Sport Massagers

Written by Robert Mac
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Sport massagers soothe tired and achy muscles with electronic pulses--and you don't have to give them a tip. After a long day at the office or as a cool-down after working out, sport massagers are a simple way to calm down tense muscles. Look for them where fitness calculators and other electronic healthcare products are sold.

Omron Heathcare, the makers of Omron pedometers and other health-related electronic gear, also produces sport massagers, such as the HV-F002A. This muscle stimulator is like having your own personal masseuse: you can choose where, how, and how intense you want to be rubbed down. Plus, it's small enough to put in a briefcase or a suitcase, so it can be used any time that you need a relaxing massage.

The Rub on Sport Massagers

Electric massagers have made tremendous changes in the past few years, becoming cheaper, lighter, and more efficient. Rather than spending time and money at a chiropractor's office, sport massagers let you enjoy massage therapy in the privacy of your own home. Manufacturers of these muscle stimulators have created a whole slew of massagers: long-handled models for home, small ones for travel, infrared-heated models for knotted muscles--plus many more.

People internalize stress more than ever now, and it manifests itself through the body. You bottle up tension and feel it in the neck and shoulders as you drive home from the office, or you work out and feel it in your muscles the next morning. Electric massagers will relieve you and are quite easy to use: put the electrodes on the areas that need massaging, choose whether you want a gentle tap or a deep rub, set the intensity level, and relax.

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