When shopping for inversion tables, there is quite a wide range of prices, and you may wonder why you should spend more for an inversion table when you could buy a cheap one for under a hundred dollars.
Are you inspired by Roger Teeter and his love of inversion? Wether you love it, laugh at it or want to learn more, Roger’s love of inversion is catching attention.
As spring truly gets under way, we are looking for fresh, easy recipes with bright, vibrant colors and fresh, crisp vegetables. Light, healthy cooking just feels so right as nature, gardens, and even ourselves wake up from the cold winter months.
Everyone wants to stay young well into their old age, right? Of course we do! There are many ways to help make sure you feel good, stay active, and remain healthy your whole life through. Here are a few tips to stay young, at least at heart. But we think that if you follow these tips, you will also help yourself to stay young in your body and mind, too!
When you purchase a Teeter Hang Ups, we want you to know that we are committed to providing you ongoing support for the lifetime of your purchase, and beyond. Here are some of the ways we want to make sure you have every tool necessary to get the most out of your purchase of a Teeter Hang Ups Inversion Table.
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Listowel Store: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 9:00 to 6:00 and Friday 9:00 to 8:00
Fergus Superstore: Saturday and Sunday 10:00 to 5:00
Sometimes you just want a snack! And just because you are eating gluten-free doesn’t mean you always have to do without!
Mike Siegel discusses the Teeter Hang Ups inversion table and his own experiences with sciatica and lower back pain. Mike interviews Roger Teeter about inversion, its history, and they discuss both of their experiences with inversion and Teeter Hang Ups.
Spring is has sprung, but in some parts of the country, cooler weather means that we aren’t quite ready to break out the barbecue grill and Spring salads. Even so, we’re always on the lookout for fresh ideas to green up our dinner plates! This recipe uses Brussels sprouts, but they are roasted and then tossed into a salad with some balsamic vinegar and grapes… and then served warm. If you don’t really like Brussels sprouts, try this recipe… you might become a convert!
Gene had battled with back pain for years and was plagued with re-injury until he found Teeter. If you have injured your back, whether last week or last decade, and you still battle with back pain and re-injury, consider following Gene’s advice: