Teeter Hang Ups EZ Up Inversion Rack

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Product Description

Teeter Hang Ups EZ Up Inversion System

The Teeter Hang Ups EZ-Up inversion rack offers a full body stretch and is a great tool for inverted exercises (like crunches, sit-ups and squats). Full range inverted sit-ups become ten times tougher than horizontal sit-ups--with minimal load on the back. It installs to the top of a door frame, but does not interfere with the function of the door, and takes up no floor space--ideal for cramped living spaces.

The EZ-Up inversion rack is compatible with optional Teeter Hang Ups Gravity Boots. Designed for the fit and flexible user, it offers a safe and convenient method of full inversion. The dual bar system is designed for easier mounting and dismounting, and allows you to hang free from the door frame for maximum range of motion.

Feature Detail:

  • Sturdy materials assembled with bolts (no welds)
  • Adjustable for doorways 28" to 36"
  • Locking brackets are mounted with screws in the door frame for security. Locking pieces snap over the rack to keep it in place, but can be unlocked to remove the rack from the door frame. In place, the rack will not interfere with the operation of the door.
  • Door savers help protect the door frame from damage.
  • Easy-to-reach handles provide help to the user for moving into and out of the inverted position.
  • Double-bar system places the user out and above the door frame for extra height and full range of movement. You don't have to bend completely in half to mount and dismount the rack.
  • High-quality, scratch-resistant powder-coating
  • Foam hand grips make mounting and dismounting more comfortable, and help prevent calluses and slippery hands when performing chin-ups.
  • Weight capacity: 250 pounds

Note about installation:
The EZ-Up inversion rack must be installed in a solid wood door frame constructed according to national building code standards.

Manufacturer's Warranty
Five-year warranty covers all components

About Teeter Hang Ups
Roger and Jennifer Teeter founded Hang Ups Inversion Products in 1981 and have been dedicated to manufacturing quality inversion products ever since. Roger and Jenny truly believe in the benefits of this simple, natural form of therapy that has been around since 400 BC. In the late 1970s, Roger tried many forms of therapy to help manage his pain. He finally discovered that by inverting, he was able to relieve his back pain and begin the road to recovery. He credits inversion for keeping him pain free, healthy, and active. Inversion has changed Roger's life, and now he is dedicated to sharing his knowledge of inversion and quality products.

STL International, creator of Teeter Hang Ups brand inversion equipment, has pioneered standards for quality and performance in the inversion market. All Teeter Hang Ups F-series inversion tables are classified in accordance with UL 2601-1 (medical equipment in a clinical setting), a rigid specification that tests the structural integrity of the equipment.

  • Installs to the top of a door frame; adjustable for doorways 28 to 36 inches wide
  • Door savers help protect the door frame from damage
  • Foam hand grips make mounting and dismounting more comfortable
  • For use with optional gravity boots
  • Five-year warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • works for me!
    I'm fit and athletic and I don't mind a little blood rush to the head...if you are too than you'll like these boots. It takes about one minute of hanging to get comfortable on the ankles - then after that it's almost like meditation.
    I hang about every other day for 10-20 minutes at a time. I usually do it with only socks on for a bit of extra cushion. Feels great, good stretch, very relaxing. And if your strong enough, just hang from a pull-up bar as they are cheaper than 'special' bars and just as strong.
    And it's fun to get the ladies into the boots!!;)...more info
  • Very Valuable tool for Back pain (read method below.)
    I tried a couple of inversion tables but found that they weren't very comfortable on my ankles. Note: It is important to only buckle these gravity boots as loosely as you can without slipping out of them for maximum comfort (transfers pressure off achiles tendon and onto heal bone.) You can use these gravity boots with some inversion tables, but If you have the strength/coordination you may find that hanging from a bar (teeters brand) allows for more options (more hip/body movement.) Scientific studies have shown that traction is of questionable benefit, so I never bothered to persue inversion as the mechanism at play is obviously traction. However, recently, after many many years of back pain, I've started a program of inversion. I find that out of all the things I have tried (of which there are a great many), the inversion is probably the most beneficial. It hasn't cured me by any means, but it has provided some improvement. I think one thing to stress is that it is not sufficient to simply invert and lay still. Rather, it is probably much more beneficial to alternately contract the abdominals in a way that shortens your spinal length by aprox an inch or two. As if you are trying to pull your belly button up into your pelvis. or pelvic bone down into your belly button, perhaps? Do this every five or ten seconds. Not only will this strengthen your abs, but it will also fatiuge your stabalizing muscels so as to more fully stretch the spine (the abs, if not fatiuged, probably limit the stretch, as they are trying to protect the spine and hold it in place.) Also, by contracting and relexing the abs, you are likely expanding and contracting the disc space, moving fluid around the connective tissue (which has no real blood vessels of thier own.) Lastly, by doing these contractions, you may in effect be loading and unloading the spinal ligaments, which might strengthen them the way a bicep is strengthened by contracting and relaxing through bicep curls. There are many people, myself included, who believe that weak ligaments are the primary culprit in many lower back problems (even if bad discs are present....ie, many people have bad discs without problems, as shown by MRI studies.) In my case I believe it is my Sacroiliac joint ligament (si joint dysfunction.) I'm quite convinced that my improvments are not placebo in origin, as I was quite pessimistic about trying this (due to studies on traction that had me convinced this was fairly futile.) In addition to the abdominal contractions, I'd also reccomend do full inverted situps, hula type hip rotations while inverted, try to stretch the front of your hips (flexors) while inverted, and also twisting and side bending motion. It is probable that all this motion and stretching while inverted ads flexibility and elasticity to the connective tissue as well as moves fluid around. I invert twice a day for ten minutes each time....more info
  • Easy to install
    I have wanted my own inversion set ever since I tried these at a gym a long time ago. Well constructed, easy to put together and to install in a doorway (you do need a power drill to make it easier). Boots are well padded and easy to take on/off. Great on my back and neck. I love the sit ups you can do on these, I feel my abs completely lifted and 'in'. Because of the way you mount and dismount, I'd say you need to be more on the fit side to use this type of inversion. There's not much to the DVD, but then there's not much to using this. . .get up there and hang, mostly. I love it....more info
  • upside down
    tubular... get a head rush and a great workout. the ultimate in calisthenics. quick shipping time...more info
  • had it for 6 years
    Bought this at an exercise store when we moved into our new house. I use it 3 times a week for pullups and it is perfect and solid. The additional height on the top bar makes it easy to do pullups without having to worry about touching the ground (at least for me since I am not very tall.) The bar seems strong and I can't see ever needing to replace it. I am just now getting the inversion boots to do inverted abs and lower back exercises, that should be cool....more info
  • Invert Comfortably
    I got these along with the conversion bar for use with my teeter inversion table. I am getting over a broken foot so the stock method that the teeter inversion tables use just hurt my foot too much to use so I figured the boots were the way to go and so far I'm not disappointed.

    First off these things are very comfortable. Ive used a body-solid brand of boots and these are far more cushioned and comfortable than they were. The key is to get them adjusted right when you use them. They don't need to be tight at all, just snug and they are great. So for comfort they get an A+.

    Ive seen reviews that say these boots don't fit larger than average lower legs. I really don't get this, I have decent sized calves and they fit easily. I cant imagine how big your lower legs would have to be to make these too small but I will just point out that there's a weight limit on these and if they are too small you might want to check out the scale and make sure you can use these safely at your weight.

    A few negatives. First off the things sort of feel cheap. They are just plastic and I guess to hang upside down Id of felt a little better to see some metal parts on there. The body-solid boots seem a lot more durable in that regard, the hooks and the fasteners are both metal and it gives more confidence in the durability. On these the hooks are plastic, the body is plastic, the fasteners, they just don't inspire a lot of confidence. I'm sure they will hold up because they aren't going to sell something that wouldn't but Id just say there's more durable options out there.

    Overall I'm happy with them, they are comfortable enough to feel no discomfort while inverting and that's the idea. I use them with an inversion table with the conversion bar but I'm sure they are just as good with any of the bars they sell to hang on. ...more info
  • Excellent product. Teeter delivered exactly what they promised.
    I have been very happy with the hang-ups and have used them for the last month. I have not had any issues and they look to be built very well....more info
  • These boots are awesome!!
    This is exactly what I was looking for and they are perfect!! Thanks so much for great service!...more info
  • Great comfortable and fun
    I bought these boots with the Teeter inversion rack and they are both great. The boots are comfortable (keep your toes poiting towards the ceiling for more comfort).I've only had them 1 1/2 weeks so far but it makes my back feel so much better after inversion and inverted stretching and exercise. Also, having the bar fitted constantly encourages me to do pull-ups and other excercises spontaneously, without the hastle of going to the gym....more info
  • Great product.
    I use it to hang myself upside down to relieve back pain. It is really well built. Strong straps, paddings are thick and comfortable. ...more info
  • It worth any cent ! ;-)
    Nothing negative to say about the product! I am using 3 or more times per week. You just need to sure about your Bar fixation to avoid broke your neck in the floor.

    Nilton Fernandes - I happy end user....more info
  • Great Product
    I do upside down situps with a 50 pound vest on and a 25 pound dumbell in each hand. I weigh 185 pounds. No creaks bends or falls, great product...more info
  • Great!
    It works as advertised and my back feels alot better after hagging a few minutes a day...more info
  • Great
    I've owned these for about 6 years now and I am totally happy with the money I spent. I use them a couple of times a week and I have to say they have helped me maintain great abs. They are comfortable and most importantly fun, which helps me stay motivated. The only negative I can think of is that they won't fit people with huge calves... not my problem, but some of my friends had trouble getting them on....more info
  • hang up boots for 850 teeter inversion table
    I purchased the Teeter 850 inversion table and found the set up for locking your ankles in to be very uncomfortable when completely inverted.
    Then I purchased the gravity boots and found those to be not much better,
    after about 10 minutes of complete inversion your ankles start to hurt because the lack of blood flow and presure on your ankles. I'm still using the boots hoping that I will get use to them.
    T, Ohio ...more info
  • good quality boots
    they not the easiest boots to put on, but once they on, they are secure and comfortable to wear....more info
  • Great even after years of use.
    I bought a pair of these in 1992 for training purposes. They worked great until last year when one broke. No big deal since they lasted as long as they did under extensive use, ~15 years! I am 6'2" 220lbs. and these babies survived a lot of punishment for a while.

    I just recently purchased a new pair because there is nothing like inverted crunches to chisel your abdominals. The other plus is that they really help to decompress my spine after workouts. Great simple tools that last a long time are always good in my book. Enjoy!...more info


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