Hyperice introduces Hypervolt, a cordless, handheld vibrating roller device built to provide self-myofascial release and massage for sore muscles and help relieve pain.
The device, which weighs 2.5 pounds, features a powerful high-torque motor with Hyperice’s Quiet Glide Technology designed to limit noise when the device is in use, three vibration speed settings, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and four interchangeable head attachments.
Its benefits include increased range of motion; relief from muscle pain, stiffness, and soreness; and increased circulation and blood flow.
“Recovery and mobility tools are no longer used only by athletes, they have become essential for everyone from fitness enthusiasts, to personal trainers and physical therapists. This was top of mind when developing this new product,” says Anthony Katz, founder of Hyperice, in a media release.
“As the global health and wellness space continues to grow and evolve at a rapid pace, so does our desire to innovate. We will continue to push ourselves to lead this space through technology and education,” adds Jim Huether, CEO of Hyperice, in the release. “Hypervolt is a perfect example of this commitment.”