Ironman ATIS 4000 Inversion Table

Ironman ATIS 4000

Ironman ATIS 4000

Today, the benefits of inversion therapy are already well-known and widely accepted. But this isn’t a review of how great inversion therapy is. It’s a review of how the Ironman ATIS 4000 performs, in terms of effectiveness, ease of use, durability, and comfort. And as I’ve found out, this particular inversion table is perfect for people like me who constantly suffers from back pain.

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Product specifications

  • Dimensions: 35 by 62 by 58 inches; weighs 111 pounds
  • It can handle people who weigh up to 320 pounds and the frame can be adjusted for people up to six feet six inches tall.
  • It includes an ab and core training system.
  • It has 10 different inversion locking angles.
  • It comes with an extra-wide oval tubing steel frame for stability.
  • For comfort, it has an extended head rest, removable lumbar support pillow for additional lower back support, 2.5 inch nylon backrest with an inch of memory foam; ergonomically molded ankle cushions, and even a large foot platform.

Features

It’s large, bulky, and heavy, and those are all good attributes for an inversion table, believe me. My comfort needs are also taken care of nicely with all the padding and cushions, and that’s crucial as well. The point of the inversion table is to help you relax, and it achieves this easily enough. The different locking angles will enable you to find the most suitable position for your body type and for your particular back pains.

Using it is simple enough, even though it’s manual and not motorized. You can use it anytime, and there’s also a convenient side pocket where you can empty the contents of your trouser pockets.

Pros

Everything you need from a great inversion table is available and accounted for in the Ironman ATIS 4000. It’s easy to assemble, and using it takes no effort at all to use and operate. Your comfort is assured by all the padding, and most importantly the extra wide and heavy frame along with the hand grips and safety handles will keep you safe.

Cons

The only thing that I don’t particularly like about it is the fact that it’s not easy to store away because of its weight. At 111 pounds the weight is great for stability, but not so great for storage. Add the fact that it doesn’t fold up for storage, and putting it away can be a strain.

Of course, this isn’t really a big deal for me because I don’t need to store it anyway. It’s just there, ready to be used anytime I want. It looks nice anyway, especially with the scratch-resistant powder-coated finish.

Conclusion

Even though there’s no heating or massage therapy included, they’re not really needed. All you get is an inversion table that works superbly, and as a bonus you also get a core training system that strengthens your core muscles so that you will no longer have to suffer from back pain even while you’re not using the Ironman ATIS 4000.