An inversion table is used for inversion therapy, where an individual is held in an upside down position or at an inverted angle while hanging by the legs angles or feet. This therapy is a form of spinal decompression which is a form of spinal traction. Before they went out of business in 2007, Lifegear manufactured nine models of inversion tables. The Life gear inversion table model no. 75112 was once the now defunct company’s bestselling model.
Quality of construction
Lifegear’s Deluxe Inversion Table features durable steel construction and a scratch-resistant powder coated frame. This makes it durable in spite of the fact that it is capable of supporting users weighing up to 300 pounds and 6 feet, 6 inches tall. The back rest is equally, tough, having been constructed of tough vinyl material that also provides for extra inverting. The manufacturer equipped this model with unique, non-skid stabilizers for extra stability when the tale is in use.
Ease of use
While the life gear inversion table doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles associated with high end models, it will turn you upside down and back to an upright position in one piece. The table features an angle-adjusting tether. This combines with the maneuverability handles to provide users with safe and care free daily usage. The tubular steel frame offers firm support and can support anyone who does not exceed 300 pounds. This means that it can be used by most regular sized people.
The table comes with an instructional video that demonstrates how to set it up the table for first use, how to tweak the safety straps to control the maximum angle of inversion and how to secure the ergonomically-molded ankle straps comfortably and securely.
It has a nylon safety tethers to provide for multiple inverting angles without injuring the feet and the backrest is constructed with tough vinyl that provides for additional comfort when inverting. To maximize body stability while inverting , it is equipped with safety handles that make the process of returning the body to the upright position smooth, as well as molded ankle cushions that are ergonomically designed to fully fit an relax the user’s ankles when in use.
The inversion table was designed to do more than just relieve the stress on the back; it is the ultimate full body soother. It stimulates blood circulation as you work on your discs to relieve stiffness in your muscles and stress on your back. It also increases body flexibility and therefore your athletic performance, for this reason, many doctors recommend this model as a way of working out back problems.
If you suffer from back stress, then this is the table for you. It is ergonomically designed to relieve vertebrae pressure as well. It can also be maneuvered every which way to ensure that moving it around or packing it up is a breeze. This coupled with the comfort levels it offers means that it is good or ours of care free use without risking injury. What’s more, this model will last years and this more than justifies its cost-effective price by a long shot.