Features a large, flat contact point. Great for large muscle groups such as the calves, and hamstrings allowing you to cover more surface area in less time
Features a more concentrated contact point which re-enacts a thumb. Best for pinpointing specific areas of the feet or around joints.
Features a long, wide contact point. Great for scraping along the upper arms, chest, shoulders and biceps.
Features a cushioning effect for users new to percussive therapy. Great for large muscles such as the glutes, adductors, or lower back, and also more sensitive areas such as the knee.
Featuring a two-pronged shape, the fork head is great for getting into smaller, slimmer muscle regions such as the Achilles, IT-band, forearms, or along the spine.
The large round head is used for large muscle groups such as the quads, hamstrings, traps, and upper back.