Exerpeutic Inversion Table Review
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Exerpeutic Inversion Table Review

No, you don’t have to live with back pain anymore. Pain due to too much stress on the spine, herniated disc, bad posture, or any one of the several debilitating conditions that have made your life miserable can be a thing of the past. All you need is a little help from the Exerpeutic Inversion Table. The Exerpeutic Inversion Table is the best tool to alleviate pain, relieve stiff muscles, and improve blood circulation.

Users looking to buy an inversion table judge the product on five important factors – durability, safety, comfort, functionality, and affordability. You’ll find the Exerpeutic Inversion Table possesses everything that you expect in an inversion table.

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Durability

During inversion table therapy the user is in a very vulnerable situation. You don’t want the table to come crashing down when you’re upside-down. The table needs to be strong enough to withstand your body weight and firm enough to endure the pressure created during the workouts.

The Exerpeutic Inversion Table is a lot stronger than other products in its price range. The frames are thicker and sturdier. The frames are made of 1.5-inch square steel. From the design of the table, it becomes very clear that the makers have focused heavily on stability. Almost anyone can use the Exerpeutic Inversion Table. The table supports anyone who is between 4’10’’ and 6’6’’ tall and weighs less than or equal to 300lbs.

Safety

Exerpeutic Inversion Table is not a play tool, it’s a workout and pain relief equipment that’s among the best in the market. The makers have left no stone unturned to ensure safety. The majority of users fear they’ll lose balance and get stuck in the upside-down position till someone comes their way. Exerpeutic Table has addressed this issue by adding the U-shaped handles that are long and padded for easy support. With the help of the handles the users can right their position anytime they want.

The Exerpeutic Inversion Table also comes with the safety strap to control the level of inversion. Users who’re not satisfied with the strap that comes with the product can opt for a thicker one, but we doubt it’ll be necessary as the existing safety strap is strong enough to hold up to 300lbs.

Comfort

Users will have a tough time exercising if the table is uncomfortable. To improve comfort, the makers have added the soft padded backrest. The padded backrest ensures the users have a relaxing time on the table when it’s stationary and while doing exercises. The backrest, ankle support, and U-shaped handles are all padded to ensure comfort. Some users feel the ankle support to be strong, but thin on padding. Users can use a towel or soft form to improve the padding.

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Functionality

The Exerpeutic Inversion Table allows full, 180-degree inversion, and to prevent any mishap, the tables have an adjustable tether strap. You won’t have any issues setting up, storing, and adjusting the ankle and the height of the table. A wide range of stretches and exercises can be performed using the Exerpeutic Inversion Table.

Affordability

Users can buy the Exerpeutic Inversion Table for approx. $95, which is very reasonable compared to other inversion tables with similar features. We can guarantee you’ll not find an inversion table with similar features and functionality for this price. The inversion table comes with a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty. On the whole, the Exerpeutic Inversion Table is a must-have for anyone who wants to live a pain-free, healthy life.

Pros/Cons

PROS

CONS

Strong and stable frame

Added padding for ankle support needed

Padded backrest for extra comfort

Difficulty in folding the table

The ankle locking system increases safety, Long U-shaped handles to right the position

Some users feel thicker safety strap is required

Supports 180-degree inversion

 

Reasonably priced

 

1-year warranty

 

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