As featured in GQ Magazine:
...I discovered the Hyperice Hypervolt. Like all of the other Hyperice products, takes a core physical training concept, improves it, and makes the product look 10 times more attractive than the other medically-inspired equipment out there. They’ve got shoulder slings that work better than ice packs, and back wraps that work better than regular heating pads. And they’re good enough for guys like Russell Westbrook and LeBron James, who each put so much pressure on their knees every night that mine would probably just explode if they were subjected to the same thing.
But of all their products, the Hypervolt is the best. It’s a massage tool, but one so powerful and easy to use that you don’t need a trainer to make use of it. It’s wireless, but puts out a just-shy-of-unbearable amount of power at its highest setting, making it easy to dig deep and stay there. It’s hard to apply pressure on your own body, but the HyperVolt is so powerful it barely requires anything out of you at all. Keep it in one spot, and you’ll feel a surge of vibrations doing work on your muscles.
One of the cruel realities of staying active after your early 20s is that you can get serious injuries while playing sports at a very non-serious level. If you’re constantly shaking off some back stiffness or suffer a micro-tear after hoofing it too hard on the local track, the HyperVolt is worth every single penny. Even if you just like a back massage every here and then, it delivers relaxation just as well as it delivers rejuvenation. Plus, it’s quiet compared to other massagers, which sound like jackhammers hitting a pillow.