Ironman Gravity 1000 Vs Gravity 4000: Comparing the 1000 & 4000

Gravity 1000 or 4000 – Which is Best for You?

Are you looking to invest in an inversion table — specifically either the Ironman Gravity 1000 or 4000 inversion tables and/or you are just unsure the exact differences between the two and how these factors could potentially impact you? If so, you have definitely come to the right place.

This comparison guide — 1000 Vs 4000 — will walk you through both tables separately in an overview pointing out their significant features & aspects and will finally recap the significant differences between them. From this, you will then be able to easily identify which is the most ideal equipment for you & your specific needs.

Ironman Gravity 1000 Inversion Table Review

Health Benefits & Aspects

Just by the simple pull of earth’s gravity, it can afford you a tonne of health benefits — with regular usage of an inversion table like the Ironman Gravity 1000 (for specifics check out the videos below) such as: improving your blood circulation, reducing the effects of ageing, reduce fatigue times, decompress the spine (in turn making you slightly taller), relieving sore muscles and many more.

Practical Specifications & Features

The gravity 1000’s framework is built from standard steel that can support up to 300 lbs (max user weight) and height of up to 6ft 6 inches. Moreover, as you can see from the image it has also all been powder coated, so it won’t scratch & also makes it far easier to clean, a simple wipe down will do every now and again.

It’s ergonomic back pad design (that actively supports your back) comes with a padded extra soft layer with tough & durable vinyl coating. Also, to help you save on space, the Gravity 1000 can be folded up, so once you are done with it — get it folded and it can be tucked away behind a wardrobe or cabinet etc. with complete ease.

How to Use the Gravity 1000 (& 4000)

To use the gravity 1000 inversion table is incredibly simple. Simply lay your body parallel to the Gravity 1000’s starting position. Lock your feet into the spring loaded ankle placements, to keep ensure your completely secure. Raise your arms above your head & you will gradually start to fall back into an incline — you can then use the tether strap to adjust the level of incline you want on 10 different levels (going up to 180 degrees). To then bring yourself back up, just use lay your arms by your side and use the extra long handles on each side to assist getting upright.

Rating: 90% (sourced | Dimensions: 53 x 28 x 6 inches | Weight: 46 lbs

Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table Review

Health Benefits & Aspects

The Gravity 4000 inversion table is probably the most popular on the entire market & it is well and truly loved by its owners. Like, the 1000, it helps to reduce back stress & fatigue and is absolutely ideal — in fact a must — for office workers who are sat at a desk 9 to 5, every monday to friday — it will significantly help with preventing decompression of the spine (that prolonged sitting down causes) and keep all your internal organs running healthy and smoothly.

Practical Specifications & Features

The Gravity 4000 is built on a heavy duty tubular steel frame and is fitted with non-slip resistant floor stabilizers, so you are 100% secure — don’t worry, you won’t be going anywhere. What is particularly impressive though with the 4000 is the back pad is made with 2.5 inch memory foam for the best possible comfort and molded support — unique to your back (and comes along with an extra lumbar pillow for added lower back support). It also comes with extra long safety handles to help assist with you getting on and off the table as well as ergonomically cushioned ankle holders. Folded Dimensions: 80 x 26 x 17 inches.

Rating: 94% (sourced | Dimensions: 49′ x 26′ x 65′ | Weight: 82 lbs

What’s the Difference Between the Gravity 1000 and 4000?

There are a few significant differences between them, the Gravity 4000 is made from a stronger heavy duty steel framework but the main variation comes in the back pad of the 4000 — being made of memory foam (with lumbar pillow) adding significant extra support & comfort for those with troublesome back issues. However, many of the specifics do remain the same such as the 300 lb weight capacity, 180 degree incline max etc.

Which Inversion Table Should You Buy the 1000 or 4000?

Both these specific models are incredibly popular (especially the Gravity 4000), but which one to choose? With a price difference of just $50, the winner has to be: the Ironman Gravity 4000 due to all the extra added support it provides, particularly to those with back (and in particular lower back) problems — and it is correcting these back issues why many people invest in an inversion table in the first place. But which inversion table will you buy the 1000 or 4000 and why (let me know in the comments below)?

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