Teeter Fitspine X2 Inversion Table – There are many benefits you can get when it comes to inversion therapy. One of the biggest benefits is the significant reduction in the need for surgery. Many people have been able to delay and sometimes even avoid back surgery altogether. I get into this more further down.
Teeter Fitspine X2 Inversion Table Design
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The Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table has one of the better designs that you will find available. It comes with a FlexTech bed and an 8 point floating suspension system. Additionally, it has a variety of acupressure nodes along with a lumbar bridge for added support.
This inversion table features state of the art architecture and design that you will only find on the top of line inversion tables.
Teeter made the assembly of theTeeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table super easy. It does come about 85% assembled and ready to go. All you have to do is remove the larger components of this table and attach them to one another. From here, simply install the handles. You should not have trouble setting up this inversion table right out of the box.
Quality of Product
The Teeter Fitspine X2 Inversion Table is created with the highest quality materials that you will ever find on any inversion table on the market. It has a variety of security features like the auto-locking hinges. There are also features like the pivot bearings and heat-treated steel parts.
Best Ankle Support
This is where the FitSpine series really showcases its features. The Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table as with the rest of the FitSpine series comes with very comfortable and adjustable ankle supports to make it enjoyable for anyone. No matter how big your foot is or tall you are, you will have no problem making the right adjustments needed to use the inversion table comfortably.
The Teeter inversion table is the only one that offers pressure-reducing specialty foam that wraps around your ankles making it very comfortable to hold your ankles in place. It does offer the right weight distribution around your ankle area. This makes it so no single part of your ankle will be strained while you are inverting. Again, the ankle dial that comes with it will accommodate people from 4 foot 8 inches to 6 foot 6 inches tall.
Inverting with the Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table
The table allows for maximum body slide which will deliver better decompression and give you exceptional results. Another great feature is the Grip and Stretch Handholds that allow for even better inversion control will give you the ability to add a variety of stretching positions.
The Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table provides one of the better storage features that you will find. It has space-saving storage making it very easy to store the inversion table quickly. It folds away to help users for saving space when you need that extra room.
The inversion table has a multitude of features and that’s what makes this product an unbelievable value. This not only comes with a FlexTech Bed that has an 8 point suspension system which will help you stretch at different angles. But it does come with an extra bonus DVD that shows you some corrective exercises for helping you use this inversion table properly to support in certain areas that you may be having trouble with.
The Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table comes with a 5-year full warranty that’s really an added bonus to this table. You definitely do not have to worry about this inversion table breaking down on you anytime in the near future.
Factors To Consider
With this inversion table, you get an extended handle ankle locking system that does not come with the X1 model. This feature alone makes the X2 worth considering because it offers the extra stretching exercises that you will not get with the X1. Along with these features, it offers a lot more flaccidity and versatility for the entire inversion table.
Teeter’s FitSpine X2 Inversion Table is definitely the Cadillac of inversion tables and offers one of the most premium built products that you will find on the market. When you compare inversion tables and put a Teeter Inversion Table next to another brand, there is no comparison. I have used a variety of inversion tables and the quality is very apparent. Plus, the fact they back their product with an excellent warranty guarantee.
The X2 has a high level of versatility with an extended handle ankle locking system accompanied by all of the other adjustable features. These are elements you won’t find very often in an inversion table.
The Teeter’s FitSpine X2 Inversion Table does come 85% pre-assembled making it easy to get it put together. The setup is hassle-free and it showcases a space-saving storage feature for making it a viable purchase if you are limited with space.
Well, after I wrote these “Pros and Cons” I realized something. My aim was to point out the only “Con” I could find with the Teeter’s FitSpine X2 Inversion Table. I point out the “Con” but immediately continue pointing out how great the Teeter Inversion Table is. What can I say? It really is a great product.
When you look at the inversion tables on the market the Teeter Inversion Tables are considered more high end and are higher priced. But there are very good reasons why it has that reputation. You are getting a quality product that stands behind their inversion tables with a warranty that far surpasses anything else you will find.
I know when I was looking for an inversion table I wanted one that would last. Many times we want to find the best deal but sacrifice the quality as a result. One added option Teeter offers is payment plans with “Affirm” which I know has really helped a lot of people out who otherwise would not be able to purchase a Teeter Inversion Table. These options are made available during the check process.
If you are looking for an inversion table, the Teeter’s FitSpine X2 Inversion Table is a must buy. It has also been updated with the newer FitSpine X3 model which includes the following features like:
- EZ-Stretch™ Traction Handles
- Stretch Max™ handles
- Deluxe EZ-Reach™ Ankle System
- EZ-Angle Tether
Before you consider using an inversion table it is always a good idea to check with a medical professional or your doctor first. There are some conditions that are not always recommended when combined with inverting.
Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table Video
Benefits of Using an Inversion Table
Inverting your body is actually a natural therapeutic process that’s been used for many centuries now. It’s used for strength-building, pain-relief, stretching and more. There are many physical therapists and physiotherapists who recommend inversion therapy. Many people who have used inversion therapy will attest to the relief you will get from it. Along with how much it has improved their everyday lives.
If you are suffering from back problems like I do and would like to know more about inversion tables before purchasing one? Keep reading my friend… You can benefit tremendously from regular inversion therapy and I touch on some of those perks below.
What Exactly is Inversion Therapy?
Inversion therapy is a technique that turns the body downward for a series of minutes. The amount of time depends on what works best for you. But you must always start out slow and use the least amount of time. Inversion therapy works by using gravity along with your own bodyweight to help stretch your spine. This, in turn, alleviates pressure on any of your compressed discs.
Inversion therapy is often performed using an inversion or some form of traction table, for allowing a user to first secure themselves and then adjust the angle they want the table to tilt. From there, you can stay in that inverted position as long as you want. That time is usually no more than 15 minutes but that can also depend on the angle you are inverted at.
Inversion therapy is used by some chiropractors, physiotherapists or physical therapists. However, you can benefit from regular ongoing inversion therapy right in your home. No need to make appointments and you can invert whenever you want! Inversion tables like the Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table have paved the way for home use.
How Inversion Therapy Can Help You?
Inversion therapy is a way for someone to counter gravity and its effects it has on their body. What happens is gravity pulls our organs, joints and muscles downward. As a result this compresses them against our spine. Over time, this gravitational pull can cause compression resulting in chronic back pain, and other related symptoms.
Many cases of chronic back or lumbar pain, often can not be narrowed down to one specific cause. However, spinal compression is often a contributing factor. In today’s world, most people are too stagnant. This means sitting for long periods of time without enough mobility to reduce the stillness. Inversion therapy along with other approaches are a way to aid in counteracting the effects of stagnant life by advocating movement and circulation.
Inversion therapy does alleviate the pressure from the spine which causes the space between vertebrae to increase. As a result, it’s looked at as a holistic approach for pain relief.
The following conditions are what inversion therapy is often used for:
- Chronic low back pain
- Sciatica pain
- Non-specific back pain (actual pain source can not be determined)
- Muscle Tension
- Degenerative Disc Disease
How an Inversion Table Can Benefit You?
The people who use inversion tables continue to talk about how it adds health benefits to their lives. Inversion tables are made to aid in stretching and releasing tension from the muscles surrounding your spine. Inversion therapy does provide benefits other than pain-relief like improving blood circulation, increasing flexibility and reducing stress.
Improves Your Spine Health
One of the main reasons for experiencing back pain is because of the improper alignment of the spine. To add to it, not many of us stick to a neutral posture consistently throughout our day. That adds stress to your spine when it’s constantly in compromising positions.
A massage therapist through various massage techniques can manipulate the spine to help people relieve compression on their spine. This can lead to better spine health over time. Like massage therapy, inversion therapy has a similar approach by inverting the body downward. This allows for the careful stretching to reverse gravity’s pull.
Reduce or Eliminate the Need for Pain Meds
There are many people around the globe who live with chronic back pain. Many of them rely on prescription and non-prescription medication (Tylenol/Advil) for pain relief. I, unfortunately, am one of them.
I know from my personal experiences with inversion therapy that it can definitely reduce your pain. Again, everyone’s situation is different. Where it helped me reduce my back pain, for others it may completely eliminate their pain. I am referring to people I know who use an inversion table on a regular basis. The best part of it is it’s all-natural.
Prevent Going Under the Knife
Using Holistic wellness along with natural pain management approaches like inversion therapy is very important for those of us who may be facing surgery. This is for such cases as lumbar pain or sciatica.
If you make lifestyle changes now for protecting your spine health, you could be preventing further damage and I’m a good example of that. I have multiple issues going on when it comes to my chronic back pain. However, what if I would have made the effort years ago to use better lifting techniques?
I was a DJ for 23 years and I used to lift heavy equipment several times a week. I would have still had back problems because of an accident and degenerative disc disease. But my back problems might not have been as severe as they ended up being? I have had 3 back surgeries and endured several therapies and procedures over the years.
It is possible to take preventative measures to reduce further damage that eventually could require surgical intervention. Inversion therapy could be a solution for those who would otherwise need to go under the knife (surgery).
Inversion Therapy at Home
If you’re interested in having inversion therapy at home, then the Teeter FitSpine X2 Inversion Table would be a good investment. Inversion tables are very safe but there are some things you need to be aware of before considering purchasing one. First of all, you should always consult with a medical professional or your doctor before using an inversion table.
Inversion therapy requires that your head is below the heart. Generally, people who have heart disease, high blood pressure, and glaucoma should not use an inversion table. Again, everyone is different but you should always check with a medical professional first. Especially if you have any medical problems before using an inversion table.
Being able to have inversion therapy in your home is not only convenient but will save you a lot of money in the long run!
Hi, I’m Drew. If you are suffering from back pain be it chronic or intermittent. I would love to hear your story?