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Inversion Table

Item# 95-1485
$279.00

Stretch out spinal compression safely and easily.

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Our inversion table has been updated to be more ergonomic and help you reverse the spinal compression you experience every day. With each use you’ll achieve that incredible feeling of someone lifting you up through your vertebrae. This table, constructed of heavy steel, helps strengthen your back, elongate your spine, and increase circulation. Padded half-circle handlebars and cushioned ankle harnesses add comfortable secure support.

Inversion Table Features:
  • Reverses daily spinal compression
  • Relieves vertebrae tension
  • Strengthens back and elongates the spine
  • Increases circulation
  • Heavy steel construction
  • Padded handlebars and ankle harnesses
  • Rubber floor protectors
  • Adjusts easily to most heights
  • Height adjusts to fit 5'1"-6'2
  • For individuals weighing up to 250 lb

If you are pregnant or have back or eye problems or other serious medical conditions, consult your doctor before using this product.

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Measurements: Adjusts to fit heights of 5'1" to 6'2", with clear settings on each side. For individuals weighing up to 250 lb.

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by changed my life! I was a bit skeptical about inversion tables before purchasing, but now I don't go a day without inverting, thanks to this fabulous product. It has changed my life! I use to have back problems that caused me to be a regular at my chiropractor’s office. Now, all I have to do is invert for a few minutes each day, and I feel fabulous - no more pain, no more chiropractors. I highly recommend this product..it will save you time and money! July 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by A lifesaver! The Inversion Table has literally saved my back. Years of manual labor took its toll, but after owning this table for only a few months i already feel healthier and more aligned. I used it every day at first but now i don't need it all the time -- just a few inversions a week keep me upright and feeling great. Highly recommended for anyone with tightness or slumping in their back. July 27, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Help on construction The first reviewer wrote: "For example, there is a part called adjustable hook spacer, which has three different settings. I'm 5'1" tall. Which hole is best for someone my height? " I have a 15 year old inversion table from Living Arts that was the precursor to the current model.  Back in those days, the instruction manuals were better.  Unfortunately, I've lost the manual, but I clearly remember that it said that only one of these three holes was recommended, and that the recommendation was independent of your height --- basically everyone should use the recommended hole and ignore the others.  Sadly, I've forgotten which was the recommended hole, except that I'm sure it was not the middle one.  The folks at Gaiam were incredibly helpful in trying to track down this info for me, but in the end, nobody could find the 15 year old manual. However, a series of experiments suggests to me that the hole you want is the one farthest from the protrusion that fits into the stand.   I had hoped to leave this as a comment on the first review, but that doesn't seem possible, so here it is in case it helps anyone. May 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great table but little instruction I just put my table together. Not too difficult, but the instructions were a bit difficult to follow. The instructions are all pictures, so if you can't follow those types of directions, have someone help you interpret them. I only gave it three stars on 'ease of use' because even though I got it together, there were no directions on best/recommended settings for different heights and weights. For example, there is a part called adjustable hook spacer, which has three different settings. I'm 5'1" tall. Which hole is best for someone my height? Considering the $20 ball comes with an instructional DVD, I would expect the $250 table to come with some kind of 'how to use this effectively' instructions! I also found the safety strap a bit of a challenge. Since I am so short, I've had to adjust the safety strap to the very smallest I could make it to maintain the 45-degree angle my doc recommended. I may look into getting additional safety straps made so that when my 6'2" tall hubby uses it, he actually rotates past 15-degrees since my adjustments make the strap too short for him to use. Other than those two concerns, I love this table. My L2, L3 and L4 disks are all bulging, so this has really alleviated the pressure on the nerves, making my life much less painful. June 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Inversion table I think the product is fine, but there was little information on how to use it. I had to find resources on the web from other sources. Also the product arrived with missing tools and nuts, but Gaiam did send it out quickly. It was easy to put together. March 3, 2012
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We are so sorry that you did not receive instructions! Please contact one of our customer service representatives at 800.482.3747 and we would be happy to mail you an instruction booklet.
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I am not quite 5'-0'' tall. Will I be uncomfortable using this table? Would it be a safety risk?
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The item is designed to be used safely by individuals 5'1" to 6'2" tall and with a weight of up to 250lbs. We cannot recommend using this item if you do not meet these requirements as it could be a safety hazard.
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If you are having a hard time fully inverting try adjusting the length of your foot rest by a couple inches (try longer first) and it should help make it easier for you to invert. Depending on where your center of gravity is sometimes you need to adjust the height a little.
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Is there an easy way to "lock" in your ankles so they are secure and comfortable?
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Yes, when using the product you feel very comfortable when inverted. You're not going to fall out.
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I find that being small boned it is better for me to wear walking shoes when using the table as my feet will not slip out of the ankle guards if I have shoes on and easier to relax completely.
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Your feet lock into place very easily. There is a lever that you pull to release the foot restraint and it easily locks into place with one hand.
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No, it is not collapsible.
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It does fold, but is still quite cumbersome, given the foot rest and length.
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The table does fold up it's dimensions are roughly 7' Tall and 6" wide when folded.
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