5 Advantages of the Exerpeutic Folding Inversion Table

Exerpeutic 575SL Folding Inversion TableDo you want an at-home inversion bench that you can just fold and roll away for storage? This Exerpeutic folding inversion table is easier to set up and move, so you’ll want to use it more often.

Not only does the inversion bench fold in half, but the Exerpeutic has several features that make it easier to use and more comfortable. In other words, this device offers several advantages over its competitors

1. Roll Your Inversion Table Without Having to Lift it:

First of all, the base on this unit includes 4 attached wheels. Therefore, you can roll this inversion table from one location to another without having to pick it up. (Who wants to lift anything when you have back pain, right?)

This makes transportation and storage much more convenient, so you don’t have to leave the device set up (or stored) in one place all the time. As a result, people tend to invert more often.

The video below reviews how to use the Exerpeutic Foldaway and how to fold the inversion table. Although it does not fold flat completely, the foldable feature does make it more compact so that you can fit it through a closet door.

Teeter FitSpine Flat Folding Inversion BenchNote: As you can see, this fold-away inversion table does not fold up completely flat. I have 2 alternatives. First, the Teeter Fitspine has legs that collapse together, so the machine takes up less space when stored.

Second, Gravity Pal makes a portable inversion bench that is flat-folding. However, it is designed for low angle inversion, so if you want to hang upside down, you can do it on this bench.

2. More Secure Inversion Frame Design:

Second, the bench has a double-locking mechanism rather than the standard single-lock mechanism. This makes it stronger, more secure and safe.

3. Save Time Setting Your Inversion Angle:

Third, the bench quickly adjusts to various inverted positions. However, instead of tightening or loosening a strap located under the backrest, you simply move a pin.

Now, you don’t have to bend down and tweak the strap. Plus, you can set the table to the exact reclining angle that you want in one try. It’s easier and more secure.

4. Backrest Adjusts for Tall People:

Fourth, you can lengthen or shorten the headrest. Therefore, you can customize it to your height for a more relaxing session (great for taller people).

5. More Comfortable Ankle Cuffs:

If you’ve ever hung upside down on an inversion bench, you know that uncomfortable pressure can build up in your ankles. Well, Exerpeutic has solved this problem with its unique “no-pinch” AirSoft ankle holders.

Essentially, these cuffs provide extra cushioning and minimize pressure through this new AirSoft technology. They have multiple air filled chambers that mold to the shape of your legs. Thus, comfortably securing your ankles while you invert.

AirSoft Ankle Cuffs on Exerpeutic Inversion Table

By the way, the ankle holders use a “Surelock” adjustable ratchet ankle locking system. Basically, this upgrade makes the cuffs instantly easier to open and close.

Specs for the Folding Inversion Table:

  • Dimensions: 79″ Tall x 31.7″ Wide x 62.2″ Long
  • Folded : 63.6″ Tall x 31.7″ Wide x 24″ LongExerpeutic Foldaway Inversion Therapy Bench
  • Weight: 87 lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • 160 Degree Vertical Inversion
  • Frame Material: Heavy Duty Steel
  • Color: Blue/Black Chair, Grey Frame
  • 1.5″ Thick Backrest
  • Easy-to-Clean Upholstery
  • Includes Accessory Holder Cup
  • Assembly Required
  • UL Certified
  • Model #: 575SL
  • Manufacturer: Paradigm Health & Wellness
  • For Sale: Where to Buy the Exerpeutic Foldaway Table