Stamina InLine Back Stretch Bench
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- Decompress your spine safely and reduce back, hip and knee pain without any inversion
- Ideal for users with high blood pressure or other medical conditions that prevent them from using inversion therapy
- Padded upholstered bench makes lying down on the ground comfortable, so you'll actually want to use it
- Simple cranking lever gives you complete control over your gentle decompression
- Contoured, high-density foam ankle and arm supports keep you securely in place without discomfort
- Easy-to-use ankle lock keeps your firmly in place during traction, making sure you stay safe and comfortable
- Adjustable arm supports offer three different width options
- Length adjustment knob accommodates different user heights, so you can easily customize your bench according to your needs
- Endcaps protect your flooring from scuffs and scratches, while the wheels make it easy to transport the bench
- Dimensions: Width: 14cm; height: 35cm; depth: 114.5cm
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Of the 18 reviewers who responded, 18 would recommend this product.
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- Works Great For Me- March 9, 2015
This product stretches out my spine and helps to properly align my hip joints. I did not experience any of the negative issues (pads pressing against the arms pits, or not stretching me enough due too my height -- 5'9") others reported. I use it in the morning and/or evening to reduce lower back stiffness and increase flexibility due to age-related degenerative discs in the Lumbar region and recurring bursitis in my hip. Works like a charm and is relaxing in its own way. The bench could be a bit more cushioned.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- It just works...- November 10, 2019
I lie in it (sometimes in prone position ie: on my belly) and crank it until I feel slightly tensed stretch, then I take nice deep ujjayi breaths and eventually I feel and hear my spine decompressing... feel great after that... If my back is really bad then I have to stay longer and may have to crank it more.. but it works That said - on amazing they have a cancer-causing ingredient warning (state of california -- what's that about???) I figure I'd ask here before posting it to my YouTube review
- A modified design for adequate performance.- January 5, 2020
In my opinion, in the curent configuration, one pulls more on the hip joints than on the back, since the back lies flat on the bench and does not slide. It would have made sense to hzve a split bench, a fixed one for the upper body (torso) and a mobile one, attached to the leg streching component, for the lower back/buttocks. In this way, during stretching, the pull would be on the spine, where is supposed to be.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.