Hi Tom, that’s correct. Teeter Inversion Tables are rated for users up to 300lbs.
Teeter Ez Up Rack
Teeter Ez Up Rack
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✔ Includes a rack only, boots are available separately
✔ Use with the Gravity Boots for effective inversion therapy
✔ Relieves back pain and reduces muscle tension and Stress
✔ Decompresses weight-bearing joints
Any standard wood doorframe (must meet uniform building code) can be your centre for inversion with the EZ-Up™ rack.
Without interfering with the normal use of the door, quick-disconnect locking brackets secure to the doorframe and allow the Inversion Rack to be installed in just seconds. The Gravity Boots wrap comfortably around each ankle, securing with adjustable, self-locking ratchet buckles. The double-bar system enables you to hang freely out and away from the frame – allowing for maximum mobilization during your inverted workout!
Aside from standard inverted decompression and stretching, the EZ-Up Inversion System is an ideal platform for core strengthening, leg work, chin-ups, and exercise band and weight bag workouts!
Whether you’re searching for natural back pain relief, a way to take proactive care of your joints, or a convenient and fun way to strengthen and stretch, the EZ-Up Inversion System provides a compact, out-of-the-way, in-home solution!
• Double-Bar System
• Quick-Disconnect Locking Brackets
• High-Quality Finish
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Inversion is contraindicated (not recommended) for anyone with surgically implanted orthopedic supports or a significant curvature to the spine. While this does not mean that you cannot invert, it means that you’ll need to check with your doctor before trying inversion. You can find out more about contraindications here: https://teeter.com/blog/faq-items/who-should-use-it/
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