Gravity Pal Blog

How To Build Your Own Gravity Pal

I had to do something to deal with my ongoing chronic back pain. Travel was becoming so difficult I was canceling trips, I could no longer do yard work I enjoyed and – frankly – the boundaries around me started to get bigger and bigger. I knew I had relief from lying... read more

Which Gravity Pal is Right for You? * WATCH THE VIDEO *

Three Gravity Pal Models for Wellness, Beauty and Back Pain Relief – Luxury Bench, Trimline and Traveler – Each are designed to conveniently fit into your lifestyle, whenever and wherever you need it or want it. * Commonalities – All Three Designs Have the Same:... read more

Developing a Self-Care Strategy for Back Pain

“Oh my aching back!” “Oh just live with it”, she snapped. “Back Pain, it’s the McKay curse”, he mumbled. And I wondered why, yet again. I heard this many times while growing up but could not figure out what the McKay Curse... read more

Problems Inversion Table Manufacturers Don’t Talk About *WATCH VIDEO*

#1. What about those WHO DO NOT FEEL SAFE? The very idea of leaning backwards, inverting at a High Angle and going upside down is enough to make some people break out in a sweat.
Are you one of the many WHO ARE AFRAID OF – OR UNABLE TO – HANG UPSIDE DOWN in the first place? Gravity Pal is the effective Low Angle Solution for you!! 

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DIY Inversion Tables?

Although it is temping for some people to think so, you CANNOT make at home by yourself anything comparable or nearly as *effective* as a Gravity Pal Low Angle Inversion Table.
We are the only manufacturer producing properly engineered Low Angle Inversion Table SOLUTIONS.

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3 Big Problems with High Angle Inversion Tables that Gravity Pal Solves

There are 3 BIG PROBLEMS with High Angle Inversion Tables that Gravity Pal Solves. High Angle Inversion Problem #1: Potential Ligament Damage and Ankle Pain. Once a ligament is overloaded and over stretched it is nearly impossible to have it regain it’s original shape. As we get older this is a significant concern and doctors warn of potential damage to ligaments in hips, knees and ankles from over stretching.

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The History of Inversion Therapy

A Brief Historical Perspective of Inversion Therapy. I remember well in 1980 when the actor Richard Gere made Gravity Boots famous in the movie American Gigolo. What most people do not realize is, that movie kick started a movement away from Low Angle Inversion and toward radical Upside Down and High Angle Inversion. The history of seeking relief from gravity goes back to ancient times. There are reports from around 400 B.C. of Hippocrates observing people being lashed to ladders that were then hung upside down; presumably the “patients” were volunteers.

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