Mark Wahlberg demonstrates massage tool after it was called a sex toy

Mark Wahlberg shows off a massage tool to show his co-star its true use.

Mark Wahlberg has kept itself in great shape over the years. He is one of Hollywood’s biggest stars and many of his roles require a muscular physique. Wahlberg has made many physical transformations over the years and knows a thing or two about keeping his muscles in shape.

One way is to keep the muscles loose by stretching or using a massage gun. Recently, Wahlberg took the time to demonstrate a tool called Power Plate Pulse. This is a new massage gun that allows users to target any area they want to work on. Due to the weapon’s appearance, Wahlberg co-star Tom Holland called it a sex toy.

“Mr. Tom Holland, you see this. Power Plate Pulse. This is a massage tool for muscle recovery. Nothing else. Muscle recovery. It’s the Power Plate Pulse. It’s the battery the quietest and the longest, and it is also antimicrobial.

Mark Wahlberg and Tom Holland are currently working together on a project called Unexplored. Wahlberg decided to use video to showcase the product and advertise the company.

Wahlberg is an ambassador and shareholder of the company. It is not surprising to see him using the product and showing its uses. Wahlberg was seen in his home gym shirtless to directly target muscles. It uses vibrations to reach targeted areas and is a product that has a six hour battery life with six different heads.

“Massage tool strictly for muscle recovery @tomholland2013@unchartedmovie @powerplateusa 💪🏼💪🏼”

Mark Wahlberg was able to maintain his shredded physique at 50. This is partly because of his motivation and partly because of his career. Wahlberg had to gain and lose weight over the course of his career depending on certain roles. Any product it puts its name to has to be worth it and this massage gun seems to be one of those products.

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Greg has covered all four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites including Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation, NJ.com and FanSided. Now he is making the transition to the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.