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Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table

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  • Inversion therapy table for elongating spine and relaxing back muscles
  • Lower spring-loaded pull pin for easy ankle adjustments; 250-pound capacity
  • Safety strap lets you control inverting angles; safety lock keeps table secure
  • Folds up for easy storage and transport; U-shaped handrails
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Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table + North American Healthcare JB4866 Arched Back Stretcher + Spine-Worx Back Realignment Device
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Product Description


Inversion therapy counteracts the forces of gravity on the body (particularly the back) by decompressing and elongating the spine. Not only can this relieve pressure on your spinal cord's ligaments and nerve roots, but it can also relax the back muscles that support the vertebrae. And when your back relaxes, the rest of your body invariably follows. The Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table can make a great addition to your daily routine, and help to improve your circulation and posture while relieving muscle aches, back pain, and stress.

The IT8070 is easy to adjust, with a deluxe dual-pin system that lets you quickly find the right position (within a height range of 4' 7" to 6' 8"). It's also a breeze to use: once you rest your body against the pad and lock your feet behind the ankle supports, you simply reach your arms over your head. As your arms go up, your body will gradually invert until you're almost completely upside down. The only inputs are your energy and gravity itself. Construction features include a lower spring-loaded pull pin that allows for easy ankle adjustments; four safe and comfortable foam rollers; U-shaped handrails; a safety strap that lets you control the desired inverting angles; and a safety lock for when you aren't using the table.

The IT8070, which folds for easy storage, will support up to 250 pounds.

Key Features:

  • Assembled Dimensions: 55-1/2 by 29-1/2 by 57-7/8 inches (L x W x H)
  • Folded Dimensions: 13 by 29 by 75 inches (L x W x H)
  • Adjustable within a height range of 4' 7" to 6' 8"
  • Pull-pin adjustment system
  • Lower spring-loaded pull-pin for ankle adjustment
  • Four foam rollers help to cushion your ankles
  • High-density foam cushion for comfort
  • U-shaped handrails for added security
  • Safety strap allows you to control inverting angles
  • Safety lock keeps the table in place when not in use
  • Folds for easy storage
  • 250-pound user weight capacity

Product Description

Inversion Therapy counteracts the forces of gravity on the body (particularly the back) by decompressing and elongating the spine. This relieves pressure on your spinal cord’s ligaments and nerve roots. In essence, Inversion Therapy reverses the negative effects of gravity. Using the Body Champ Inversion Table for just 10 minutes a day will allow you to be on your way to improved circulation and posture while relieving muscle aches, back pain and stress. Folds for easy storage.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 49.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001IBIQ5Q
  • Item model number: IT8070
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (685 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,804 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is very well built, sturdy and easy to use.
If you have been thinking about buying an inversion table...DO IT!!
We use it once a day, and our backs feel a lot better!
A. Howard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

448 of 480 people found the following review helpful By MD on December 16, 2010
First of all, don't buy this if you can't take hanging upside down, or partially upside down. This is an inversion table, and called such because it "inverts" your body, and so you're put into an upside-down position. Also know that this device can increase the pressure in your eyes, so if you have eye trouble, check with your doctor first before jumping right in.

That being said, this is a great device that "stretches" the spine. I use the word stretch, but the effect on your spine is a little more than that. When you use this machine, and your body is inverted, this imparts a traction force on your spine, which distracts your vertebrae. So, traction is the force that the inversion table puts on your spine, distraction is the effect.

Now when your spine is distracted, the vertebrae that arw stacked on one another (with a disc in between them), move farther apart from each other- which takes pressure off the discs that lie between them- and this is a very good thing for your discs. This is because the discs are being compressed all day long as we move around in an upright position. Know that the discs have a high water content, and as you sleep in a horizontal position in bed, they actually swell a bit as they pick up water overnight (because they're not being compressed). Then, when you get up in the morning and move around all day with your spine in a vertical position, this water is expressed to a certain degree throughout the day. This is why you are a little taller in the morning than at the end of the day!

As you can see, this device is very good for your discs- especially ones that are herniated. Other good things this device can do for you is take pressure off pinched or compressed spinal nerves in your back.
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129 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Mayomay on May 29, 2009
I've had it for about a month now, and I LOVE IT! Hubby and I are even starting to do sit-ups while on it! I have hip and back pains, and althought when they're really bad, it takes me several minutes to get myself into position on the board. But every time, I'm only on it for 2, maybe 3 minutes, and it's like a miracle! Pain free for days/weeks! I only use it when I'm in pain, because we live in a very small house and have no open area to keep it perminantly. However, I believe if it were out all the time, and I got on it every day, back and hip pain would be a thing of the past. It does take some time to get used to being upside down. I still have to come back up slowly to avoid a head rush. And as far as stability, I'm 230 lbs, so it's deffinatelly stable! And as far as the issue some people have had with the ankle bar's being uncomfortable, I don't have that problem at all. I find it quite comfortable. Seriously, I highly recommend this!! I don't know how I lived without it!
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343 of 387 people found the following review helpful By M. Lopez on January 14, 2009
Very basic table. It does what is expected. But found a few flaws compared with my Weslo inversion table from Meijers:

- Table does not change angle in small comfortable increments when you slide your arms as instructed. Despite table was assembled with the settings in the less sensitive position (bracket position), this table goes from 0 to full inversion with absolutely no control angle and it is difficult to get back to horizontal (despite I'm an athletic person). You MUST have the holding strap in position to limit the max. My Weslo table does a much better job, there. In the Weslo table you can control almost any angle by moving your arms in different positions and is very easy to get out of full inversion without assistance.

- Adjustment height numbers printed on a label on the extension rod. These labels tend to get ripped every time height is adjusted. The Weslo table have these numbers engraved in the metal.
- Moving parts are painted. Weslo table have them chromed.

- One plastic plug arrived broken.
- One fell apart during assembly.
- Anti-slip sticker on foot bracket came all messed up from factory.
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494 of 562 people found the following review helpful By pants on November 14, 2008
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I did a lot of online research on inversion tables after really enjoying using the one at my chiropractor's office (a very nice Teeter brand one). I read a lot of reviews of different tables and tried to decide what to spend. Prices range from low ($100+ like this one), average ($200-400) to really high ($1000 and up). I decided that all I needed was a table that would safely turn me upside-down for a while, so I went cheap and basic. The table wasn't hard to assemble (I did it myself in about an hour, though a second pair of hands would have been...well, handy.) In any case, when I first got on it, it felt a little wobbly and there were a couple "clicks" as things shifted slightly with my weight on it for the first time. It took a couple adjustments to get it set right for my center of gravity, but soon I could simply raise one arm then the other to make it glide slowly back to the inverted position. At that point I realized that the pads that cushion the ankles and feet were lacking. The ones on my chiropractor's table are way more comfortable. Most likely I'll come up with some way to pad them better as it's supposed to be relaxing (and it is...I slept like a LOG after the first time I used it!), but it's not easy to relax on the table when your feet are hurting. Other than that, a pretty good table for the money, and it was shipped by Amazon sooner than expected!
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