My Journey with Bar Hangs and Inversion Table Use: One Month In
It’s been about 6 weeks of my daily bar hangs and a month since I started using my Teeter Hang Up, and I am thrilled with the results thus far. I’ve been doing my routine in the morning and the evening, and I’ve already noticed a significant improvement in my back health and shoulder strength. In addition to the physical benefits, I’ve also found that incorporating bar hangs and inversion table use into my daily routine has been a great way to destress. It’s a nice way to start my day and end my day.
I don’t have chronic back pain but more just age and computer use always causing discomfort. I had heard that inversion tables and bar hangs could be beneficial for back pain and shoulder strength, but I wasn’t sure how long it would take to see results. The discomfort in my back and the strenght in my shoulders has been quicker than I expected.
My bar hang time is still hovering around 30 seconds each. Sometimes I can hang a little longer. To help with hang time I just keep pushing after the time goes off or I aim to more reps per day. I usually get about 2 minutes in the morning and 3 minutes in the evening on the Teeter Hang Up.
Overall, I’m thrilled with the results so far with bar hangs and inversion table use. It’s been a game-changer for my back pain and shoulder strength, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a new way to improve their physical and mental well-being.