Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table
Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table Review
Inversion therapy has been practiced since ancient times but today you can do it much more comfortably by using an Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table.
Whether you have poor circulation or problems with damaged discs or trapped nerves you’ll find that inversion therapy can work miracles. To get the full effect you need a table that will lock into a choice of different angles. The ATIS 4000 offers a ten.
Don’t just think that’s all you’ll be able to do while hanging upside down – that’s where the Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table differs from other inversion tables. You can use its ab and core training system to isolate your abdominals so you can build strength every time you use it, even for just a few minutes every day.
What a bonus! No back pain and six-pack abs at the same time!
The Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table is ergonomically designed to fit users who are up to 6’6” tall and 320 pounds. It’s easy to use because you work with your own weight and gravity itself. Put your back against the backrest then slip your feet into the molded ankle straps and just slowly raise your hands above your head. The machine does everything else for you and will slowly invert to the angle you have selected.
It has very comfortable hand grips and a large foot platform so you can get on and off easily. The frame is made from extra wide oval steel tubing and the bench is covered in a 1” thick layer of memory foam for even more comfort. There’s even a holder where you can put your cell phone and all those other things that you keep in your pockets instead of dumping them on the floor when you’re upside down!
Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table Features
- Measures 35 by 62 by 58 inches (W x H x D). Weighs 111 pounds
- Combines inversion table and an abdominal training system for strength andreducing back pain
- Oval tube steel frame and 2-1/2-inch nylon backrest with 1” thick memory foam
- Ten inversion locking angles. Comfortable inverted hand grips for maximum stretching
- Adjustable to 6’ 6” and supports up to 320 pounds
- Nonslip rubber foot grips
Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table User Review
I often wondered if inversion therapy was all it was cracked up to be. It was my last resort as nothing else was working for my nagging back pain. My husband bought me the Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table for Christmas. I’m glad I was out while he built it with the help of our teenage son who told me later that dad had been cursing the entire time (he’s not a handyman and it’s a good job the tools were included!)
Nonetheless this machine has changed my life. I found it somewhat disturbing when I heard my back making some very strange noises the first time I tried the ATIS 4000 out.
I guess I was tense but as soon as I made myself relax I realized that all those strange noises were coming from my spine which was decompressing. A few minutes later I was up on my feet waiting for the first (normal) stabbing pains to return. There weren’t any. Although I felt some discomfort all I could describe was it felt like minor bruising.
A month later and I feel like a different person. I’m back to using my treadmill and I can do gardening and housework without any pain.
If you have back pain then try inversion therapy – you won’t regret it. My Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table has allowed me in just a few short weeks to return to my previous very active life.