The Teeter Fitspine X3 Inversion Table is the ideal inversion table for people seeking inversion therapy on par with treatment from a physical therapist. It helps to treat lower back pain and other neck pain issues.
Added features include the extra-long aerospace-grade stainless steel ankle locks for safety. The stretch assist and traction handles provide additional stretching options and assistance. Making the Teeter X3 deliver health benefits in spades.
Equipped with acupressure nodes, it provides welcomed trigger-point pressure release, while the spinal bridge supports and focuses on spinal traction for low back pain.
The EZ-angle tether features preset marking making it easy to invert at 20, 40, and 60 degrees.
With an 8-point floating suspension system, you get a great range of motion and it allows your body maximum body slide for enhanced decompression.
Simple arm movements shift your body weight so that you can effortlessly invert and return to an upright position without struggling.
Backed with a UL 3rd-party certification, FDA registered as a medical device and having met strict sourcing guidelines and approved for healthcare provider use.
Backed with a solid 5-year warranty, Teether has your back with no questions asked!
Deluxe EZ-reach ankle lock system
Ergo-Embrace ankle supports
Stretch max handles
Precision-balanced 3-setting roller hinge
High-Gauge Heat-Treated Steel
Complete Inversion (90 degrees)
Included accessories: EZ-Stretch traction handles, lumbar bridge, acupressure nodes & head pillow
Registered by the Food & Drug Administration as a medical device
3rd-party safety certification
Getting Started DVD
Model: Teeter Fitspine X3 Inversion Table
Specifications: 58.0 x 28.8 x 60.5 inches
60-day trial period
Free shipping within the Continental US
Includes accessories: Spinal bridge & acupressure nodes
Easy fold up & storage
Ships 80% pre-assembled
Ideal for people seeking lumbar traction that is medically reviewed & classified as a medical device for treating the back
Does not have a base, so you will need to lean the table against a wall when you are not using the table
The Precor 240i is a commercial quality stretching machine with a compact footprint making it easy to store.
Cushioned seats and knee pads offer comfort and the ergonomic design ensures the proper stretching position for every major muscle group is observed at all times.
Wrist straps provide security and control when you’re doing one of the 8 essential stretches that come in the instructional placard. Whether you want to focus on leg stretchers or stretches for the back.
A powder-coated steel frame provides sturdiness and durability.
Backed with a generous 5-year warranty on the frame, 2 years on the parts, and 90-days on the upholstery, you'll be getting bang for your buck with the Precor 240i Commercial Series Stretch Trainer!
3D urethane molded-foam padding upholstery
Cushioned seat & knee pads
Pivot points & joints
Wrist straps for security
Instructional placard for 8 essential stretches
Powder-coated steel frame
Maximum user weight: 250 pounds
Model: Precor 240i Commercial Series Stretch Trainer
Specifications: 52 x 28 x 36 inches
Returns permitted within 90-day of purchase
5-year warranty on frame, 2 years on parts & 90-days on upholstery
Ideal for people looking for a whole-body stretching machine & leg stretchers
Comes with 8 essential stretches for lower back, hamstrings, gluteal/hips/legs/back, upper back, shoulders & quadriceps
The Gravity 4000 is built with a tubular steel frame and a scratch-resistant powder-coated finish. The memory-foam vinyl-covered backrest offers a comfortable head and backrest.
The tough rubber nonskid floor stabilizers provide welcomed stability when hanging upside down, and the extra-long handles for safety provide easy support to return to an upright position after inverting.
With an ankle system that is ergonomic, you get comfort and security. When you’re not using the Ironman Gravity 4000, you can fold it and put it away for easy storage.
Sporting a maximum hanging upside-down angle up to 180 degrees, you can be assured with such placement your spine will completely decompress.
To relieve back pain and ease muscle spasms, with the Gravity 4000.
2.5-inch thick memory foam vinyl backrest
Extended backrest with lumbar support pad
Patented ratchet ankle locking system
Extra-long safety handles
Inverts up to 180 degrees
Folds for easy storage
Nonskid floor stabilizers
Maximum weight limit of 350 pounds
Model: Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table
Specifications: 49 L x 26 W x 65 H inches
Easy to use
Extra-long handles for safety
Ideal to relieve pain for various health conditions
Max weight capacity of 350 pounds
Some users may find the handle to lock your ankles is hard to lock/unlock
Professional athletes from martial arts practitioners to other sports, use back stretch machines to maintain flexibility and range of motion before and after physical activity.
Constructed from solid steel and a sturdy frame and high-density, dual-layered padding, the CA-32 can withstand repeated use in-home or commercial studios.
A large, padded handle allows for multiple grip options for users to target different muscle groups while stretching.
Grip handles can be moved up or down with 4 adjustment options for your comfort and convenience.
Purchase includes wrist straps for safety.
You'll get a heavy-duty back stretcher with the Valor Fitness CA-32 Back Stretcher Machine!
4 adjustment positions with a 3-inch range
2 safety straps included
Adjustable handle with soft padded grips
The seat pivots 90 degrees for a deep stretch
Solid steel frame
High-density dual-layered padding
Brand : Valor Fitness
Model: Valor Fitness CA-32 Back Stretcher Machine
Specifications: 50 x 26 x 37 inches
Perfect to warm-up, improve mobility, reduce lower back pain & soreness
Great for achieving the correct back posture
Comes with safety wrist straps
Ideal for individuals looking for a lower back stretcher & other parts of the back, hips & legs
A large, padded handle allows multiple grip options for users to target different muscle groups
Not for people looking for a stretching machine for the upper body or a leg stretcher
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Stretching Machines Buying Guide
Stretching is a great way to prevent injury, aid rehabilitation, ease stiff muscles and increase flexibility.
Stretching machines allow you to get all the benefits from the comfort of your own home, however, it can be quite confusing to know which type of stretching machine to select.
We’ve outlined the key features you may want to consider, so you buy a stretching machine that meets your budget and needs.
Body Stretching Machines
Stretch machines are great appliances that allow you to stretch your muscles, improving flexibility and aiding rehabilitation.
There are lots of different types of stretching machines from those working your whole body to others such as inversion tables, focusing on your back.
Some stretching machines are designed to focus on specific parts of the body, such as the back, legs, etc.
With a large of models available from the Century Versaflex Stretching Machine to the Canvas Stretching Machines to the Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table, there is something available for everyone.
Which type of stretching machine you choose depends on your individual needs.
Benefits of Body Stretch Machines
A stretching machine is exclusively designed to improve your flexibility, it reduces stress levels from the comfort of your own home.
Stretching on a machine offers great resistance to your body, to really release those stiff muscles and reduce muscle pain.
These days many stretching machines offer customizable features from the seats, knee pads, and ankle rest, tailoring to your needs.
Stretching machines also promote you to stretch with the correct form and alignment and with consistent use helps to correct poor posture.
For many people who are unable to use an inversion table due to health conditions, incorporating full-body stretching machines into your stretch routine is essential to promote mobility and prevent injury.
Features of Best Full Body Stretching Machines
What do you want to Stretch?
Your upper body or your lower body or your legs or your back?
Some stretching machines enable stretching of the whole body, whilst other stretching machines focus on specific parts of the body, such as the legs, hamstrings, or back.
Depending on what your goal is, you may want to opt for a stretching machine that targets a specific body area, or if you want to stretch different parts of the body, you may want to opt for a multifunctional stretching machine.
What kind of stretching mechanism does the machine have? Ideally, you want a machine that allows effortless and noise-free movement, providing a seamless stretching experience.
Material and Angle
To ensure you have a sturdy stretching machine that offers a generous weight capacity and is durable ensures the frame is made of heavy-duty steel.
You want the machine to endure repeated use and stand the test of time.
Typically most stretching machines permit an angle of 180 degrees to stretch safely.
Often stretching machines come with wrist straps, to strap you in safely, especially when stretching the upper body.
Whether you select a stretching machine that allows stretching to be done sitting or lying down, you want the surface to be sufficiently padded, whether it's the backrest or footrest.
It could be foam padding or a soft upholstery material that avoids injury and cushions discomfort.
If you are choosing a stretching machine suitable for the whole body, make sure the seat is comfortable.
Is the stretching machine customizable in height or width? This may be an important feature for taller users, or if you wish to select a machine that allows stretching to be done standing up.
Do multiple users intend to use the machine? Then you may want to consider if having the flexibility to adjust parameters is something you need.
If you live in a small apartment or house, you may want to consider a stretching machine model that has a lightweight compact design.
If you select a whole body stretching machine these will have a larger footprint.
Maintenance & Storage
Do you have dedicated space for the stretching machine in your home or are you looking for a design that can be folded when not in use?
Foldable stretching machines are easy to store under your bed, in a closet, or in an area of the house where it’s not in plain sight. How much maintenance does the stretching machine require?
Ease of Use
Is the stretching machine easy to assemble? Once assembled, how easy or complicated is it to use?
Does it come with an instructional manual? If the stretching machine offers adjustable features, how easy is it to adjust the machine or stretching angle?
You don’t want a machine where it’s very cumbersome to switch from one setting to another.
What is your budget for a stretching machine? At the more economical end, you have stretching machines as low as $250 and they can go up to the $1000 mark.
In the end, you should balance your needs, the features you are seeking and the highest quality stretching machine available within your budget.
Read the fine print and be clear who the warranty is with. Typically the warranty is with the original manufacturer. What duration is the warranty for?
Does the warranty cover in-home repairs during your warranty period? Does this include both labor and parts for the repair?
Is there an opportunity to extend the warranty? Do your homework.
Stretching Machines FAQ
What is better, a stretching machine for the whole body or one that targets a specific part of the body?
This very much depends on whether you want a multifunctional stretching machine that allows a full-body stretch or one that targets specific parts of the body, such as calves, shoulders, neck, or back, etc.
If you want to stretch several different parts of the body, you should opt for a stretching machine for the whole body.
If you know the specific body part you want to stretch, you may want a machine that focuses on that specific area, such as an inversion table for the back, or a machine that focuses solely on your calves and hamstrings.
If you are unsure of what to go for, the safest option is to select a stretching machine for the whole body.
How long should you use a stretching machine?
Aim to stretch at least 2 to 3 times per week. Repeat each stretch about 4 times, holding each stretch pose for about 30 seconds.