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Stamina Seated Inversion Core Training System

by Stamina

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  • The chair's curved backrest extends the spine to help relieve pressure
  • Inverts to 6 positions
  • Adjustable lap belt and hand brake holds chair for easy mounting and dismounting
  • Heavy-duty steel frame construction
  • Leg lock has less restrictive, yet fully secure heel holders along with foam pads


Product Description

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Featuring a curved backrest that extents the back slightly, this device provides inversion therapy with less stress on the ankles, knees, and hips than does a flat-backrest inversion table. It's designed for people whose doctors recommend inversion therapy to reduce pressure on spinal discs, ligaments, and nerve roots while increasing blood circulation, strengthening the back, and elongating the spine. (Note: The manufacturer warns that inversion therapy is not safe for everyone and should not be undertaken without consulting a doctor.) Curved, foam-padded handlebars make it easy to assume any of six inversions positions. Foam-padded ankle collars ensure comfort and support while inverted. For easy, safe mounting and dismounting, there's a hand brake that holds the chair in place. Skid-resistant rubber floor protectors maximize stability during mounting, dismounting, and inverting.

The chair accommodates users of most heights. The device's frame is heavy-duty steel, and vinyl-covered upholstery is cushioned for comfort. Assembled (instructions included), the device measures 62 inches deep x 35 inches wide x 56 inches high and weighs 72 pounds. The frame carries a five-year warranty against defects, with parts warranted against defects for 90 days.

Product Description

The Seated Inversion Core Training System gives you all the benefits of inversion with less stress on the ankles, knees, and hips than with flat inversion tables. The chairs curved backrest extends your back slightly so you can invert to a lesser angle than with a flat inversion table yet get all the benefits like relief from many forms of back pain, improved circulation, and improved lymphatic circulation for less muscle soreness after workouts. Inversion therapy is a proven, natural, non-invasive method of treating back pain caused by stress and poor posture, and is endorsed and recommended by doctors as therapy to strengthen your back, elongate your spine to relieve pressure on discs, ligaments, and nerve roots.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 52.5 x 31 x 58 inches ; 69 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 72 pounds
  • 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.
  • ASIN: B000JC4OYW
  • Item model number: 55-1521
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #884,094 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I would have rated that part a 1.
Linda Buquet
The release handle did not work at first and I got stuck upside down.
Kenneth J. Cain
Package material from STAMINA is of poor quality and design.
jjhams

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Linda Buquet on September 9, 2007
I have been obsessed with finding the right inversion therapy device for my back and neck pain. I finally centered on this one for many reasons after researching for 3 months.

What it does and how it works is amazing. No pull on your ankles, legs and hips like a table. For me and most people I know, they just need their spine stretched not their entire body. So since your knees are bent and it's holding you by the lap belt, it gives a MUCH better spinal stretch and pull than any table can.

HORRIBLE QUALITY CONTROL THOUGH
The box was not sturdy enough to ship something this big and heavy. But I don't think any of the problems were direct shipping damage.

There's a tear in the seat. Part of the break mechanism was missing so I can't even use the break. May be dangerous to use it without it, but I'm using it anyway. One of the threads was stripped so one of the screws that holds the back support wouldn't go in. I just got it yesterday and already the adjustable ankle pad is stuck all the way in and won't release. So I can't get my feet in and it hurts cuz it's too tight. Multiple scratches and blemishes in numerous places. I wondered at 1st if it was used, but I think it was just a lot of scratched up parts that were used and very poor quality workmanship. I was a little afraid to try it, in case it fell apart. But structurally it feels pretty sturdy.

BEAR TO ASSEMBLE - BEAR TO RETURN
This thing is a bear to put together. I had to pay someone to do it for me and it took over 2 hours. So it will be too much trouble to pack up and return it. Besides that the box was in too bad a shape to re-use and basically feel apart after opening. ALSO too much cost to pay someone to assemble another one.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Wonder Woman on July 3, 2007
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This was not designed with any adjustments and I found that the seat was too deep for my back to reach the back support and it pressed uncomfortably on the backs of my knees. Also, there was no length adjustment to the ankle bar so it locked over my insteps instead of ankles. Unless I held on for dear life, I would slide head first to the floor. I'm about 5'3". On the plus side, it seemed sturdy, but there were several concave washers missing when we opened the bag so we had to try 4 different hardware stores before we found usable substitutes. We also had trouble with the hand release. The cable tended to slip out of position so I couldn't release the position lock to get back up. The hand release also had to be squeezed while I pulled myself up or it would lock. Unless you have the strength to pull yourself up with one hand, don't try this alone! Very disappointing. I've wanted one of these for years and thought this would be perfect for me. On the plus side, Amazon customer service made my first return of many many purchases smooth and easy. Amazon, as always, is 5 stars in my book!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By gaye martin on January 31, 2011
I bought this chair after careful consideration and comprehensive research. I've had back problems all my life due to falling off a horse in my early 20's. Entering my 40's and then 50's I just resumed to the fact that I was going to be best friends with my Chiropractor. I got my chair in July of 2010, and after help with assembly, started using. It takes a little getting use to, but after two weeks I could tell a difference. I haven't seem my chiropractor since October and just go now to have an alignment once in a while. This chair is awesome!
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