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Exerpeutic Inversion Table with Comfort Foam Backrest
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- Sturdy, multi-angle, user-height adjustable inversion table with soft foam padded backrest
- Heavy duty 1.5-inch square steel frame with 300-pound weight capacity
- Extra-long, full loop safety handle bars and adjustable tether strap for safe and easy inversion adjustment and return to upright
- Foam rollers and ankle cushions hold ankles safely and comfortably; easy pull pin release
- Height adjustable for users from 4 feet, 10 inches to 6 feet, 6 inches tall
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Exerpeutic Inversion Table with Comfort Foam Backrest
The Exerpeutic Inversion Table with Comfort Foam Backrest 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 Exerpeutic Inversion Table will provide excellent stress and back relief but a very affordable price.
Benefits of Inversion
Inversion may help reduce back stress and strain by relieving pressure on the vertebrae discs and ligaments. It may help reducing fatigue and relaxes the overall body. Inversion may also help promoting stimulation of blood circulations resulting in relief of stiff muscles and increasing body flexibility improving athletic performance. Just 5 or 10 minutes of inversion every day may help relieving lower back aches and pain due to sitting, standing or any other cause of muscle stress.
Product Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions: 50 L x 25.5 W x 56 H inches; Weight: 55 pounds.
At a Glance
- User weight capacity: 300 pounds
- Comfortable Backrest
- Secure Ankle Locking System
- Extra Long Handle Bars
- Heavy Duty Steel Frame
- Easy User Height Adjustment
- Invert Up to 180 Degree Vertical Position
- 1 Year limited warranty
Exerpeutic Therapeutic Fitness
High-Quality Products at Value-Oriented Prices.
Vinyl covered backrest with 0.75-inch soft foam for comfort.
Secure Ankle Locking System
Combination foam roller and ankle cushions hold ankles securely and safely. Easy pull pin ankle release system included.
Extra Long Handle Bars
Extra long full loop foam covered handle bars for easy return to the upright position.
Heavy Duty Steel Frame
Heavy-duty 1.5-inch square steel frame with powder coated finish.
Easy User Height Adjustment
User height adjustment range: 4 feet, 10 inches to 6 feet, 6 inches.
Invert Up to 180 Degree Vertical Position
Adjustable tether strap to allow for different inverting angles up to 180 degree vertical position.
Foldable for easy storage or relocation.
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|Ankle Holders||Pull Pin Foam Rollers||Pull Pin Foam Rollers||Extended Pull Pin Ankle Cushions|
|Soft Foam Backrest||3/4" Thick||3/4" Thick||Large 1" Thick|
Reduce fatigue, relax your body, and improve your back circulation with the Exerpeutic Comfort Foam Inversion Table. Additional Features: Weight capacity: 300 lbs. Adjustable height: from 4 ft. 10 inches up to 6 ft 6 inches Heavy duty 1.5-inch square steel frame construction to prevent any instability when inverting Backrest has a rich burgundy color with .75-inch soft foam for comfort when inverting Combination foam roller and ankle cushions to hold ankles securely and safely Easy pull pin release Adjustable tether strap to allow for different inverting angles Full loop foam covered handle bars for easy return to the upright position Helps reduce back stress and strain by relieving pressure on the vertebrae discs and ligaments Reduces fatigue and relaxes the body Inversion promotes stimulation of blood circulations resulting in relief of stiff muscles Increases body flexibility improving athletic performance Just 5 or 10 minutes of inversion every day can relieve lower back aches and pain due to sitting, standing or any other cause of muscle stress Health shouldn't come at a high price. That's the philosophy behind Exerpeutic, a division of Paradigm Health and Wellness Inc., devoted to offering high-quality products at value-oriented prices. Varied features ensure these exercise pieces arent't static, and most can accommodate up to 300 lbs of user weight. Translation: Exerpeutic has a fitness plan for virtually every body and budget. Heavy-duty 1.5-inch square steel frame. Soft foam comfort back pad. Adjustable height. Safe and secure ankle locks. Inversion range: 180 degrees. Weight capacity: 300 lbs.. Manufacturer's warranty included.
Top customer reviews
This quick fact review will be about the table itself, not the benefits of inversion (You aren't reading this for no reason, you've decided to purchase an inversion table).
-This was fairly easy to assemble. I was intimidated upon opening the box, but it's fairly simple and all tools needed are supplied. This was a worry for me, but don't let it be what keeps you from buying this table.
-This take really is as sturdy as other reviews claim. I was worried that at this price point I would end up with something I didn't trust (and you need to trust this thing 100%), but I am confident that this is a solid and durable machine. Everything fit together perfectly.
-Doesn't take up nearly as much room as I thought it would. Sits by my bed in a small 1 bedroom apartment and I can use it there no problem . It does fold up to a certain extent, and fairly easily, but seeing as how most people will want to use this multiple time a day, I think the fact that it doesn't need a whole lot of space completely set up is more important. But it would fit in a small closet or under a bed of needed.
-Padding seems high quality. Like a vinyl wrapped weight bench with padding under it. Very comfortable.
-I don't have anything else else to compare it to, but the bar/ankle support seems like it's a lot more comfortable than it could have been I'd this were lower quality. You will need does with this though, or you will lose circulation in your feet. I was able to relax my legs and ankles all the way, if kind of wedges your feet in place. This was nice because as soon as I did I felt a better more full stretch run down my back.
All in all I have no complaints! Please see attached pictures. I tried to highlight how compact the unit was, the foot/ankle holders, and a glimpse of the solid build quality. Please click below if you found this review helpful!
Big box arrived on time and in good condition. It was heavy too. I thought that was somewhat ironic, but hey better that than a box full of plastic. Opening it up I had some trepidation having just spent an eternity putting together a shed with half a billion screws, bolts, and pieces and the worst instructions known to man (like the one on the last page that says, "NOTICE: Before doing anything else..."). The device lay there in the box all wrapped in plastic, cardboard, and foam. In fact it was probably the best wrapped product I bought in a long time. None of the metal parts were rubbing against anything. The one place where metal was likely to rub they had carefully inserted a 1-inch square of cardboard to keep that from happening! Everything was well sealed and put into the package in a way that pieces wouldn't slide around. Obviously this is a company that actually cares about how the product looks when it gets to the customer.
The instruction manual was (mercifully) thin and not printed in 18 dialects from inner Papua New Guinea. My sense of dread grew knowing that thin manuals usually mean frustration. A package of tools, screws, and bolts also came out of the box. Interestingly enough the tools were not the cheap pot metal tools so typical for installation. You know the kind, the bolt "wrench" becomes a "bent" and the hex tool strips and becomes a round tool on the second bolt. Nope, these are actually good steel. Moreover the screws and bolts were not just thrown in a bag together. Rather they were in separate compartments marked with which step they were to be used! Hmmm...could it be?
Yep. Following the manual was simple and straight forward. The device went together quickly and without any missing parts, mis-fitting parts, or blood loss. More importantly to me I never once put a bolt or screw in and then found myself pulling it back out again because the directions misdirected me. Everything came with washers and the appropriate nuts had nylon inserts to keep them in place. The drawings in the manual were simple, but not too simple. At one point I commented to my son that we must have been doing something wrong because it all seemed to be going well. Once all the parts were on I adjusted the safety strap (intelligently designed to allow you to limit how far the device inverts), tightened the bolts, and got ready to climb on.
Now here's the deal. I am a big guy. 6'4" and 270 pounds (but I've been on a slow weight loss plan for the last few decades...). The specifications for the device said it would handle me and being that I would prefer not breaking my back again I double checked everything to be sure it was going to hold. No worries. Solid steel, strong bolts, good design. I adjusted the foot rest (a very simple process) and proceeded to climb on and invert. The balance was good and the oversize handles were really appreciated. I went slowly not wanting to experience throwing up while upside down (think about it...). I experienced only minor dizziness and that only because I was laughing like an idiot while my son was making fun of my incredibly red face while all the blood flooded to my head.
Coming back up to vertical was smooth, simple, and safe. No problems there either. I made a few more adjustments and started playing around with what would work best. A few observations: First, wear socks and preferably shoes. A towel set up to help cushion your feet might be helpful too. Hey, your feet aren't designed to hold you that way and the pressure can be uncomfortable. A little adjusting and working with it and you'll be fine. Second, go SLOW. Flipping up and down is good for a laugh (or a screech) but unless you are a 4-foot olympic gymnast you will not be used to it. Take your time. Third, similarly, when you come back up give your ears a half minute or so at vertical again before wandering around. Fourth, you do not have to go completely inverted to get the benefit of the device. You can go 20 degrees or 45 degrees for a week or two and still get a good stretch and a lot of benefit. I like to invert for a minute or so and then work back to a less severe angle which allows me to stay on the table longer. Fifth, if you just ate a huge spaghetti dinner (diet? what diet?) you may experience a tad bit of indigestion as your entire digestive track is turned upside down. Waiting an hour after eating before flipping upside down seems a wise precaution.
So does it work? Well that depends. First, not all back problems are the same and so no treatment is a one-size fits all solution. If your doctor says it will work for you give it a shot. If you're making a wild shot in the dark then for the price it may be worth it for you. I have disc problems and muscle problems. In my case it's simply an issue of traction and fighting gravity to help relax the muscles, realign the bones, and let things slide back to where they belong. The board doesn't "fix" the problem for me, but it definitely helps alleviate the problem. I feel much better using it and it is destined to become part of my daily routine for the rest of my life. In my case a bit in the morning helps straighten me out and relax the muscles after a long night and another session in the evening helps make up for a day of abuse. I'd also say it's important to do basic exercises. There's an old book called "The Bad Back Book" which I'd recommend picking up that covers the exercises well without a lot of garbage.
Last night was one of the big tests for me. I dread impending storms since apparently I am now a walking barometer. A storm was coming in and I jumped on the board for a 20-minute session hoping that I could keep from limping around for a day. Sure enough it snowed last night and this morning I feel amazingly well after my morning session.
I can't imagine a better purchase. The price was one of the best. The features were all there. The company obviously cares about their product. It works for me. Honestly, I thought I would have paid twice as much for this good of a product. In case you're wondering, no I will not be performing the dead chicken ceremony too...