An athlete’s body is his or her most important tool. It’s your moneymaker, your temple, and your vehicle to achieve greatness and live on forever.
But all of the hard work, sweat, and training that you put in each day to help improve your health and fitness also have a negative impact on your joints, muscles, and mind. Ironically enough, that same grit, determination, and inner belief that you are an indestructible machine that drives you to greatness can also be your eventual downfall
More and more athletes have been turning to inversion therapy, a revolutionary, all-natural physical therapy method to help them stay in peak condition while managing the negative effects of intense training.
Every time you run, jump, dive, or spin, you are putting pressure on your muscles and joints. While this improves your strength and conditioning, it also exerts intense pressure on the vertebrae in your back (as well as on your other joints).
Inversion therapy is the use of gravity to naturally relieve the pressure on your joints and back. Instead of using pulleys, medicine, or surgery to relieve pain, inversion therapy has you lie upside down with your head below your feet on a special table (called an inversion table).
In this position, your body uses natural forces to stretch out the back, realign your spine, stimulate blood flow, and relieve pressure (and stress).
We don’t have to tell you the effects of intense training. All of the minor aches and pains might not deter you from accomplishing your goals, but they are normally signs of larger problems developing below the surface. Waiting until something goes wrong can have severe consequences for your long-term health and performance.
Regular inversion therapy is both a precautionary method to keep your body in top physical form and a training method to help you achieve peak performance.
Some issues that athletes regularly deal with are:
In the offseason, after games, or just during their spare time at home, thousands of athletes are using inversion tables to improve their athletic performance on the court or maintain their health off it.
If you’re an athlete with a demanding training schedule, you’ll immediately notice long-term benefits to your overall health. Some of the biggest benefits are:
The benefits of inversion therapy for athletes go far beyond the physical. Investing in an inversion table allows you to get a therapy or training session in any time you want, right from the comfort of home. Also, you won’t have to hire yet another therapist. The added convenience is a major reason that teams and individual athletes are gravitating (no pun intended!) toward this method of gravitational therapy. Just choose the right table and set it up in your home or at the gym, and you’ll be good to go.
Basketball players, runners, swimmers, football players, and athletes from the entire range of sports are turning to inversion therapy to relieve pains, improve conditioning, and safeguard their health years after they retire. The improved recovery, muscle performance, core strength, and blood flow will give your body a new level of dynamism and resistance to injury than it’s ever had. Investing in an inversion table is one of the best investments an athlete can make hands (and heads) down!