How to decide which Ironman inversion table is best for you
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 Ironman Gravity 4000
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.
Ironman LX 300 Inversion Table
This more affordable table is a great way to relieve back stress on the cheap. While it’s not as impressive as the 4000 in terms of features, it still has a great vinyl covered backrest for comfort as well as foam roller and ankle cushions to lock-in your ankles without causing pain.
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.
Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table
The ATIS 4000 is a definite recommendation if you’ve got the budget for it. Normally selling for a little over $300, it’s the most expensive model on this list. Nevertheless, this combination inversion table and ab training system is not only sleek and stylish, it can also delivery fantastic results.
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.