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#21 ONLINE   climber511

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Posted 02 December 2013 - 02:09 PM

Chris, how's your back feeling these days. Any improvement from the inversion table ?

Thanks for asking.  I used the Inversion table and it made things worse for me.  I read everything I could find from everyone who even called themselves a back doctor (from the library and online).  I mostly ended up with Stuart McGill's stuff and worked my butt off with rehab (which I still do every single day in one form or another).  My back is much better and "knock on wood" giving me no more trouble than it has for years now.  I did a 353 DO Axle Dl at Thankgripping in the medley, which is a very good lift for me and lapped a 300# plate trainer (bearhug style) this morning.  Not near my old max but still the back did just fine.  I shouldn't have done it I suppose but I wanted to know. 


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Posted 02 December 2013 - 02:16 PM

I have had some back issues that were made worse by the table.  over all it helps but, when things are flared up it tends to aggravate it even more. 

 

I thinks it's better as a preventative than a cure.

 

353 isn't a bad axle at all.


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Posted 11 January 2014 - 07:26 AM

 Ironman Gravity 4000 is affordable and good ,Teeter Hang Up is famous brand ,i google and find this inversion table guide site .hope it is help for you.


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