Ironman LX300 Inversion Therapy Table Review
As far as back treatments go, nothing compares to using an inversion table to reverse the effects of gravity on your spine. Over the years, our backs compress and start to get sore, which means that we are limited in our mobility. Thankfully, with an inversion table, you can get back to normal with just a few minutes of treatment per day.
Ironman LX300 Review
In this case, we are looking at the Ironman LX300 Inversion Table to see how it can benefit your back.
One of the biggest complaints that inversion therapy users have is that it can be so hard to get in and out of the ankle braces. Because you have to strap yourself in, you might struggle with getting them locked in.
With the LX300, however, the ankle braces use soft foam to help keep your feet in place, meaning that it’s more comfortable to use and easier to get in and out. Best of all, the foam is designed to keep your feet from sliding, so don’t worry about falling off while you’re inverted.
If you want to get more out of your inversion table, then you probably want the ability to set the position to different angles so that you can see what works best for your body. Ironman makes it easier than ever to customize your placement by giving you a heavy-duty tether that will keep you from going a full 180 degrees. With this, you can set yourself at forty, sixty, ninety, and 120 degrees with ease.
One problem that some tables have is that it can be hard to get back to upright position after being upside down for a few minutes. Fortunately, the LX300 has you covered by offering extra long handlebars that make it easier to position yourself however you want. Also, the balance of this table is exceptional, meaning that it takes less effort overall to use it.
Finally, the best thing about this inversion table is that it is built with high-quality materials so that you never have to worry about it collapsing or breaking while you’re on it. With a heavy-duty steel frame and nylon covered backrest, the LX300 is designed for both durability and comfort.
- High-quality construction
- Easy to assemble and use
- Foam rollers for your ankles
- Adjustable positioning
- Customizable height
- Holds up to 275 pounds
- Nylon covered foam backrest
- Thick steel frame
- Non-slip feet
- Folds for easier storage
- Long handles for easier movement
- Some users may slip out of the ankle braces easily
- Heavy frame can be hard to fold
- Can be hard to maintain position without locking ankle braces
- In rare cases, the product may arrive with missing parts
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is it hard to get back up after inverting?
A: Thanks to the extra long handlebars, resuming first position is a breeze.
Q: What is the maximum height adjustment?
A: This table will work for people up to six feet, six inches tall.
Q: What are the dimensions of this table?
A: According to the manufacturer, it measures 46.4 x 27 x 57 inches and weighs about fifty-five pounds.
As far as inversion tables go, the LX300 has everything you need to get started and will be much easier to use than some other models out there. I like the durability of the materials and the ease with which you can get in and out, making this one of my top choices for inversion tables overall.