researchingshopper Review

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No real reason to spend more...
 from NYC,  Sep 30, 2010

I have found that quite often, when shopping for an exercise-related device, you often, with some exception, need to spend more than $300 bucks. THIS device was about $275 here and I saved on the tax and shipping over Amazon's price for the exact same unit. I have severe back pain and this at least for now, provides SOME relief. Today, I'm scheduled for my first epidural injection. It's really that bad. I'm hoping that this table use, even ab exercises in the near future and other types of exercise and weight loss will add up to much better relief and I can stop taking naproxen and other pain relievers. As often is the case: you better have that "genius" cousin over to help assemble it because, often like other assembly instructions, the ones for this particular unit was mind-boggling, at least for ME and I often assemble things, deal with complicated electronics, etc. MY cousin was a life saver and it wouldn't get assembled without him. SO be forewarned about THAT. In the end, hanging upside down like a bat is actually a LOT of fun, besides the therapeutic aspects of using this inversion having a bit of "Six Flags" in my living room. The foot/ankle braces are really great in the way they lock but, be prepared to cut your session short, since your hanging by your feet and ankles and it hurts after a short while if doing this barefooted, which is how I often do it. The locking mechanism for the various angles is unique, useful and give you complete control. This unit folds, too. I love this thing, truly. Don't buy cheaper and don't fall for other, more expensive units that charge you extra for what comes standard with this unit. Good luck....

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