How a Teeter Inversion Table Decompresses Your Spine





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Uploaded on Jul 8, 2011

http://www.Teeter-Inversion.com A Teeter Inversion Table decompresses gravity, which decompresses your spine. This strengthens and provides relief to not only your spine, but to your traps, calves, and other muscles.
When you invert and relax on a Teeter, gravity decompresses and elongates your body, delivering many benefits. Stretching on a Teeter relaxes and stretches your muscles from head to toe, and is particularly affective on your traps, lattes and erector spiny muscle buried deep in your back that runs parallel to your spine. When these muscles relax and elongate, now watch closely here, it promotes spinal realignment and elongate opening every joint up helping to relieve pain by taking the pressure off your disks and helping to them to re-hydrate. Rotating the table to lock out in full inversion allows you to turn your Teeter into a workout station. Inverted crunches build and define your abs with virtually no loads on your back. Inverted squats shape your glutes plus shape your hamstrings and calves. Put your trust in Teeter Hang Ups for a better back, a better body.

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