The textured, rubbery surface allows for maximum comfort while providing the needed grip during use. When using the Meteor you’ll want to avoid sensitive areas such as anywhere on your face or head. You’ll also want to be careful about superficial bones such as your spine, elbow, and knee cap.
The Meteor is versatile, and you can be creative in the ways that you use it. It can be used lying down, sitting, leaning against a wall or having another individual applying the pressure. Each method will allow for different amounts of pressure and comfort, so you can decide what works best for you, but here are a few tips to keep in mind when using the Meteor on your:
- Start by dialing the vibration and heat settings to your preference.
- Place the Meteor against the target muscle and move in small circles, paying special attention to problem areas. If at any point during use you feel too much discomfort, move on to another area. The Meteor should act, in a sense, like a scientifically calibrated deep tissue massage.
- Pro tip: If you’re struggling to apply enough pressure, let gravity be your friend use your body weight for a more intense Meteor session.