About the Health Mark Pro Max Inversion Table:
In recent years the inversion table has become a popular item in the fitness industry. One of the premium inversion tables is the Health Mark Pro Max Inversion Table which has many high-end features.
These features do come at a cost, but for those looking to buy one of the finest, most highly rated inversion tables around, this is a great choice.
In addition to having 25 adjustment options, this table accommodates heights of 4′ 10″ to 6’11” and weights up to 600 pounds. Those two features are difficult to find in one inversion table.
With the sturdiness of a therapy center table, the Pro Max provides 6 preset positions for inversion, including a full 180-degree setting which allows for back and abdominal strengthening exercises.
Features and Specifications:
- Comfortable ankle padding.
- Additional padded support at thigh for more comfort.
- Crescent-shaped, well-padded headrest.
- Headrest and ankle braces allow for face up or face down inversion.
- Can be used for an inverted massage treatment.
- 6 pre-set angles.
- 600-pound weight limit.
- Accommodates heights from 4′ 10″ to 6′ 11″.
- A total of 25 adjustments for height, including both leg and torso adjustments.
- 28 W x 58 H x 45 D.
- Weighs 96 pounds.
- Can accommodate almost all adult heights and weights.
- 95% of reviewers on Amazon give the Pro Max at least 4 stars.
- Extremely comfortable.
- Padded ankle supports as well as a padded thigh support.
- Can be used for inverted massage therapy in the face-down position.
- One year warranty.
- 20-60 minute assembly.
- Fully inverts to 180-degrees for abdominal and back strengthening exercises.
- Owners report it is well worth the price.
- High price because of the many premium features.
- Large footprint.
- Heavy to move.
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Read about the benefits of inversion therapy here.
*People who have a coronary illness, hypertension, eye problems (glaucoma, infection, etc.) or are pregnant are at high risk for problems identified with invasion therapy and should consult with their medical specialists first. Such individuals, with their physician’s approval, would need to advance gradually, beginning at light levels of therapy.