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IRONMAN HIGH CAPACITY GRAVITY 3000 INVERSION TABLE
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- Inversion table may help optimize lumbar traction and relax body
- Durable tubular steel frame with scratch-resistant powder-coat finish
- Memory foam backrest for comfort; ergonomically molded ankle holders
- Tough nonskid rubber floor stabilizers; fits users up to 6 feet 6 inches tall
- Folds for easy storage; measures 26 x 80 x 17 inches (W x H x D)
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Ironman High Capacity Gravity 3000 Inversion Table
The Ironman High Capacity Gravity 3000 Inversion Table is built with a durable tubular steel frame with a scratch resistant powder coated finish. The backrest is filled with memory foam to help you relax while you are inverting. Extra-long safety handles provide easy return to the upright position and vinyl safety covers are added for safety. The ergonomically molded ankle holders provide comfort and security. The Inverting handle grips help you invert and exercise more comfortably. When not in use, the Inversion Table can be folded.
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: 49 inches (L) x 26 inches (W) x 65 inches (H).
Folded Dimensions: 80 inches (H) x 26 inches (W) x 17 inches (D).
Weight: 67 pounds.
At A Glance
- Extra wide tubular steel frame.
- Extra-long safety handles.
- 2.5” backrest with double stitching.
- Inverts up to 180 degrees.
- Supports up to 350 pounds.
- User height adjustment up to 6'6".
- Inverting handle grips.
- Patented ratchet angel locking system.
- Folds for storage.
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Comfortable 2.5 Inches Backrest
2.5 inches foam covered backrest with double stitching provides extra comfort and padding.
Ratchet Angle Locking System
An easy-reach palm-activated adjusting ratchet ankle locking system provides security and comfort with ergonomically molded ankle cushions.
Extra-Long Safety Handles
Foam covered extra-long safety handles for easy return to the upright position.
Inverting Handle Grips
Inverting handle grips help inverting and exercising more comfortably.
Adjustable Safety Tether Strap
Easily adjustable safety tether strap controls the maximum angle of inversion.
Gravity 3000 can be easily folded for storage.
350 Pounds Weight Capacity
Supports up to 350 pounds user weight capacity.
Ironman High Capacity Gravity 3000 Inversion Table is ease for your achin' back that supports up to 350 lbs. What a relief! The Ironman High Capacity Gravity 3000 Inversion Table gives your hard-working spine the soothing it deserves. Just tip on back to relieve back pressure, elongate your spine and increase your blood flow to tired muscles. Comfortable and easy to use, and folds away to save space, this table is the sure-fire way to improve your quality of life for LESS! Comfortable and easy to use, his table is the sure-fire way to improve your quality of life. Sit back, relax... and sooth: Inverts up to 180 degrees... easily adjustable safety tether strap controls the maximum angle of inversion; 2 1/2" foam covered, extra long safety handles; Soft memory foam-covered backrest for comfort; Combination foam roller and ankle cushions hold ankles securely and comfortably... easy pull-pin release; Height adjustment for users 4'10" to 6'6"; Durable steel frame supports up to 350 lbs. Folds for storage; Approx. 49 x 65 x 26" and folds to 80 x 17 x 26", 76 lbs. Give yourself twice the soothing on your aching back. Order Today! Ironman High Capacity Gravity 3000 Inversion Table
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Top Customer Reviews
If you're on the fence about buying an inversion table, let me help you out right now and tell you just to go buy one, like as in, this instant, save yourself the time and pain. I mean because no amount of money matters in life if you don't have your health, right? Honestly at first, I was intimidated by chalking up $205.00 for a magical table that you hang upside down on but I eventually gave in & I'm glad I did. I have 100% complete confidence without a shadow of a doubt recommend this table to anyone suffering from any kind of back pain.
Why did I buy? - Well, I hurt my lower back the first week of January 2014 shoveling heavy snow out of my driveway (combined with a couple of car accidents here and there and some other stupid mishaps when I was younger).
Over the next few days the pain got a lot worse and I felt like my hip had popped out of alignment and when I walked there was a sharp pinch in my lower back. On the 4th day it was so bad I couldn't even lift the weight of my own body up to stand, let alone walk (I felt like a lil sissy). A friend of mine told me it could be a sciatica nerve or a slipped disc, not she's a M.D. or anything. It's bad enough that my lower left back and hips were all jacked up, I had to hear scary medical terms & speculations about my condition (I could picture myself getting worse by the minute). But seriously, this was a very frighting experience.
Not wanting to go to the E.R. and have medical bills out the wazoo, ex rays, MRI's, cat scans, what ever they do. Only to have to pop pills or have some Dr. tell me I need expensive surgery. I desperately ended up going to the chiropractors office, right when I started to feel a little bit better. That & my older sister insisted that I go. I spent $50 bucks on the first and only visit. He did however realign my bones, I did feel like things were in there proper place. However I was so sore after, I actually felt worse walking out of there. Needless to say I'm so straight on trying to do that again. Funny thing is, I ended up seeing a teeter up commercial later in the day. I didn't even give it one thought!
I'll admit, after being stubborn for a good 3-4 weeks. I was in severe pain and pretty scared out of my mind not knowing if I would be like this for the rest of my life or if I could walk properly again. Simple things you take for granted everyday.
So I heard about these inversion tables / inversion therapy long time ago and took another look into it and thought this kinda makes sense. Ok, ok... At first, not really, I thought the idea was stupid. Using gravity to realign / decompress the back. Just to make sure and all, I must of read 877 reviews about the ironman 4000 and a bunch of other ones about different models. After a ton of research. *Which by the way the apparently, the old ironman went bankrupt back in 2008-09 & the warranty with those models is void. I guess Paradigm Health & Wellness bought the ironman name or something. Anyway I bought the newer ironman 5800 model for a whooping $5 dollars more. Just incase I accidentally broke it or something, like you know, chucking it out a two story window incase it didn't work like the reviews that I read.
Product - After I ordered the table off Amazon, the ironman 5800 by Paradigm Health & Wellness. I received it the very next day with a Amazon Prime membership (that my friend had). The UPS guy was even like, yeah people swear by these things, as he had me sign for it. I was feeling optimistic. Box was heavy, don't recommend carrying it in, you know with your back all broke (taking it out of the box piece by piece makes it a lot easier). Packaging was very nice, nothing broken. Unless your retarded, putting it together was a breeze taking about 20-30 mins. Directions were very easy and clear with pictures. Except the side brackets... "Use the bottom notch for beginners, at first I was like, WTF?" I guess it means the notch goes in the first hole making it lift the table higher for balancing. It even came with some free tools, not that I would ever use them, mainly because have a abundance of Craftsman tools in my tool-chest.
Insanely high quality product, as in medical grade, as in gym type status, as in absolutely ridiculous! Serious, it's really sturdy, no doubt it will last a lifetime and then some. It is pretty heavy but keep in mind, it's not like you're gonna be lugging it around on your back wherever you go. The memory foam pad felt awesome and that alone justified the extra cash, not to mention the ankle grips which felt super comfortable, no discomfort what so ever, considering I'm over weight. I have no doubt this thing could handle 350-400 lbs easy, not that I have a clue what it's rated as?
Usage - The day I received it, I was on it for only 5 mins at a 45 degree angle. I felt a little sore but in a good way when I got off but a lot lighter, I laid down for a little bit and felt a lot better. Trying to take it easy with the device and not over do it, even though I really wanted to sleep on it over night and magically wake up like a new person.
 Turns out even though I'm 5.10 the perfect balance was 6.2 so setting it to 2" higher than your actual height may help. Women 3" more. 
Second day in the morning I tried it again for about 2-3 minutes at a 40 degree angle and felt better, so I laid back down just to be safe and all. First couple times as I bent down to release the ankle clamps I felt like a sharp pain in my lower back and it still hurt a little on and off durning the day but later on in the middle of the day my back was feeling a lot better. It wasn't instant for me like some say but I definitely felt better and my bones felt more aligned. In the evening I got on for 2-3 minutes and felt really good but I went to the store and walked around a bit and could feel my back bones compressing back as I walked. I just went back home and got on again and laid down. My timing is about 2-3 minutes for 4-5 times a day seems to be doing a lot better for me, keep in mind everyone is different and you may rather only want to be on it 10 mins, just one day at a time.
Third day I only got on for 1-2 minutes and thought I was good enough and kinda just went at my own pace but 3 hours later got back on for about 45 seconds and felt really good. Then later again for less than a minute. I was in minor pain by the end of the day.
Don't give up, don't be discouraged, use it when you need or want too but don't over do it is my best advice. Try to use it everyday. Without a doubt it relieves pain and can tell my back is realigning in just this short period of time, 3 days now.
Day 4: Lower back is feeling a lot better. Now keep in mind that I have high blood pressure and it can be dangerous if I'm on more than 2-3 minutes at a time, I don't wanna stroke out upside down. I felt a sharp pain in my head a couple hours after being on for like 5 minutes. I'm finding out that less seems to be more so 30-45 seconds at a 40-45 degree angle. I slowly rotate back and come up slowly.
Day 5: I can't believe it, it's like a miracle, I'm feeling so much better. I'm just inverting 30-45 seconds 3-4 times a day (It works best for me). I'm pushing myself hard to do things and in very little pain at times when doing so.
- I will update after a couple weeks of using this product and let everyone else know but 5 days into it, I give it a five star rating. -
_______________ 3.12.14 - Update _______________
Honestly, I kinda find myself hardly using it lately but at the same time, I do try and use it much as I can, I feel 100% like new. I still haven't fully inverted yet and even though I feel as if nothing ever happened. I'm still going to keep it, just incase I ever hurt myself again. But still, $200 and no pain, worth every damn cent!
I use it two to three times a day, most days. Just for a few minutes. I'm even doing some inverted crunches! I wake up feeling good instead of wondering whether I'll stand up crooked. I love it!
A couple of small Con's... the button on the gizmo that holds your ankles arrived broken. (I called Paradigm, and they shipped me two replacements immediately!) It's plastic, and apparently gets broken during shipping quite frequently. They really should make this piece out of metal, since it's used so much. Another problem is the Pivot Arm Ring attaches to the frame and the Handlebar, making it impossible to just remove the bed from the frame for moving or storage. If you think you're gonna fold this up and put it in the closet every day... think again! This requires a substantial amount of space.
The Pro's are that this thing is solid. I am not concerned about falling off or having this collapse under my weight. It's easy to use, and seems to be doing a great job for me! At this price, it's certainly worth a try!
I've been using this table for about a month now. I’m 56 years old and I do stretches & AB crunches every morning & evening. I've lost 6 lbs and my abs are becoming very firm. It also relieves tension in my back and shoulders.
The unit is very well built and yet I can this from room to room by myself. The adjustments are very easy.
The Model 3000 has handles in the back corners. The Model 4000 has a lumbar support. I still like the handles but rarely use them now. I decided I could easily add a lumbar support but haven't need one.
It has 3 adjustments that control the degree of inversion. To lock the unit fully inverted to perform exercises I place it in the most aggressive of the 3 settings and experiment with the height setting that will allow me exercise without swaying. (I’m 6’1 but set it at 5’10)
It took about a week for my head to acclimate to hanging upside down. The foot capture system is comfortable & easy to get in/out and is the main reason to buy this table. I can hang fully inverted while I exercise with no discomfort on my legs and feet with this table. That wasn't the case with other I tried.
My wife doesn't fully invert and really likes the memory foam back support.
I'm more impressed now than when I first bought it, but they won't let me give it 6 stars.....
I researched inversion tables extensively before deciding to buy this one. It wasn't until actually testing a couple at a local sporting goods store that I understood how critical a good foot capture system was. The store had two tables. One had a capture system that required the user to bend over and pull out a pin at the ankles before sliding the front pads away. This was terrible. The other unit had a bar extending up towards the knees that the user could simply push a button and lean it forward.
I resumed my research with that in mind and found the Iron-Man tables. I read all the reviews and questions and finally decided that the Iron-Man tables had the foot capture system I wanted. It seemed that the Iron-Man Gravity 4000 was my choice but in looking deeper I discovered the Gravity 3000 actually has these handles on the rear base that could come in handy while inverted. The Gravity 4000 has a Velcro secured lumbar support but in my test on the Teeter brand tables I couldn't see why I would want that. The Gravity 3000 was actually a bit less money and had the handles that I wanted so I bought it.
The other reviews and questions I read discussed how robust this table is and I agree that it is very sturdy. I weigh 205 lbs and everything on it feels very secure from the foot supports, frame and table. The mechanisms all slide properly and the fit and finish are impressive for something so inexpensive. The Teeter model we liked was $400 and I paid $185 for the Iron-Man. After using them both I would take the Iron-Man over the Teeter if they were both $400.
Some reviews told about poor packaging and freight damage. It appears they have made adjustments. My table arrived fine. I found the packaging to be acceptable. 2 of the inner pieces of foam were broken but the product was secured well and was not damaged.
The pieces were clearly defined, the hardware was placed neatly on a placard and heat-shrinked. It was impressive that they took that level of care to assure the correct pieces in the right amount and wouldn't get lost during assembly.
Other reviews talked about difficulty of assembly. It took me just under an hour from start to finish and I ate dinner at the same time. It was easy to follow the instructions. I used my own tools. The tools provided seemed fine except for the screw driver was too big to easily drive the small screws for the rear pads.
So far I really like this table.