An Inversion Table is A gravitational device that will help you achieve this by placing you in the required "Inverted" state. The Inversion table, you can relieve the stress on your lower back, & relieve pressure on the discs & nerve roots. You can increase blood flow to your lower spine, increase body flexibility. Your discs will recover lost moisture & to return to their original shape.
- Heated pad is light weight and portable and can be used while attached to the inversion table or removed for relaxing in your favorite lounge chair or even in bed
- High density foam rollers are designed to comfortably secure your legs while inverting. The oversized padding insures the back of the calf won't feel a harsh pinch
- Inversion table to your height and weight with the easy to adjust height adjuster rod
- Thick foam ergonomically designed backrest with contour fit pad provides thetimate in comfort and support
- Equipped with an easy to use, integrated hand controller which allows you to customize your function by adjusting heat, time, and intensity, while you are on and off the inversion table
- Fights Compression Fatigue
- Posture and Joint Improvement
- Increases Body Flexibility
- Spinal Decompression
- Reduces Back Stress
- Stimulates Blood Circulation
- Eliminates Back & Neck Pain
- Color: Blue/Black
- Material: Nylon
- Pad Dimension: 19"(W) x 43-1/2"(H)
- Adjustable User Heights: 4'10" - 6'4"
- Max User Weight: 300lbs
- Assembly Require: Yes
- Foldable: Yes
- Overall Dimension: 51"(L) x 31"(W) x 30"(H)
- Inversion Table
I am 6'4 about 170 and was worried about the overall height / sturdiness of this but its built very well! I can comfortably recline all the way upside down if I want, only downside I've noticed is you can't lock yourself into one position so you kind of have to stabilize how far you go by utilizing the handle bars. Not hard to do though. I also have several herniated / bulging discs in my sciatic - L3 and the vibration/heating feature is amazing for muscle pain! Worth the money for sure. Very comfortable + cushioned so you're not laying on a hard surface
What I need in an inversion table is full 180 degree inversion (all the way over), and foam rollers at the ankles since I'm petite and my ankles are bony. This inversion table fits the bill. It was easy to assemble, provided you have an extension for tightening the bolts that are recessed (inside two pieces of metal where you can't get to them with the flat wrench provided). The foam ankle supports don't completely close over my small ankles, but I can get wider foam rollers and exchange them if I need to. The sturdiness is decent - I've had sturdier inversion tables, but this one will hold up and do the job. It's fairly compact, and not too heavy to move. All in all it's a decent table for the price.
Excellent materials and desgn. Probably the best product I have ever purchased on the internet,Would like to see a catalog of this company's other offerings.