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Do They Really Work? Physiotherapist Explains Tech Recovery Gadgets | #hwzschoolsyou

Do They Really Work? Physiotherapist Explains Tech Recovery Gadgets | #hwzschoolsyou

<p>Percussions guns, electrical muscle stimulators, wireless foam rollers and red light belts. Do these high-tech recovery gadgets actually work? Can they do more harm than good? Zach talks to a professional physiotherapist to find out.</p><p>Interested in these gadgets? Buy the <b>Hydragun (S$399)</b> <a href="https://www.hydragun.sg/" target="_blank">here</a>, <b>Theragun Pro (S$899)</b> and <b>Wave Duo (S$149)</b> <a href="https://weareready.sg/pages/therabody" target="_blank">here</a>, and <b>FlexBeam (S$879)</b> <a href="https://weareready.sg/collections/recharge-health/flexbeam" target="_blank">here</a>.</p>
Wish granted! Fitbit's Charge set to rush into stores before Christmas

Wish granted! Fitbit's Charge set to rush into stores before Christmas

To all those wishing for a Fitbit Charge as a Chrismas present, Santa (or somebody at Fitbit) heard your wishes. The Charge is coming before Chrismas locally!
Fitbit officially announces new line of activity trackers - Charge and Surge

Fitbit officially announces new line of activity trackers - Charge and Surge

Fitbit announces its new upcoming activity trackers; the Charge, Charge HR and the Surge with prices ranging from S$169 to S$329. Check out how what's in store for each version.
Fitbit's Surge aims to be the smart watch for hardcore fitness aficionados

Fitbit's Surge aims to be the smart watch for hardcore fitness aficionados

Hot on the heels of the rumor of Microsoft's foray into the world of fitness wearables comes the revelation of the Fitbit Surge, which is more than just a regular fitness tracker or smart watch. In fact, it might be marketed as a 'super watch'.