How to Find the Best Inversion Chair
In this blog post I will teach you how to find the best inversion chair, so make sure you pay attention folks! Inversion chairs have only just recently come into the market though their counterparts, inverted tables, have been around for years. The reason they were made is because not everyone wants to, or can lay flat during inversion therapy.
What are the advantages of inversion therapy
There are many advantages to inversion therapy in general such as relieving pain in your joints and spine. Recent studies have shown that inversion chairs are actually better for you than inversion tables since they are easier to get into and they place less stress on the body.
Tell me more about inversion chairs
There are dozens of inversion chairs out in the market today, so it can be difficult to find the best one out there. However, there are a few key things that you can look out for that will let you know how good an inversion chair is.
Firstly, you want to look at the maximum inversion angle. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to invert yourself a full 180 degrees to get the benefits of inversion therapy.
An angle as low as 70 degrees provides much of the benefits of inversion therapy without any of the discomfort. Of course, you can look for chairs with a greater inversion angle, but you should definitely not pay for one with a smaller angle than 70 degrees.
Secondly, look at the seat and ankle braces themselves. They should have plenty of cushioning to ensure maximum comfort. As well, the ankle braces should be easy to put on and take off.
The seat should have a seat belt to make sure you are always safe and secure. Pay special attention to see if the seat has a special cushion for your lower back (also called the lumbar region).
This cushion curves out a bit, allowing your back to really stretch during even the slightest inversion. This is a great feature to have.
Finally, look for any stationary safety bars. These bars are meant to be easily grabbed in order to invert yourself and right yourself back up. These are an absolutely necessary feature for any safe inversion chair.
By keeping a lookout for chairs with these features you will have no problems picking out the best inversion chair for you. So take a seat, buckle up, and flip yourself over to enjoy all the benefits of inversion therapy.
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In my humble opinion, the best inversion chair is below
In my opinion the both the Health Mark IV18600 Pro Inversion Therapy Chair, and the Stamina Inline Inversion Chair compete for the top inversion chair in the market.