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Professional inverted table Inverted table helps optimize lumbar traction, enables back muscles supporting the vertebrae to relax.
Improve blood circulation and reduce tension It has 25 adjustments that allow you to enter the advanced stage of the inversion Feature bands can be Adjusted to allow you to choose an inverted angle Folded for easy storage, spinal decompression reduces back pain.
Stimulates blood flow - reduces fatigue, relaxes and relieves stress - Adjustable height, suitable for anyone between 5 and 6 years old , side cover prevents trapped fingers
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