Therapist’s Choice Abdominal Trainer Mat ...

October 28, 2019 - Comment

It’s about 11.25″ x 11.75″ x 4.25″ (inches) WARNING: Consult your healthcare practitioner to confirm this product is suitable for your back condition prior to use Product Features Therapist’s Choice Abdominal Trainer Mat 2000 for Full Range of Motion Ab Workouts, Back Stretcher, Back Massager & Plank Board all in one! Full 6 Pack Isolation:

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(as of April 20, 2020 3:21 am GMT+0000 - Details)

It’s about 11.25″ x 11.75″ x 4.25″ (inches) WARNING: Consult your healthcare practitioner to confirm this product is suitable for your back condition prior to use

Product Features

  • Therapist’s Choice Abdominal Trainer Mat 2000 for Full Range of Motion Ab Workouts, Back Stretcher, Back Massager & Plank Board all in one!
  • Full 6 Pack Isolation: Provides complete isolation of your ab muscles during crunches, leg lifts and sit-ups
  • A complete core exercises and training for the Abs, Back, & Oblique’s. Includes Basic Instructional Manual
  • Back Stretcher: The Mat’s curved shape mimics the curved shape of our spine giving an effective stretch. Used for chronic back pain, sciatic pain, stress, & restless nights. Just use 10 minutes daily or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
  • The Massaging Spikes are perfect for massaging tired feet, legs and other muscle groups

Comments

Anonymous says:

It eliminated pain from degenerative lumbar discs I’m only on day 2 of using it to traction my spine for degenerative lumbar disc pain. Wow wow wow. On my inversion table, I always seemed to over-do on it and then the pain would be worse, so I was looking for some kind of therapy I can do at home every day. It seems that because you stay on the floor, you don’t have your whole body weight pulling on the spine and injuring those little deep muscles as happened on the tilt table. Anyway, this wonderful little device seems to be exactly right to…

Anonymous says:

It works! I’m using this for spinal decompression therapy, hoping to avoid back surgery for a herniated disk, and spending about 5-15 minutes on it every day. It’s a lot more intense than it looks, but has effectively stretched and stabilized my spine so that I’ve gone from being unable to bend forward without sciatica to being able to place my hands flat on the ground in a forward fold with legs straight and no pain.

Anonymous says:

Worth a try I like the concept, but the size isn’t perfect. I found it difficult to do crunches as the arch is a bit too high, and the base too narrow for me. If it was maybe 50% bigger (maybe about 18″) and had slightly deeper “nubs”, it might be better for back massaging/stretching. I like the firm feel and the bright green color is ugly, but relatively unimportant. The quality is decent; note that the rubber backing started fraying after a month, but it lasted about a year before…

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