There are several attachment options available for the Theragun Elite, which can be better for specific muscle problems, for example, a standard ball, a flat head, a wedge, and a cone.
In this article, I will tell you in detail how to change attachments on Theragun Elite, because each one is adapted to treat a specific area of your body more comfortably.
The attachments are easily replaceable, so you can get the treatment you want anytime, anywhere.
How to Use Different Theragun Attachments?
Different attachments on a Theragun can be used for different purposes. Some attachments can be used for general body massage, while others can be used for specific areas or for affected deep tissue work.
Here are some tips on how to use different Theragun attachments.
Percussion massage: Use the percussion attachment to help loosen and relax muscles. Apply moderate pressure and move the attachment in a slow, circular motion.
Ball massage: The ball attachment is great for affected massage. Use it to apply pressure to specific areas and to help release muscle knots.
Cone massage: The cone attachment is ideal for trigger point massage. Apply pressure to specific areas and use the attachment to help release muscle knots.
Fork massage: The fork attachment is perfect for affecting specific muscle groups. Use it to apply pressure to areas such as the neck, shoulders, or lower back.
Saddle massage: The saddle attachment is ideal for a full-body massage. Use it to loosen and relax muscles all over the body.
Next, we’ll look at how to change Theragun head.
Steps to Change Attachments on Theragun Elite
If you’re looking for a thorough explanation: how to change head on Theragun Elite, – then this Theragun Attachments guide is perfect for you. It takes you through all of the steps from start to finish and explains everything in a very clear and concise way.
To change the attachments on the Theragun Elite, simply follow these 5 steps:
- Turn the device off and disconnect it from the power source.
- Hold the attachment firmly in one hand.
- Keep your arm straight. Grasp the handle of the massager, grasp the attachment firmly, and then simply pull them apart. A steady (but not forceful) force is required for the attachment to disengage.
- Choose your desired replacement attachment and fix it to the tip of the arm.
- Connect the device back in and turn it on.
What speeds on a Theragun Elite?
The Elite comes with 5 built-in speeds (1750, 1900, 2100, 2200, and 2400 percussions per minute). It also can be controlled in the app via Bluetooth to select any speed between our scientifically calibrated 1750-2400 PPM range.
What is the wedge used for on Theragun?
The wedge attachment is specifically designed for affected relief on hard-to-reach areas of the body. The attachment will deliver a deep tissue massage on the specific areas you’re focusing on.
Does the Theragun Elite come with attachments?
Yes, the Theragun Elite comes with 5 attachments, including Standard Ball, the Dampener, Cone, Wedge, and Thumb. Each of these attachments is designed to comfortably work on specific areas of the body. Each attachment is uniquely resilient and shaped to provide the right action in the desired area.
Do therapists recommend Theraguns?
The Theragun is a tool that both therapists and patients swear by for its excellent performance and its ability to relieve muscle pain. It is a great addition to any home gym.
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The different Theragun attachments can help affect specific areas of the body, providing relief for achy muscles.
Changing a Theragun attachment is a great way to customize your Theragun massage gun, but it must be done correctly to get the most benefit.
Which Theragun Elite attachment is your favorite? Did you encounter any problems while changing the attachment? Share your answers in the comments!