Teeter Hang Ups EP 560 Review
Exercising can do a number on your body, so finding ways to relieve that pain and muscle cramping is important. People usually choose to stretch once they are done exercising, but you can never really stretch all the way just by reaching your toes or laying down flat on the floor. This is where inversion tables come in handy! These tables are tools where you can strap yourself in and comfortably hang upside down. This way, you stretch out your muscles and joints, experiencing true relief. But you must know when to stop using the table because hanging upside down for too long can create more problems than what you originally had. The Teeter EP 560 is one of the most popular inversion tables, and we will show you just why it's so favored!
ComforTrak Backrest for ultimate comfort
Heavy-duty steel frame
Powder-coated for durability
Supports up to 300 pounds
Easy and safe inversion controls
Now let's talk about which active measures are taken for safety on this inversion table. The EP-560 has ankle straps that wrap around the ankles and safely and comfortably cuff them. They also wrap around the heels and the feet to provide you with maximum security. The ankle cuffs can be placed in two different positions to accommodate your height. Once it's time to use the table, set the footrest to the desired position. Then place your feet in, and pull the release handle and place the cushy ankle supports over your feet, and adjust them to your liking. You can wear shoes or socks, or you can go barefoot when hanging upside down. You will have to experiment until you find what suits you the best. Remember that the steeper the angle is, the more weight your ankles will have to support. If you start to feel pain in your ankles while you're inverted, change the angle until you are comfortable, because what's the point of an inversion table if all you feel is pain?