Fish Stripes is always here for you during the Marlins offseason, but it’s not quite business as usual. The MLB lockout has very obviously altered our coverage as well as my personal routine. I can turn off Twitter notifications from baseball insiders and leave my home office far more often during daylight hours without worrying about missing any major scoops or rumors. Rather than wallowing in boredom, I take my dog on extended walks and make extra trips to the gym.
Transitioning to this more active lifestyle has gone smoother than expected thanks to the therapeutic wonders of Exogun.
This handheld massager is particularly useful for my feet—the soles of my sneakers have been badly worn down, so like clockwork, I began feeling soreness down there every exercise session after a certain amount of steps. But a five-minute Exogun massage on each foot at a medium intensity stops the soreness in its tracks. My father and I were surprised by how effective the massager was on his hand when we tried it at Thanksgiving (he underwent surgery for an inflamed tendon earlier this year). It can also bring relief to your neck, chest, deltoids, arms, back, glutes, hip, quads and shins.
My Exogun device is cordless, quiet and lightweight, and I can go weeks at a time without needing to recharge it. The charger was included with the original shipment along with four attachments to target different muscle groups, all contained in a durable, zip-up carrying case. True to my clumsy nature, I’ve dropped the massager on the floor (multiple times) from my bed and bathroom vanity without causing any discernible damage. It is idiot-proof.
I highly recommend treating yourself to an Exogun Dream Pro this holiday season or gifting it to loved ones of all ages.