Q: Do you provide an English manual?
A: Yes, we provide an English manual in the package. 

Q: How often should i use the massage gun?
A: Here are some general guidelines for how often or how much you should use a massage gun:

Muscle activation - 30 seconds: Before a workout or activity, target your muscles with the massage gun for up to 30 seconds to activate muscles and nerve fibers.

Muscle activation - 15 seconds: Use the massage gun in the middle of a training session for about 15 seconds on each muscle group. Muscles that start to get tired or get a slight cramp can be given a lift with another 15 second session.

Recovery and pain relief - 2 minutes: After training, you can safely use the massage gun for up to 2 minutes on each muscle group. This process can be repeated throughout the day with at least 1-2 hours of rest in between.

Q: Can you use the massage gun for neck problems?
A: If you use it with care, is it possible to use a massage gun on your neck. To use a massage gun for neck pain, do we recommend that you first consider your tolerance to vibration produced by the massage gun. Applying too much pressure can potentially put more neck pain.

Q: Can you use the massage gun while you are pregnant?
A: *IMPORTANT* If you are pregnant, do you need to ask your doctor before you can use a massage gun or other therapeutic equipment. A massage gun can be a soothing treatment for a pregnant lady. Most women during pregnancy will develop some degree of pain, most often in the lower back or between the shoulder blades. If the massage gun is used with care around these areas, it should be okay to use it. We recommend that you start slowly to see how your body responds.

Q: Can a massage gun help you against lower back pain?
A: It is estimated that 80% of all adults will experience back pain once in a lifetime. Although it is first important to speak with a doctor to find out what the problem is. But the massage gun is the perfect device to help lower back pain. If the pain you experience in the lower back is acute, we recommend that you start at a lower setting to consider the pain tolerance. You have to give plenty of time between massages to make sure you do not give more pain to your lower back.