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Inline Back Stretch Bench by Stamina

$169.00
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  • Overall: 11" H x 25" W x 72" D

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Inline Back Stretch Bench from Coram, NY on 07/23/2014 – Verified Buyer
The Back Stretch Bench does a reasonably good job of relieving pressure on the spine. I find it somewhat more difficult to use than a standard inversion table for two reasons:

1. The bench is uncomfortably low. This doesn't affect it in use, but makes it more difficulty to get onto it.

2. The lever to activate the stretching is too short and difficult to reach. Regardless of which of the three positions I use for the adjustment, I find it difficult to reach and activate the lever. I intend to fabricate an extension to make it more easily used, but this shouldn't be necessary; the lever should be long enough.

I've been using a standard inversion table for a long time and find it does wonders for back issues. Twenty-minute treatments for a few days completely relieve the pain I have from disk degeneration. I started using the Inline Back Stretch Bench because I've been directed to temporarily avoid the inversion table due to the increased intra-cranial pressure it creates.

I find that this device doesn't give quite the same stretch I get with an inversion table. My buttocks resting on the bench seem to limit how much of the stretch, which is initiated at the ankles, is transmitted to the spine. If I use a double layer of plastic film (a large bag), it reduces the friction, so that part slides a little better and allows more of the pull to transfer to the spine, where it is desired.

If I did not have an inversion table with which to compare this device, I would probably have rated it higher, but it definitely suffers in comparison.
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Stretch bench from Highland, IN on 01/20/2016 – Verified Buyer
Look forward to using this stretch bench. Was looking for something to help strengthen the back and core and not cost too much. The shipping was super fast and can't wait to try it.

Pros: Price
Cons: None
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I.T. specialist from New Milford, CT on 01/08/2013 – Verified Buyer
Seems a bit overpriced for what it really is. A narrow uncomfortable board, an iron rail, and six pieces of basically pool noodle foam. Does it work Not for either of us.........
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