New Accessory from Teeter Hang Ups Takes the Guesswork Out of Inversion
PUYALLUP, Wash., May 1, 2012 – If you’ve ever wondered what to do while inverted on your inversion table, the company behind the inversion products leader Teeter Hang Ups has got the answer for you: the Better Back Inversion Program. The Better Back Inversion Program is a new mat accessory that offers a quick-reference guide to getting the most out of your inversion table, offering five progressive levels of stretches and exercises.
The Better Back Inversion Program resembles an oversized yoga mat yet is designed to fit under any Teeter inversion table footprint. While providing non-skid protection for hard floors, the mat displays an inversion angle guide and 29 illustrated movements printed directly on the surface, remaining within view while inverted. Beginning at lesser angles of inversion to help new users become accustomed to inverted decompression, the movements progress to greater angles and eventually into full inversion for those experienced users who want to add core and leg exercises to their workout routine.
The Better Back Inversion Program encourages users to stretch and mobilize while inverted, helping to enhance inversion benefits for relief from back pain, improved joint health, increased flexibility, and improved athletic performance.
The large 5? x 3? washable, latex-free mat features double-layer construction and a mesh fabric insert for extra strength. The Better Back Inversion Program is available through select retailers or direct from Teeter at http://teeter-inversion.com.
With over 2 million users, Teeter Hang Ups leads the inversion market as the definitive inversion products brand. Founded in 1981 by Roger and Jennifer Teeter, Teeter is the longest continuous manufacturer of inversion products in the world. Teeter Hang Ups are rated by Dynamark Engineering as the “best inversion table” for endurance, strength, function and ease of assembly, and only Teeter tables are quality-assurance tested to UL’s inversion table safety standard. Visit http://teeter-inversion.com.
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