Einstein Body slant Inversion Slant Board
If Albert Einstein were to be around and see what his ideas in the field of physics has contributed to humanity, one of them would be the Einstein Body slant Inversion Slant Board. Named after the renowned physicist, the slant board has been used in the area of inversion to give some of the most unexpectyed reliefs ever seen in the inversion process.
What the machine does
With the ability to invert in more than seven positions, the inversion board is able to,
Relieve the back stress without having to go through the intimidating inversion.
Gives an alternative to the inversion
Why the slant board? - Most people may find hanging at a 90 degree intimidating. A yoga swing or inversion swing requires a certain level of flexibility and physical fitness to get in and out of it. An inversion table can be heavy to move around and most people find they don’t have the space for it The Einstein body slant’s ease of use makes it a great choice for anyone of any physical ability. Whether you are athletic or disabled you will find the Einstein Body slant gentle and safe to use while giving you all the benefits of inversion therapy.
The Einstein Body slant is a great alternative to the yoga swing, inversion swing or inversion tables.
Hanging by your ankles may be uncomfortable and is not good for those with joint problems or those who have had hip replacement or knee replacement.
The Einstein body slant can convert into more than 5 positions including an ottoman. This can make the machine to be part of your home furniture. You will be more likely to use your inversion equipment if you don’t have to store it in a closet or garage after use.
Conclusion-with the intermittent fear among some of the inversion users, inversion therapy can sometimes be so hard to undergo, this has made many people thinking and thus the invention of thee slant board alternatives, and these can be fun using because they are always with you in the house. The slant board is worth trying out though it lacks the other features of an inversion table.