Myovolt has released four wearable recovery devices – for the arms, shoulders, lower back, and legs – that use ”focal vibration to massage muscles, stimulate blood flow, promote localized circulation, relieve soreness, and increase flexibility for athletes.” According to the company, ten minutes’ use can reduce soreness by up to 70 percent. The units range in price from $130 to $150 and are now available in the U.S. via www.myovolt.com. They are also being made available in Australia and New Zealand, where the company is based, and will be marketed elsewhere as of May 20. The company was founded in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2014. Over the past 20 years, members of its staff have helped develop “garment-integrated electronics and wearable tech” for NASA, the U.S. military, and companies such as Apple, Adidas, Decathlon, Levi’s, BMW, Burton and Nike.