With the country now in a second national lockdown, this year more of us are looking to keep ourselves fit with online classes or outdoor exercise.
But we don’t always look after our recovery as well.
As the home fitness industry continues to grow, so do the range of products available to assist with both workout routines and post-exercise recovery.
Manchester-based tech firm Pulseroll are industry leaders in producing vibration training, recovery and fitness products.
Now, in a bid to raise as much money as possible for NHS Charities Together and all of the amazing causes they support, the brand have released a special-edition blue version of their most popular product, the massage gun, in partnership with the charity.
The NHS massage gun is scientifically proven to ease soreness, improve flexibility and increase range of motion.
A lightweight and portable massage tool, it uses strong pulses to stimulate blood flow to the muscles and puts the power of recovery directly in your hands.
The revolutionary tool has six attachments and four speed settings, and is designed for everyone, but especially those who suffer from muscle injury, general aches and pains.
It also creates a relaxing and calming feeling to the recovery process, improving your mental wellbeing, too.
The therapeutic device is perfect for helping to unwind after a long day, and will relax the muscles, providing a deep tissue massage in the comfort of your home.
It has a five-hour battery life – and it’s really quiet too, meaning you can use it even when you’ve got an episode of Corrie on the box.
Unsurprisingly, the special edition product has had a myriad of support from sporting professionals and athletes, professional physios and fitness trainers, celebrities and TV doctors.
Supporters of Pulseroll’s NHS partnership include Manchester City Football Club, boxing legend Amir Khan, professional golfer Justin Rose and Olympian Jessica Ennis.
Celebrity supporters including pop stars Fleur East and Mollie King and a whole host of other high profile names have been championing the campaign after experiencing the many benefits of Pulseroll’s products first hand – including singer and reality star Jake Quickenden, who has just become an ambassador for the brand.
Pulseroll’s products have also featured on ITVs This Morning and are used on both Strictly Come Dancing and Dancing On Ice as a form of recovery and therapy.
And the amazing team of doctors, nurses and supporting staff who are working tirelessly at present to support such difficult demand for healthcare on our NHS are also loving it.
Now we have a home gym we’ve ordered one of these. I developed a shift in my pelvis when I was pregnant and it’s caused me so much pain. This is amazing. Like a personal massage you can do yourself and everyday if you want to. @NHSCharities @pulserolluk @benpostma pic.twitter.com/gHzcxCUW2F— Lady Chelsea Norris (@radiochelsea) September 29, 2020
£25 from each sale is donated directly to the charity as well as all NHS staff receiving special discounts off Pulseroll products.
Due to such high demand for their NHS partnership massage gun, Pulseroll intend to keep the special-edition product as a permanent fixture to their signature range of products, and are driven to continue raising funds.
If you’ve not yet experienced the benefits of massage guns and percussion therapy, why not make your purchase one that counts and help support the NHS at the same time?
It’s a no-brainer if you ask us.
And I Love MCR readers can also head our to our Instagram page for a chance to win two percussion massage guns, one original in red/black, and one NHS Charities Together special-edition blue version… one for you and your bestie!