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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Setting the table up was simple enough though still took a good hour. It is much lighter than my previous inversion table so getting it into the house was not a problem. The box is a little large and awkward, however. Though lighter than my previous table, it still feels very solid when you are hanging in it. Construction is solid.
I have found the weakness with most tables is the ankle clamp. By weakness I mean uncomfortable when hanging for longer the a minute or two. The clamping mechanism on the Ironman LX300 is much lower quality than my Norditrack. The posterior ankle support is too high on the calf. Hence when you get clamped in, the front and back support are not directy opposing each other. This makes hanging upside doewn uncomfortable. If you are not flexing your feet (oppisite of pointing your feet) you feel like you could possibly slip out. The norditrack had a better clamp system with the pivot under the feet hence it clamped directly front to back. It felt much more secure, though it had less padding than the Ironman table and thus after hanging in it for a couple minutes it dug into the feet. Haven't found the perfect table yet.
More annoying though is the fact that I cant hang direclty straight up and down without holding onto the floor or frame and pulling myself into a vertical position. The offest for the pad you rest on is not correct. The pivot point (supposded to be centerd on your body) is to far infront of my body. I can only lay back to about 75 degrees without using my hands to pull myself vertical. Even when I adjust for someone much shorter (hence putting more weight above the pivot point) I cant compensate for the poor offest. I will likely drill new holes in the levers that hold the pad you rest on moving it anterioly.
Lastly the only way to adjust how much inversion you have is a strap that hooks on to the bar in the ankle area. You have to adjust the length to stop you short of vertical if you desire that. If you decide to change the length, you have to get off to adjust the strap (as it is located under the table). Higher end Ironman tables have a "Magic Brake" system that adjusts the degree of inverson. The mechanism is located on the side of on of the pivot points and sounded a lot like the Norditrack version. However, after reading a number of reviews, I found many comment saying the locking mechanism worked poorly. One person said the brake broke completely locking him upside down (had to call a neighbor on his cell to come help him get out). I decided on the strap. I miss the Norditrack locking mechanism as I could adjust it even when hanging in the table.
Overall it is a solid table. The biggest problem is its hard to hang vertically upside down. I give this flaw "0" stars (thats what an inversion table is supposed to do). The ankle clamp is mediocore, 2-3 stars. The overall stability and quality I give 5 stars (I never worry I may fall over or it will unexpectedly fall apart). Hence the overall 3 star rating. Hope this helps. Sorry the review is so long. Good luck with your inversion table purchase. Nothing you can do that is better for your back!!
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