If you have arrived at this page after reading the e-book, it means you chose the inversion table for practicing safe inversion. Excellent choice. The pros and cons of the table were already covered in the e-book so I won’t go over this again here. Below is more information about the best 5 inversion tables I came across after substantial research. The prices are from low end to high end so something to suit every pocket while still being effective:-
This table provides a full 180-degree inversion with an ankle lock system, which is easy to operate. You can also adjust the height for users from 4 ft up to 6½ ft. Can accommodate up to 300 pounds in weight.
The Ironman Gravity 1000 table is equipped with tough rubber non-skid floor stabilizers. It inverts up to 180 degrees and supports up to 300 pounds weight. It folds away for easy storage and weighs 46 pounds.
The Stamina InLine Inversion system is equipped with a nylon tether strap to control inversion, quickly adjustable footrest and foam padded ankle support for comfort. The handlebars are also padded and fits users of most heights.
The Ironman Gravity 4000 table inverts up to 180 degrees and has ergonomically molded ankle cushions, which supports up to 300 pounds, and is easy to install.
The Teeter Hang Ups EP-560 Ltd Inversion Table has the most features with added bonus acupressure nodes and lumbar bridge fit. It comes with ergo-embrace ankle cups for added comfort and built-in grip-and-stretch handles for added stretching and decompression. It easily folds away for storage and can accommodate up to 300 pounds weight. It also comes with a 5-year warranty.
Whichever inversion table you decide to buy depends on your pocket and experience desired. You can check out the reviews for each table on amazon to help you make a decision as well.
If you have any questions after purchase, you can contact me on Ask Abi page.