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teeter hang up

Posted: Feb 13 2017 8:36 am
by trekkin_gecko
after some back issues in 2016, I spent some unused HSA money on a teeter hang up inversion table
two months later, i'm finding it really doesn't help, and i'd like to sell it
any interest? p.m. me
brand new condition

Re: teeter hang up

Posted: Feb 13 2017 1:40 pm
by The_Eagle
:D@trekkin_gecko
Can't you do a better sales job than that? :D

Re: teeter hang up

Posted: Feb 13 2017 1:44 pm
by trekkin_gecko
@The_Eagle
:lol: yeah i'm not ever going to be a salesperson
some people swear by them
think if it works for you, it's great
like anything else

Re: teeter hang up

Posted: Feb 14 2017 1:11 pm
by Thoreau
Wait, I coulda used HSA money on that? dammit!

Edit: Lol @ "gee whiz" filter...

I rarely use mine anymore, but that's because the last time I did a spring cleaning of my place, I folded it up to lean against a wall so I could clean under it, and have just been too lazy to put it back. Been meaning to dig it out to see if it does anything for me after bounding down Camelback.

Re: teeter hang up

Posted: Feb 16 2017 4:00 am
by azbackpackr
Some people say they love those things. On the other hand, I remember my one experience, at a chiropractic office about 40 years ago. Once I was upside down I told the guy right away that I didn't like it, but he didn't take me down off of there, and I was tied into it, so I couldn't escape. Then I started loudly hollering at him. I guess he thought my shouting could be heard in the waiting room, so he took me down. Then he had the audacity to put it on the bill. I refused to pay it. It's funny, too, because at that age, about 23, I sometimes didn't stand up for myself. Felt kinda proud of myself that I did, that time.

Re: teeter hang up

Posted: May 23 2018 9:05 am
by jonnywalter
The wife and I had both been looking at ways to help our tired backs. We considered lots of options but after getting a bill from our Chriopractor for $800.00 we both decided it was time to make a change. We ordered the teeter hang ups EP560 and waited for it to arrive. Although it claimed it was 60% assembled, I'm pretty sure they meant that 60 perent of the parts were waiting to be assembled, but that's no knock on the product. After getting it together, (about an hour) I decided to give it a whirl, or take the plunge, whatever...

So there I was, hanging by my ankles at 60 degrees. My back seared, it tighened up, it... went off like a shotgun blast. CRAAAAAAAAAACK! I could breathe, I could feel my hand, I could feel my, OMG, I COULD FEEL MY BODY!
In that instant, the EP-560 paid for itself. My Chiropractor had been attempting to adjust that spot in my back for months. Two minutes on the hang up, and I was the most well adjusted guy in town!

My wife spent her first 10 minutes on the EP-560 and when she got off she was so thrilled that she sat down and actually cried. Her shoulders were supple, not rock hard, her neck was relaxed and her mid back was pain free for the first time in years. It paid for itself again right there.

I wouldn't trade it for the world, and while I would gladly pay twice the price for this product, I'm glad that I didn't. Get this table, you will not regret it.

Re: teeter hang up

Posted: May 23 2018 11:10 am
by sidhayes
One of the few training items advertised that are worth much

Re: teeter hang up

Posted: May 23 2018 11:16 am
by jonnywalter
yep,its is!