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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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.
- 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
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First, the good:
~It was a pretty quick assembly for my husband, but he is a mechanic.
~It gives a good stretch to my back and helps release catches in my vertebrae, especially in my thoracic region, which is tough for me to stretch on my own.
~It has improved my back pain, allowing for more affordable spacing in my chiropractic visits.
~It has a smooth motion, without feeling like I am falling backwards. (**considering adjusting the length as described below)
~It is fully adjustable for all different body types. Many people have used this machine and it is easy to adjust for all their needs, too.
~There are safety mechanisms in place that make me feel more comfortable when practically standing on my head.
~It's affordable, and I believe it has ultimately saved me some money.
The not so good:
~It is HUGE. I wish I had a place to put it up out of sight sometimes, but there really is no easy way to do that. Sure, it folds up flattish, but it is still a large piece of equipment.
~The board could have a bit more padding. It didn't bother me as much at first, but I feel like the more I use it, the more aware of the bitty layer of padding between me and the board.
~The foam padding to the feet/ ankles leaves a bit to be desired. It does flatten out more over time, especially if you are on the heavier side. It can be uncomfortable on bare feet and I very much recommend wearing shoes (like sneakers) when inverting to help with this issue. I absolutely can relate to folks who feel it cuts off circulation at the top of the foot. I could probably invert longer if this part were more comfortable.
~I do not feel the length is completely accurate. When I had it set for my actual height (5'4"), I had to really fight to invert. This whole "put your hands over your head one at a time"? Yeah, no, that did not work. I really had to fight to work it over, which is not conducive to alleviating back pain. I got on it one day after one of my daughters had been on it and it inverted MUCH more smoothly for me. Turns out she had adjusted for her height (5'2") and this worked SO much better for me. I now keep it set at that height and, like I said, it's a much more smooth invert. If you are not experiencing a smooth inversion, consider actually shortening the machine so that you are a little more "top heavy". It worked for me.
~I don't have a whole lot of confidence in that tiny yellow bar. One day my adult son did not return the strap/ clip after he went into a full invert (140 degrees), meaning I did not catch like it was supposed to. The moment the table hit the bar, the bar bent. Yes, I absolutely should have assured the strap was in place, but that bar's job is to prevent a full inversion and it did that... once... but I don't believe it would be able to do it again.
I started off very slow and cautiously, using the slightest inversion (22 degrees) and only a minute or two, tops. The first few times, I literally felt like I was STANDING on my head! It's amazing how odd that sensation is when you are not accustomed to it. I've gradually increased my times and my tilt, I am in the 40 degree range now and that is where I am most comfortable. I can stay 5-10 minutes now and even occasionally do some light exercises on the machine (please do this with care, if at all). If I am away from home for a few days, I can't wait to get home and "hang". It has made a lot of difference for me and my back pain. It is not a cure-all, but very much has it's place in my arsenal against chronic pain issues.