IRONMAN LX300 Inversion Therapy Table
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- Home inversion table for adding extra crunch to exercises and may help 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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IRONMAN LX300 Inversion Therapy Table
The IRONMAN LX 300 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 LX 300 will provide excellent stress and back relief but at a very affordable price.
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 Dimension and Weight
Dimensions: 46.5 inch L x 27 inch W x 57 inch H. Weight: 55 Pounds.
At A Glance
- 275 lbs. user weight capacity
- Heavy duty 1.5” square steel frame construction
- 3/4" soft foam backrest
- Comfortable foam roller and ankle cushions
- Easy pull pin release system for ankle holders
- Adjustable tether strap
- Full loop foam covered handle bars
- User height from 4’10” to 6’6”
- 1 Year limited warranty
Anything Is Possible!
Heavy Duty Steel Frame
Heavy duty 1.5” square steel frame construction to prevent any instability when inverting.
Foam Roller and Ankle Cushions
Combination of foam roller and ankle cushions hold ankles securely and safely.
Extra long foam covered safety handles provide easy return to the upright position.
Comfortable Soft Foam Backrest
3/4" soft foam backrest for comfort when inverting.
275 Pounds Weight Capacity
User weight capacity of 275 lbs.
Adjustable Tether Strap
Adjustable tether strap allows different inverting angles.
LX300 can be easily folded for storage.
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.
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.
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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!)
I ended up wrapping some towels around the front bar; combined with socks and shoes this makes the pressure on the feet entirely tolerable.
This combined with keeping the table at about a 45 deg angle (instead of full inversion) allows me to hang for ten minutes or more. Plus I can rest my arms in the handrails in this position.
The height adjustment is geared more towards balance than where your head ends up. I set the height for mine at 5'11" and it balances me excellently. I can raise my arms and immediately begin to upright. Changing the setting for a shorter person allows me to attempt sit-ups, and can use the hand rails to upright. My head does end up hanging off the end of the table somewhat, about at the base of the skull. This may be an issue for some folks. I'm fine with it. The padding of the table is adequate, but not "cushy". There is no headrest cushion or anything like that.
The table folds up very easily with the pull of a pin. It is a bit heavy to move around, but this is because it is a sturdy, well built table. The handrails offer excellent handles for maneuvering the table around.
Gripes: (all of which are minor, but here they are) When moving the table around in the folded position, it wants to unfold. a latch or strap would be very handy.
It did have a small tear in the edge of the pad. I think this occurred in shipping, as there were a few small splinters on the underlying plywood. I cannot see this as a QC oversight from the factory. Note that I have yet to notice this spot again since I have starting using it.
It would be nice if the lock pin had a lanyard or something, as I never know what to do with the pin when the unit is folded. I can tie it with some string I suppose.
There is no indexing for the table position. It uses an adjustable strap, which works fine, just not as convenient. I suppose if you are willing to pay more, you can get this on a table. I'm just fine with it as is.
I'm giving this table 5 stars as I think it is an excellent table for the money. I am quite surprised I can get a table of this quality for the price (about $120). I've used this table about 9 sessions so far, and I can already tell something is different. The pain is not as precise and seems to be abating.
If you can overlook the minor quirks, this table should serve reliably for years.
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