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Ironman LX300 Inversion Therapy Table

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  • Home inversion table for adding extra crunch to exercises and relief from back stress
  • Foam vinyl covered backrest, comfortable for the head and back when inverting
  • Combination foam roller and ankle cushions to hold ankles securely and safely
  • Extra-long safety handles provide easy return to the upright position
  • Measures 57 x 27 x 46.4 inches (HxWxD); 275-pound weight capacity
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Product Description

Product Description

The Ironman LX300 is built with an exceedingly strong steel frame with a scratch resistant powder coated finish. It has a foam vinyl covered backrest for a comfortable head and back when inverting. Extra long safety handles provide easy return to the upright position. The LX300 will provide excellent stress and back relief but a very affordable price.

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Reduce back pain or stress overload with the Ironman LX300 Inversion Therapy Table, which helps reduce muscle tension and nerve pressure as well as decompress your spine for an overall healthier back. Durably constructed with a heavy duty 1.5-inch steel frame, it features a 0.7-inch soft foam backrest for comfort and a combination of foam roller and ankle cushions to hold ankles securely and safely. Other features include an adjustable tether strap to allow for different inverting angles, full loop foam covered handle bars, and easy pull pin release on the ankle holders. It can invert your body up to a full 180 degrees.

Just 5 or 10 minutes of inversion every day can relieve lower back aches and pain due to sitting, standing, or any other causes of muscle stress. This inversion table has a weight capacity of 275 pounds and it offers height adjustments for users measuring 4 feet, 10 inches to 6 feet, 6 inches. It measures 57 x 27 x 46.4 inches (HxWxD) and weighs 55 pounds.

About Inversion Tables

Back pain is an uncomfortable and cumbersome ailment for millions of people. It can strike repeatedly and without warning, nearly paralyzing its victims with pain and discomfort. Inversion therapy is an excellent way to prevent and treat chronic or recurring back pain. This form of therapy treats back pain by hanging a person upside-down by their ankles. The only problem with this therapy is a risk of spinal injury because of the procedure's lack of support. Fortunately, inversion tables remove this risk.

A person can lie on an inversion table, and then gradually turn themselves upside down, always fully supported by their ankles. With precise balance, simple arm movements control the rotation of the inversion table. Special tether straps or locking hinges allow users to stop a rotation at just the right angle in order to stretch a specific place in their back. This technique has proven effective for relieving spine compression, elongating the spine, and reversing minor spinal dislocations. Of course, this treatment is not for everyone. People with glaucoma, very high blood pressure, bone disorders, or a history of severe spinal injury or surgery should be careful and check with a physician before administering inversion therapy. However, with a bit of practice and caution, inversion tables can be your ticket to a pain-free and healthier back.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 46.4 x 27 x 57 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 50 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003X5HEJY
  • Item model number: 5502
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (355 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,885 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It was easy to put together.
tabasco
The ankle grips are very comfortable with shoes or just barefoot.
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It is well built and very sturdy.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

176 of 179 people found the following review helpful By RODNEY L STANLEY on November 21, 2010
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This is my first inversion table, so I do not know how others are designed or operate. I purchased this one based on the sturdy look of the table, as I am about 210lbs (and 5'11").
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I have no disc between my 1st vertebrae and my pelvis. I had built an inversion table in my old house, but it was fastened to the beams in the basement, so I needed a portable unit.

My Criteria: Support my weight easily, Fold for easy storage, easy to operate for my family members.

Very sturdy and quality construction. It uses 1 1/2" steel tube and the welds look great. The hand rails are nicely padded and very well attached. The balance of the table in operation is great.

Easy to assemble. It took me nearly as long to unpack and unwrap all the parts as it did to put it together.
I'd say assembly was about an hour from unopened box to finish. The hardware is laid out in a nice blister pack with the steps labeled on the pack (though one step did not match the instructions, but this is minor).
The tools included worked very well. You may need a second set of hands to help fasten the table to the swing arms.

In use: a lot of other reviews for other tables talk about the pressure on the feet. This is somewhat of an item with this table as well. This one does have the U-shaped cups at the back of the ankles which seem to work pretty well. The padding on the front bar is quite good. When in use your feet seem to be allowed to form a partial "en-point" (think: Ballet) which is OK, but seems it could be better. I do not know if other tables keep your feet "square" when in use, or if this is common. (Of course you have to remember, your feet and ankles are NOT used to this sort of thing!
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77 of 79 people found the following review helpful By BoltFan58 on January 22, 2011
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Pros:

- Price= good value for the money. I can't see spending more, as this table does the job nicely and has quality construction.
- Well built and sturdy. Much more substantial in construction than most other inversion tables. Looks like it will last for many years and should support very heavy users (up to 300lbs).
- Very easy to adjust to your height and body type (you can't just go by your height, as body proportion is a factor in balancing the table).
- Well padded on arm holds, back table, and foot rests. Some have mentioned that they have added padding (towels) to the foot pads, but I found that they are adequate as is.

Cons:

- Assembly took about 45min. to 1 hour (easier than Ikea furniture, but the directions could have been better written). Faster if you use your own tools (they supply an allen wrench and open end wrenches, but a socket set will make it go faster).
- Awkward to move around when folded for storage, as the frame wants to come open.(A velcro strap will solve the problem).
- Directions are sparse on how to use the table, especially for a beginner. I recommend looking at some websites dedicated to inversion tables and watch their videos or read their recommendations (more on this later).

Recommendations:

- Buy this inversion table if you want a well built, heavy duty machine.
- Make sure you put it together correctly and check the fasteners on a regular basis.
- Start out slowly and invert only to 20-30 degrees to start. Most people should not fully invert to 90 degrees, and most will never need to. Most of the back rehab and spine experts (on websites) state that you should slowly work up to 40-60 degrees over a period of weeks.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By c benjamin dunkley on December 1, 2012
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I have had two inversion tables. This is the second I have owned. The first one I had was by Norditrack. It worked great and had degree settings on the side so you could stop at 90, 75, 60, 45 and 30 degrees of inversion from horizontal. My wife loaned it to my Brother-in-law and cant bring herself to ask for it back. I decided to buy another. Norditrack doesn't make an inversion table any more unfortunately as I only paid $150 for it in the first place. Thus I started looking at other options and I found the Ironman LX300. The reviews were mostly favorable.

Setting the table up was simple enough though still took a good hour. It is much lighter than my previous inversion table so getting it into the house was not a problem. The box is a little large and awkward, however. Though lighter than my previous table, it still feels very solid when you are hanging in it. Construction is solid.

I have found the weakness with most tables is the ankle clamp. By weakness I mean uncomfortable when hanging for longer the a minute or two. The clamping mechanism on the Ironman LX300 is much lower quality than my Norditrack. The posterior ankle support is too high on the calf. Hence when you get clamped in, the front and back support are not directy opposing each other. This makes hanging upside doewn uncomfortable. If you are not flexing your feet (oppisite of pointing your feet) you feel like you could possibly slip out. The norditrack had a better clamp system with the pivot under the feet hence it clamped directly front to back. It felt much more secure, though it had less padding than the Ironman table and thus after hanging in it for a couple minutes it dug into the feet. Haven't found the perfect table yet.
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