Feeling good and looking good are two different aspects of our lives that require time and attention if we want to maintain a happy and healthy life. Over the past 34 years, I have been an advocate for back health and the benefits of inversion therapy, often traveling the world to share my own experience.
As the nanny for the CEO of Teeter, Rylie Leier, I was exposed to a unique perspective of the company and employees. When I was first asked to come in for an interview, Rylie sent me a link of their website. She told me that I should check it out and see a little bit about what they do, since I will be so closely involved with their family. My initial reaction was skepticism, thoughts like, “hanging upside down certainly didn’t seem like a fix for back pain,” and “there was no way people were actually buying into this!”
There are three kinds of people: those who had back pain, those who have back pain, and those who will have back pain. Well, that at least covers over 80% of the population, according to some estimates.
I purchased a Teeter Hang Ups from an exercise equipment store after I was injured in a serious auto accident. I began using the inversion to supplement the almost year of therapy to help improve my posture and relieve pain. I had to drive 100 miles a day for my job, and could not have done it without this product. With an exercise program and using inversion to this very day, almost 16 years later I am pain free and started training at 42 to be a bodybuilder – after training to run a half marathon. I can’t thank you enough for offering this exceptional product. I still have the original unit that I purchased and it works as well as the day I purchased it.