The Ironman ATIS 1000 AB Training System is a revolutionary piece of equipment. It has all the features of a typical inversion table with the added bonus of abdominal and core training.
As with any strength and fitness products, it’s important to understand the full specifications before purchase. This ensures that you’re getting the machine that fits your specific needs.
This table is effective for inversion therapy as well as core training. It is easy to adjust to one of the ten locking positions, including a full 90 degree inversion. This is done with the proprietary “Scale Locking System”.
Ergonomically molded cushions on the ankle support provide a high level of comfort and prevent pinching. For your safety, these ankle supports can be adjusted and locked.
It’s important to factor in the safety specifications of any product, particularly when you will be hanging upside down from it. Ironman has taken great care in ensuring that your exercises will be safe and effective.
This machine allows you to lock at a 90 degree angle, as well as 9 other locking positions. The variety of positions means that you can safely invert without the risk of falling. Depending on your specific body type and symptoms, your ideal inversion position may vary.
This table offers exceptional results when used as a core training device. This is due to its unique design. It isolates the core muscle groups more effectively than traditional bench training. This results in superior strengthening in as little as a few minutes per day.
This table is made from high-grade steel tubing, covered in a powder-coated finish. This finish makes the frame highly scratch resistant. The heavy nylon back rest is tough and durable, and the molded ankle cushions are quite comfortable. For head support, this model even offers a memory foam vinyl pillow.
There is a bit of assembly required with this device, but if you follow the included instructions it should take less than 45 minutes. Included in the box are all the tools you will need.
This machine features a smooth inversion process. First, you lay your head on the built-in memory foam pillow. Then, you raise your arms over your head. Your body will gradually adjust to the preset inversion angle. Foam-dipped hand rails offer maximum stretching power while inverted. They can also be used to return yourself to the upright position. With ten different locking angles, you can easily set the position that is best for you.
The unit can be broken down for easier storage when not in use. The dimensions of the machine when folded are 29” x 30” x 76”. Keep in mind that it will still be quite heavy (almost 80 pounds) and you should seek assistance when attempting to move it.
The steel frame is strong enough to support individuals up to 300 pounds. The height of the back rest can be adjusted to accommodate people up to 6’6”. The overall size of this machine is 26” wide x 62” tall x 49” deep, when in the fully upright position.
The Ironman ATIS 1000 AB Trainer comes with a limited one-year warranty.
When you consider that it doubles as a core workout trainer, it’s a great value for the money. Wonderful safety features ensure that you will feel confident. The construction is sturdy and it does take a fair amount of time to assemble.
Overall, this is a solid choice for those seeking strengthening as well as those trying to reach their fitness goals.
UPDATE Nov 2015: This table is no longer available on the market. I suggest you check out my inversion table reviews to find a better suited product.
The Emer Deluxe INVR-08B is one of the least expensive models of inversion tables on the market, and as such has some drawbacks. If you’re looking for an inexpensive alternative to many of the higher end tables, this model may be the right choice for you.
In the following review, we will outline the advantages and disadvantages.
Quite frankly, the assembly of this product can be a nightmare. The tools included are cheaply made and don’t fit as well as they should. It’s advised that you use your own tools. For some reason, the manufacturer thought that combining a bunch of wrenches and a little screwdriver was a good idea. (It’s not.) It will most likely hurt your hands to use it, and it could actually cause injury if you’re not careful. If possible, throw this tool set out and grab some real tools to assemble with.
The instruction sheet shows each part as if the unit weren’t partially assembled on delivery. You’ll have to determine which pieces have already been put together before you can begin assembling the rest. If you have any type of technical or engineering background, you should be able to figure it out pretty quick. But for the rest of us, you’re probably going to get a headache before you’re done.
We would advise that you get some extra bits – a real tool set, extra nuts and washers – before beginning. Not that these things are missing, but there is a possibility. It’s better to expect that with such an inexpensive product. Emer really dropped the ball on this, and other tables are much easier to set up.
This table is adjustable. This is a good feature when several members of your family are seeking inversion therapy. However, depending on specific construction, it could be difficult. In most cases, these adjustments only take a few minutes.
The Emer Deluxe allows for three specific settings, and changing these settings require completely removing the back rest. It might be easier if you could get your whole family to just agree to the same settings. There’s unfortunately no way around this.
The balance must be adjusted for each person also. Due to differences in body distribution, height alone is not a good measurement tool. Checking to ensure that the machine is properly calibrated is fairly simple. You should be lifted only a few inches when your ankles are secured and your arms are crossed. If you aren’t lifted at all, you should move the height adjusting shaft a little bit at a time until you are. If the table keeps rotating, you will have to move the shaft in the other direction. The proper height for you can vary by as much as three inches either direction.
The last adjustment can be skipped if all users wish to fully invert. Otherwise you will have to set the preferable incline angle for each person. This is adjusted by a tether strap that, at the ideal angle, will become tight. This would be simpler if there were markings on the strap to make for easier memory. You could always stitch a brightly-colored thread at the measurements you’ll be using most. If all of the users will be fully inverting, this tether strap can be removed completely.
The low price point would have you expecting an inferior product, but this table is actually pretty sturdy when compared to other models in this price range. The steel frame is painted – not powder coated. This means that it’s not very scratch resistant. If you have to disassemble it at some point, you’ll probably scratch it when putting it back together. This is minor.
The A-frame has folding brackets to secure the headrest and cover the openings. There are four stabilizers made from a hard plastic that help to support the full weight of the table as well as the user. This is pretty sturdy, but could be improved.
The design of the back rest is a bit narrow, so you may have trouble finding a place to rest your arms. However, you should have no problems performing inverted exercises. This back rest is made of a thin layer of foam. It could be improved by using a thicker foam, but for the price, you can’t really expect too much from it. Tables costing more can provide a much more comfortable inversion experience.
When fully inverted, you won’t be connected to the back rest at all. In order to recover from this “lock out” position, the rubber padded hand rails may be necessary. These are shaped specifically to be in easy reach no matter which position you’re in. This allows you to control or stop the inversion process at any point.
The built-in lumbar pillow is a bit too soft and flat for most users, but it is detachable. This is great, given the fact that the ankle supports aren’t the most secure. You may find yourself sliding a few inches when inverted.
When shipped, this table fits in a box that’s 5.5” x 30.5” x 51.5” – not exactly small. Once assembled, it stands 55” high, 48” long, and 27” wide. It is designed to support users up to 6’6” and 300 pounds. Users under 4’1” are advised against using this table.
The ankle supports leave something to be desired when compared to reviews of higher end products. They aren’t particularly comfortable, and the foot rests aren’t very adjustable. You can adjust by about an inch backward or forward, but that’s it. These ankle restraints feature foam rollers to the front and a spring-loaded mechanism with a long lever.
For those who may be used to higher-end models, this is nothing special. If you have thin ankles and/or are tall, your head will most likely not sit right on the head rest. The heel cups are quite secure, however, and side-to-side movement is eliminated. The tough rubber padding makes them uncomfortable to the user. But again, this is an inexpensive inversion table.
The front rollers offer a little more adjustment due to the ratcheting system. They do what they’re supposed to, provided you aren’t fully inverted. For full inversions and extensive exercises, you will want to use some extra padding. The long lever is by far the best feature of the ankle restraints. You use the spring-loaded pin in top to lock your ankles in, and also to release them.
Honestly, I don’t even know why inversion tables allow for folding to store. They’re often heavy and bulky, even when folded down. That being said, this unit does fold down “flat” – at which point it will need to be propped up against something. It won’t stand on its own in this position. It won’t be completely flat – the hand rails don’t actually fold down. The space you plan to store it in will need to be at least 20”.
It’s also quite a bit lighter than many inversion tables, so it’s not impossible to move around. It is pretty impractical though, since it’s not very easy to store.
If you don’t have much for storage space at all, you may decide to remove the back rest and the adjustment shaft. This process can take awhile, but will significantly reduce the size and allow to store it in multiple pieces.
Unlike many other inversion tables, this particular model is made in China. This enables it to be made very inexpensive. It does reflect on the quality, though. Considering the entire line of Emer Deluxe tables falls in the $100 range, they still manage to get the job done. Keep the price in mind when considering the features that are left out.
The Emer Deluxe Inversion Table offers a one year warranty.
It is pretty stable and will definitely get the job done.
If you’re easily frustrated when it comes to assembly and adjustment, and you have the budget for a better unit, this might not be the best choice for you.
The specific requirements of an inversion table vary from person to person. All inversion tables will offer stretching of the back – which is exactly what you want, for both physical therapy as well as exercise.
However, the Teeter Hang Ups EP-560 is regarded as one of the best on the market, and for good reason.
Teeter Hang Ups has been in the game for over 30 years and has consistent quality in all their products. Teeter stands behind their products and continually proves that they mean business. Customer reviews boast of their commitment to quality standards, high reputation, and product testing.
Teeter Hang Ups is one of the highest quality inversion table brands on the market. This particular model is delivered with minimal assembly required. (Who has time to read a million instructions, anyway?)
This 90% complete set-up requires about 15-25 minutes for the average user to install. The company says “13 minutes” – but it should be noted that the people they have testing their times are likely to be professionals in the field.
Once your table is set up, you’ll need to adjust the settings to accommodate your height and weight. This is vital, as most inversion tables can’t function properly if they’re not calibrated.
The EP-560 is made from carbon steel that has been heat-treated to ensure extra durability. Featuring squeak-free pivot bearings and auto-locking hinges, this table will last years. They also offer a revolutionary flexible table design that excels when compared to other foam tables.
This table will actually conform to your body rather than applying unnecessary pressure. We’re trying to relieve pressure here, and Teeter Hang Ups understands that. This flexible table design also offers unmatched air flow – foam can’t offer that!
The EP-560 comes with special ankle locks designed to comfortably, but safely, hold the user in place. These ankle locks curve to fit close while remaining comfortable. This reduces pressure on your ankles as compared to other models. In addition to the foam ankle restraints, this table includes a comfort dial for additional adjustment.
An inversion table is no use to you if you don’t use it. That’s why Teeter Hang-Ups has included with this product:
With these added features, the user can learn the system in just a short period of time. This table is great for those who have never used an inversion table before. It also provides the type of quality that a more experienced user requires.
From setup to storage, the EP-560 was designed with the beginner in mind. This machine is one of the easiest inversion tables on the market, and Teeter Hang Ups has included ample instructional material.
The simplicity of use will depend slightly on your previous experience. More experienced users may not need the instructional materials at all. For beginners, the DVD will walk you through the process with video to follow along with. If you encounter any issues, the manual is a valuable resource for answering any questions.
The Teeter Hang Ups EP-560, when properly calibrated, can accommodate a wide variety of users. Heights supported are 4’8” to 6’6”, and it can safely support a maximum weight of 300 pounds.
Safety is a major concern when considering any health or fitness product. Teeter Hang Ups is the only brand on the market that is tested and certified by UL. This is an independent safety certification organization that is not affiliated with Teeter Hang Ups in any way.
No other inversion table on the market meets the high testing standards set forth by UL. This sets Teeter Hang Ups apart from all the other tables available. Teeter also works with doctors, athletes, engineers, and chiropractors to ensure that their customers are safe and protected.
The Teeter Hang Ups EP-560 is an inversion table that you will feel proud to use. Adjusting to its specifications is a simple process. This means that the consumer is more likely to use it than a complicated inversion table, and will have greater success in reaching their goals.
Teeter Hang Ups understands that most people don’t have the space to leave their inversion table out all the time. That’s why they have designed it to fold flat in under a minute. Take care when moving, because the quality materials add up to a high weight – almost 70 pounds when packaged. Once folded, you should have no problems fitting it into a closet or behind a door.
Teeter Hang Ups backs up the EP-560 with a remarkable 5-year warranty. This warranty is extensive and covers all components. For more information, check your owner’s manual.
This table is backed by a comprehensive warranty and a reputation for excellence.
Additionally, Teeter Hang Ups has equipped this product with numerous safety and comfort features. guaranteeing a great inversion experience.
When we were first presented with the Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table, we had a pretty good idea of what to expect. Considering that more than 1000 people have reviewed it on Amazon — with an average rating of well above 4 stars out of 5 — we didn’t imagine any significant issues arising.
Let’s find out if we were right.
Maybe you’ve had joint problems and back aches for a while. Maybe you’re sick and tired of shelling out an endless stream of cash for physio appointments that you’ve lost faith in. You want to try something new, something promising. If that’s the case, an inversion table might just be a great solution to your problems.
By relieving your spine of the pressure it’s usually accustomed to, an inversion table can allow the joints below the lever point to ease up and decompress. Basically, the body weight is evenly distributed while the user is suspended which, as it turns out, is actually very good for you.
The Ironman Gravity 4000 Table boasts the following features:
On removing the inversion table from the box, you may feel slightly intimidated by the fact that it arrives partially assembled. However, we found it to be extremely easy to put together and had it up and running in less than 30 minutes.
Other users have also pretty much unanimously praised the straightforward construction.
On first inspection, all of our preconceptions about the table were confirmed; it is very well-built. The steel frame feels solid, and the back is extremely sturdy. You won’t need to worry about accidents or getting hurt, and you’ll soon be very confident about using the table even when unsupervised. It’s actually very comfortable; the molded ankle holders will securely hold your feet without the need for gravity boots (some people swear gravity boots are a must for the 4000, but we didn’t notice any problems without them).
It also happens to fold up, which is extremely convenient. When folded, it still requires a fair amount of space (it measures 26 x 65 x 49 inches when folded), but it’s still a lot more convenient than most inversion tables out there. Once you clear a space to store it when you’re not using it, you’ll hardly even notice it’s there.
The 350 pound maximum weight capacity is actually very impressive, too. Thanks again to the fantastic steel frame, you can still feel comfortable in the table even if your weight happens to be closer to that mark.
The only downsides we noticed with this table were that — thanks in part to its solid construction — it can be a little heavy to move when you’re storing it. Likewise, the manual could be considered a little brief for some users.
However, that’s probably down to the fact that you’ll not really need to refer to it if you have a rough idea of what you’re doing. In the worst case scenario, you can always find the information you need online, anyway.
If this is your first time using an inversion table, you may not know that it’s a very good idea to rest after a session. This involves sitting or lying in the correct position in order to avoid potential nerve injuries. This might sound scary, but it’s not — you can find all the info you need on Google. Make sure that you are not a candidate to suffer from certain contraindications.
This basically means any negative interactions that might be caused by using an inversion table if you have any pre-existing conditions. For example, if you’re using a blood thinning drug, or have heart or circulatory problems, it might not be a great idea to use an inversion table. Read this great article which will give you more info about contraindications.
All in all, we were extremely satisfied with the table. We used it for inverting, and highly recommend that you give it a try, too.
It won’t take long for you to feel the benefits of inverting, and there’s no better way to do it than with the best inversion product available on the market.
It’s amazingly well-built, caters fantastically to user needs and expectations, and all-in-all just feels like a solid investment that’s worth every penny.
Be sure to check out the Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table if you’re thinking about either buying your first table or replacing your old one.
At the beginning of the 1980s, Roger Teeter was competing in water skiing events at a national level. Thanks to relentless and crippling back pains, he had no choice but to equip a steel reinforced lace-up brace every single time he hit the slopes.
This suffering would eventually come to a halt, thanks to the invention of the Teeter inversion table.
It was at one particular ski event that Roger was introduced to inversion therapy. He was so impressed by it that he and his wife founded the Teeter company in 1981. By 1982, they had already produced their first pair of Gravity Boots as well as an over easy inversion table.
Thirty years later, and Teeter are now the most widely trusted inversion therapy brand in the world. The U.S. Army Physical Fitness School has even been using Teeter products since 1999 to help recruits feel healthier and assist in pain relief.
Even Roger himself is still using it at the grand old age of 76, and credits his vitality and active lifestyle to using Teeter Hang Ups on a daily basis (which goes to show that Teeter Hang Ups do work fantastically!).
Beyond inversion tables, Teeter also produce gravity boots, stress-relieving pillow sets, back stretchers, and other useful products for relieving pain and discomfort. Today, we’re going to take a look at three Teeter inversion tables and we’ll provide a brief introduction to each of them.
A prime example of inversion technology at its best, the EP-950 is used for relieving pain in the back and spine, assisting in improved posture, and treating other health ailments. It also uses the Patented Flex Technology system, which provides amazing versatility in how you use the table thanks to an expanded area of movement.
There’s also a comfortable surface which you can rely on to encourage stretching without having to experience burning sensations or other discomfort. A ratchet ankle lock system provides enhanced support, which over time will allow you to feel more confident in using the table and getting the maximum benefit out of it.
The EP-950 has a 300-pound weight limit, and comes with a 5 year warranty, too. On Amazon, 304 users have written reviews with an average rating of 4.5 stars. This consistent customer satisfaction can simply be put down to the care Teeter put into developing it, as well as the affordable price-tag.
One user reviewing the table wrote that he had experienced intense pain in his upper back. Ultimately, he experienced pinched nerves and found that his arm and forearm movement was significantly impaired. After using this particular table for just 2 nights, he reported fantastic pain relief. He now swears by the Teeter EP-950, and manages to enjoy entire days without any pain at all!
This slightly more affordable inversion table has been advertised on TV thanks to the fantastic therapeutic benefits reported by users. With over 235 reviews, it has an average score of 4.5/5, which is testament to the incredible products Teeter have been producing since their inception.
Using the pioneering ComforTrak bed design, the EP-560 is provided with complimentary additional acupressure nodes and a lumbar bridge. You can attach these anywhere along the ComforTrak to experience inversion sessions with even greater results than before!
Also present are the ergo-embrace ankle cups and the grip-and-stretch handles, which allow for more stretching and decompression. You’ll also find the table extremely easy to control thanks to the Precision Balancing System, which comes complete with secure lock-out to prevent any nasty accidents.
In competitive tests, it’s consistently out-rated its competitors thanks to a fantastic design. Not only that, it arrives 90% partially assembled, meaning that you can have it up and running in minutes after opening the box. Anyone up to 300 lbs can use the table with complete confidence, and Teeter also provide a 5-year warranty with it to put your mind at ease when purchasing.
After using the EP-560, one user got in touch to explain that he and his wife had been experiencing back problems for a while. After just 10 minutes of trying it out, he swears his wife cried with relief as she was enjoyed her first pain-free moment in years!
In trial use, it has been shown to lengthen the spine to allow for pressure relief on the discs, muscles, and tendons. It also features Flex technology, which again will allow for a fantastic area of motion and creative use of the table to treat a huge list of health issues.
An adjustable foot platform comes with the EZ Angle tether strap, as well as a flexible pillow. An Instructional DVD provides all the info you need to get started using the table, and the sturdy frame allows for users up to 300 lbs to use it with maximum confidence. It’s also provided with a 5-year warranty, courtesy of Teeter.
In terms of actual use, we heard from someone who had purchased the EP-550 to help him with periodic back pains he had been experiencing for quite a while. After some experimentation, he concluded that using it 2-3 times a week worked best for him. Best of all? He hasn’t experienced significant back problems in over 4 months!
So there you have it. A brief introduction to Teeter and their world of fantastic inversion therapy products. They’re a market leader for a reason, you know, and the fantastic user feedback we see and hear online really is representative of how much they care about product quality and inversion therapy in general.
Any of the Teeter inversion tables we’ve talked about today would make for a great entry to inversion therapy or — better yet — a replacement for your current table. Trust us, this is an investment which will stand the test of time. You won’t regret it.
The Ironman company is well-known for producing some of the best consumer-level inversion therapy tables on the market. Today, we’re going to look at 3 separate models and let you know how you can decide which Ironman inversion table is best for you.
Customers have repeatedly reported that an investment of between one and two hundred dollars on an Ironman product has had a significant positive impact on their health and wellbeing.
That said, specific models will cater more to certain people than others. We’re going to talk about each table, and then let you know if it’s right for you and why.
The Gravity 4000 is a product we’ve talked about here several times before. It’s easily one of (if not the) most popular inversion tables on the market, and customers more-or-less unanimously praise its fantastic build-quality and performance.
It brings a sturdy tubular steel frame to the table, as well as a memory-foam backrest. While these are mandatory features in themselves, the very fact that they’ve used the best materials possible speaks volumes about Ironman’s dedication to customer satisfaction. The steel frame will provide the reliability, while the memory-foam will allow you to enjoy unparalelled comfort.
In terms of a range of motion, the Gravity 4000 can move up to 180 degrees, and supports users with up to 350 lbs body weight. Despite its fantastic functionality and durability, it also has the convenience of being foldable for easier storage when not in use.
Other positive aspects include non-skid rubber floor stabilizers which will prevent the table from sliding when you’re using it, and a patented Palm Activated locking system for your ankles, making getting into and out of the Gravity 4000 as easy as possible.
I have read of persons who were supposed to undergo expensive back surgery, who instead opted to use this table from Ironman with great success. DISCLAIMER: This does not mean an inversion table is a substitute for back surgery, but it is definitely an option you should discuss with your doctor and chiropractor.
The Ironman Gravity 4000 is best for you if: If you’re in the market for the best value for money inversion table, it’s hard to recommend against the Gravity. It’s great and affordable, and has the backing of thousands of satisfied customers.
Extra-long safety handles are also present with the LX 300, making it easy for you to adjust movement during use and to return to the upright position with a minimum of fuss.
Being an Ironman product, it still delivers the same durability and — while the benefits may not be as apparent as they are with the 4000 — you can still expect to notice a significant improvement in terms of back pain and general wellbeing.
The Ironman LX 300 Inversion Table is best for you if: If you’re looking for an affordable table that still manages to deliver impressive results, the LX 300 is a great choice. While you’ll skimp on certain features and benefits, you’ll still easily recognize a positive impact on your body.
An extra-wide oval tubing steel frame provides room and durability to comfortably use the table for longer periods of time, while a thick nylon backrest with memory foam results in a level of comfort and relaxation that few more affordable models can match.
In terms of range, the ATIS 4000 can be locked into an impressive 10 angles of inversion, with additional hand grips for maximum stretching. The frame also happens to be height adjustable to 6’6, and can support users weighing up to 320 pounds comfortably.
While it might be a heavy investment to make, you can expect it to last a considerable period of time. Over a year, you’ll pay less than a dollar a day. We definitely think pain relief and an overall improved wellbeing are worth that kind of payment.
Choose the Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table if: If you’re willing to pay a significant amount of cash for one of the best tables on the market and expect the best results. The ATIS 4000 delivers both in terms of general quality and performance.
So, there you have it. Our lowdown on three of the best known Ironman inversion tables on the market. We hope that it helped you to decide which product is right for you but — if not — feel free to continue browsing the site. Our other articles provide in-depth knowledge of each of the inversion therapy products we’ve come across.
The Body Champ IT8070 demonstrates great value for money among the various available inversion tables on the market. It effectively helps people who suffer from back pains, yet its price is unbelievably low.Read an ad or a typical Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table review, and you’ll realize that this product is a striking example of how inversion tables are not necessarily expensive luxuries.
Many health care experts recommend the use of inversion tables if you have problems with your discs, especially if they’re herniated. But the problem is that the prices of some tables exceed a thousand dollars, and spending that kind of money seems like a more painful experience than your back pain. That’s not going to be an issue with this table from Body Champ.
This is perhaps the most notable aspect of this Body Champ table. You can read all about its features and how safe and effective it is to use, but the price is just simply a treat. Its list price is usually just over $200, but you can easily find online deals that enable you to buy it for almost half of that (with free shipping).
Complicated assembly is one of the more common problems among inversion tables. But with the Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table, you can get it done in less than 60 minutes. Get a friend to help out, and it is even easier. This is a great feature, because you simply can’t use an inversion table if you can’t figure out how to assemble it correctly. You’re asking for trouble when you do that.
Her are the other things you can expect when you buy this table:
The Body Champ IT8070 reviews on Amazon are overwhelmingly positive with an average of more than 4 stars, which isn’t surprising at all. Out of the hundreds of reviews, a very large number gave it five stars with another couple hundred reviewers giving it four stars and just above.
For the most part, the complaints are mostly about how the Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Table is lacking some feature that is present on other, more expensive inversion tables. When you compare the Body Champ IT8070 with other inversion tables in its price range, its superiority is much more evident.
The Body Champ IT8070 is ideal for you if you want a basic, no-fuss inversion table that won’t cost you an arm and a leg. It’s perfect because there’s no other model which is just as affordable, yet has all the important features. This is also ideal for you if you aren’t all that confident about your DIY assembling abilities, as it is very easy to set up.
If you are leaning towards being overweight, then this isn’t for you, as the 250-pound limit may not be enough. What you need is the Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table, which has a heavy-duty steel frame. It can support up to 350 pounds, and it doesn’t cost a whole lot more.
It offers relief from back pain at a very reasonable price. It’s very easy to assemble, and it’s safe and easy to use. And that’s why just about every Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table reviewer gives it their approval.
I was very happy when the chance finally came around to write this Teeter Hang-Ups EP-960 review. I wanted to find out for myself how good this product really is.
Will I be recommending this product to my readers?
Let’s find out!
Let me first mention that the majority of inversion tables are priced below $200, and you can even find some for under $100. As with most things in life, you get what you pay for.
You may be asking yourself, is it really worth investing a couple hundred dollars in a table?
Well, if your back pain has been bothering you for some time, and you need the relief that inversion can bring, this isn’t all that expensive. Heck, I am pretty sure that fancy smartphone you own costs more. And an inversion table can actually improve your life!
Teeter are very well known for their inversion products, and the EP 960 is the flagship of their Comfortrak range.
The EP-960 patented stretch grips (Teeter calls them EZ-Stretch traction handles) will ensure you don’t slip and injure yourself, while the bed design is innovative and very comfortable. Teeter has also precision balanced their product, meaning that you get the full benefits of inversion therapy.
With this product you will get a relaxing therapeutic massage, and in as little as 20 minutes a day you can reduce inflammation in your joints, and also decompress those tense areas. The EP 960 features the EZ Stretch traction handles for easy rotation and full inversion, while the EZ Reach locking system will ensure that there is very little pressure on your ankles when in the upside-down position (also known as the fully inverted position).
20 minutes a day, and you can feel comfortable in your own body again.
Sounds good to me!
This table has everything you need to get started with inversion therapy, but if you are like me, and like extra gadgets, there are some accessories that can be bought. The two you should know about, is the acupressure nodes and the lumbar bridge. These attachments can increase your healing pressure and increase the compression, leading to a more effective inversion experience.
Teeter has done a great job of making this table very easy to adjust. This means you can share the table with your better half, without worrying about frustrating adjustments every time you use it.
Teeter has gone the extra mile to make this one of the most comfortable tables on the market today. They thought about all the little things, and their patented EZ Reach ankle system works really well when fastening your ankles. Very little bending is required, a move that is already uncomfortable for those using inversion tables.
One other thing that I haven’t mentioned up to now, is that this table is very easy to fold and store. Don’t make the mistake of buying a cheap inversion table, and then finding out that it doesn’t fold and store easily. I find this is the single most overlooked benefit when it comes to choosing the right inversion table.
I am not overly excited about the price of this table, but I understand why it has such a high price tag. This table is a premium product, and might not be the right table for you.
If you were too lazy to read the above (shame on you!), here are the bullet points:
This table is one of the best, if not the very best inversion table that money can buy. With the EP 960 your back pain will soon be something of the past.