This is another excellent inversion table with a very sturdy frame and a few extra features. The foot clamps should be placed on the rear of the ankles and the foam rollers on the front which is opposite of their instructions/pictures. On the right side, you will have to experiment with the pins to determine the correct center of gravity (different for different body types).
One of the questions I get asked all the time is what is the best chair to sit in. Ergonomic chairs are nice and comfortable, but also can be quite expensive. Sitting is bad for the body because regardless of the type of chair, we are just motionless and as we get complacent, our body proceeds to just break down. Sitting on a yoga ball encourages you to constantly readjust yourself and move a little. Add the back and wheels to it and you have one of the best office chairs possible.
Gravity is constantly causing our spine to get compressed. When it is compressed enough to cause a bulge or herniation in a spinal disc, this often puts pressure on nerves exiting at that level into either the arms or legs. Besides regular visits to your chiropractor, the best thing to do for this is traction or decompression therapy. This is a great device for home use that is also an excellent value compared to other device.
In cases of extreme cervical nerve compression causing constant pain, numbness or tingling down the arm, it is necessary to do some neck decompression. This machine delivers some of the best decompression/traction for the neck possible. Always seek professional help first to determine if this may be the right device for you.
Wobble or balance boards are great tools for both helping improve balance and coordination as well as rehabilitating injured feet or ankles. With a little bit of instruction, it is totally worth getting one of these for home use. This particular one adds handles so that you can use it for push ups or planks with some extra stability training.