Before you jump in and start doing inversion table exercises, you should first know your limits and capabilities – exercises, as simple as they may be, are not for everyone. So listen up, young padawan:
According to the , regular exercise is good because it generally prevents the development of certain health conditions including type 2 diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure. In addition, it improves cognitive function as well as relieving anxiety and depression symptoms. Fortunately, an inversion table is highly versatile and effective exercise equipment. Here are five effective inversion table exercises and stretches:
When you do inversion table exercises (or just plain inversion) immediately, blood will definitely rush to your head. It might just feel uncomfortable at first but stay in that position for too long and you’ll likely get a ruptured retina, a nosebleed or even a ruptured artery in your head. So please be patient and invert gradually, NEVER immediately.
I always stress that safety should be your number one priority when performing inversion table exercises. are great for exercising because they allow you to work with gravity, rather than against it; but you still need to use common sense. If you are not a regular exerciser, then your body probably isn’t accustomed to the stress you may be putting it through. Always start off small, and always start off with partial inversion exercises before moving upwards to full inversion exercises.