Hyperice's Hypersphere Mini Massage Therapy Ball Will Ease Your Achy, Tension-Filled Muscles

Hyperice's Hypersphere Mini Massage Therapy Ball Will Ease Your Achy, Tension-Filled Muscles
Have you ever wanted to give yourself a neck massage, but you can't because you're only human and not a particularly long-legged octopus?

Instead of harassing your partner or friend into helping you out, you could invest in a device that'll do the work for you. And not only the neck massage work, but other muscle tightness or soreness you might have slowing down your body. The device I'm referring to Hyperice's Hypersphere Mini high-intensity vibrating massage ball. You'll want to take it everywhere with you, and you should.

As you may have noticed, massage rollers and percussive therapy guns are all the rage these days in the wellness world. Stretching is great and all, but it's not high tech, and it doesn't target deep muscle tissue. So machines step in to do the work. The Hypersphere Mini is a ball that fits into the palm of your hand. It vibrates at three different intensities—low, medium, and high—and you roll it over your muscles, wherever they need some loosening up. The vibrations are designed to ease tension. Tension is bad. Your muscles will feel good.

You can use this vibrating ball wherever you need to. Really. Because it's so small, it won't take up space in your car—for neck massages when the road trip gets too long—or your workout bag—if you'd rather do all your fitness-related activities at the gym. As for charge, it'll hold two hours worth of it and automatically shut off after 10 minutes of use so you don't overdo it. (That'll also give your hands a rest from holding onto it.) Before you take it out at your desk, at the airport terminal, or near you gym locker, keep in mind that it isn't a silent device. The vibrations make noise. But given the choice between tight muscles and muscle relief, we'll take the relief.

Carting around a foam roller is a pain in the ass—those things can get massive—and besides, they don't always come with a vibrating machine inside to really get deep into your calves, shoulders, quads, and whatever else. Spending big on a percussive therapy gun isn't smart for everyone. A deep tissue massage is expensive and only offers a one-time fix. And even Hyperice's regular-sized Hypersphere vibrating massage ball is quite large. The Hypersphere Mini can be your answer to all; it's small, it's much more affordable, and it works as long as you keep it charged up. If stretching alone won't get your muscles feeling right, then this might.

Order your Hypersphere Mini HERE

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