Meter displayed on the massage device’s OLED screen. Each of the included Lithium-Ion batteries gets about 150 minutes of use, so you’ll get about five hours of use in total before needing to charge up the batteries.

Bring home a professional-grade massage device with the Theragun Pro (4th Gen) which is currently $200 off at Therabody. Your sore muscles will thank you immensely.

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