Teeter came to my rescue! Nothing else in this world has allowed me to be this flexible. I have turned so many friends, family and even neighbors on to the life Teeter will give back to you. Everyone I put in it loves it. Thanks Teeter Hang Ups!
This past January, Roger brought a new Teeter inversion table to the Great White North and all of our TSC friends bought out the entire stock! With such a warm response, Roger wanted to do something special for our TSC audience, so we’re offering even more customer-favorite features during our next round of shows.
Make sure you tune in to The Shopping Channel tomorrow at 11AM EST to catch the latest from Teeter Hang ups. Roger’s visit is one day only, so make sure you tune in to TSC Sunday, June 10th or call in with your testimonial by dialing (888) 2020-888. We’ll also be available live during the shows to answer questions via Facebook (facebook.com/teeterhangups).
If you work in an office, you likely spend most of your day hunched in front of a computer. Sitting in poor posture can place up to 2 times your standing body pressure on your spine, according to medical research. Having an inversion table at your office is a quick and relaxing way to put your back pain on break, but when inversion isn’t an option, here are some other types of products that can help improve your health, posture and well-being while you work (Teeter does not benefit from or specifically endorse products listed below):
Overhead lighting, direct sunlight or dark rooms can all produce strain on the eyes. When possible, try to use table lamps and “task specific” light bulbs that allow your eyes to take in the right amount of light to focus on a computer monitor, desk or other work space.
Foot Rests Sometimes something as easy as moving your feet or your legs as you work can help improve your health, reduce stress and increase duration of concentration. Here is one neat gadget that looks more like a skateboard than a foot rest!
Seating Depending on your specific needs, there are chairs that are specifically designed to support your back and enhance your posture where you need it most. There is even a chair that is endorsed by the American Physical Therapy Association.
Desks From desks that let you stand to desks that actually incorporate a treadmill at the office, standing and moving as much possible while working can help reduce all manner of sedentary-related illnesses.
Neck Strain You could spend thousands of dollars buying products to help you achieve the optimal environment in which to work, but our all-time favorite way to immediately improve your work space is a good old fashion phone book! Prop a phone book or two under your monitor to make sure that your monitor is exactly at your eye level when sitting in good posture. This will reduce strain on your neck which will in-turn reduce strain on your shoulders and your overall posture.
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America’s #1 talent show, America’s Got Talent (on NBC), has featured some tremendous talent, but our favorite so far this year is Spencer Horsman! He’s smart, well accessorized and understands the importance of safety. How did we get all of this from watching his Houdini-like skills on AGT, you ask? Because as Spencer dangled 10 feet in the air between those giant snapping jaws, he chose to be inverted with Teeter Hang Ups EZ-Up Gravity Boots – the only choice for those who want enhanced comfort during inversion at home, the gym, or between giant snapping jaws on America’s Got Talent.
You’ve been working hard all spring and were rewarded with a 3-day weekend to kick off the beginning of summer! If you are like us, dear reader, sometimes it feels like you never have to go back to work again! Inevitably, we must face the Tuesday-morning blahs and return to our day-to-day routine with the accompanying responsibilities, chores and deadlines.
What do you do if you are experiencing a post-holiday blues? Here are three tips to help you recover.
Start off on the right foot…er…diet
Between BBQs, camping trips or making the rounds of parties, holiday weekends can mean that we temporarily suspend healthy eating habits. We can wake up Tuesday morning feeling, tired, bloated and sluggish from too many processed foods, alcohol or sweets. Make sure you drink a lot of water the day you return to “normal” and begin to include fruits, vegetables and whole grains in your diet. Resist the temptation to snack on the potato salad leftovers all week and focus on making food choices that support your body and can help you return to feeling great.
Often we spend so much time focusing on an upcoming vacation or three-day weekend that when the event comes and goes, we can temporarily feel depressed. To ward off the slump, make sure to plan a fun activity in the coming week or two and mark it on your calendar. It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant – a trip to the farmer’s market, a preplanned drive into the country, or dinner with friends can give you a light at the end of the week and help give you a lift while looking forward to something enjoyable in the near future.
Having a 4-day work week can make some of us feel frantic, trying to accomplish the same amount of work with only four days in which to complete it! Studies have shown that working to the point of exhaustion has diminishing returns. Work smarter, not harder. Take frequent breaks to refresh your eyes and your mind (even 90 seconds to take deep breaths and close your eyes can help) and find ways to automate your most mundane tasks to reduce stress and repetition.
If others around you are feeling hectic and stressed, take a moment to remind yourself that you are in control of your emotions and you do not need to let their stress bleed over onto you. You can work more efficiently if you stay focused on your work and not get caught up in any workplace drama created by tight deadlines.
While Chris M. didn’t always know that the Teeter Hang Ups was the answer to her back and pelvic pain, she intuitively know that hanging upside down would help relieve her ailments. Read more about her story below.
“I cannot say enough about the Teeter and what it has done in a week for my back and pelvis!!!!!! I was diagnosed several months ago with Pudendal Nerve Entrapment and compression in the L4 region of my spine from pronating for years on my right side and was in physical therapy 4 days a week with both a Pelvic Therapist and a Chiropractor to help correct the problems that had resulted. And though it helped, NOTHING was giving me the full-out stretch that I knew my body needed to get relief from the pain I’ve been in. I kept saying at every PT appointment: “I just need to be hung upside-down.” When I saw the Teeter being advertised on TV, I knew it was exactly what I have been looking for.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU creator of the TEETER. I have already told all of my friends and family and will continue to spread the word about this incredible machine.
Sign me a sincerely happy and stretched out camper!!!!”
We say that our EP-560 Inversion Table can be assembled in 13 minutes. One man was skeptical, so he put us to the test! See what happens.
Our friends Steve and his crew over at Better Health Innovations (BHI) do a great job of taking care of their customers! We made a claim and they set out to find if there was truth in it – Steve assembled the new EP-560 in under 13 minutes! Subscribe to BHI on YouTube to see all their cool comparison and review videos or visit their site to learn more about the Teeter EP-560 Ltd. inversion table.