Ever hang upside down on an inversion table? Ooooh, it’s fantastic. I’ve got a jacked-up back from a hockey injury and I use a Teeter Hang Up every morning. A few minutes upside down and my back is ready for the day.

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Plus, my kids think I’m Batman.

So here are 109 lines about Inversion Tables.

1 Multiply your morning stretch
2 Live the bat life
3 Who knew hanging upside down could feel so good
4 Decompress–from your feet down
5 S-t-r-e-t-c-h yourself
6 You’ve never felt a stretch like this
7 You’ll finally remember what it was like to live before back pain
8 All-day back pain relief, in just one minute
9 Listen to the bats
10 This is what the bats know that you don’t
11 You spend all day upright. Balance it out with some downtime.
12 Get a little upside down time for yourself
13 helping spines spread
14 Spread your spine from the bottom up
15 Bottom’s up!
16 Did you ever think hanging upside down could be healthy?
17 Invert your world
18 Hanging upside down is surprisingly comfortable
19 Unscrunch your back
20 Sometimes you just need to decompress
21 Hang loose
22 The best way to see if you need to clean under your furniture
23 Strap in. Flip over. Feel better.
24 Bye bye back specialists
25 The in-home chiropractor (without the $35 copay)
26 The best part of your day will be the time you spend upside down
27 Meditation and physical therapy all in one
28 Like having a chiropractor in your home (without all the pops and twists)
29 The best way to get your spine back
30 Get your back back
31 Unpinch your nerves
32 Discover upside-down relief
33 It’s weird how good this feels
34 You’ll be inviting friends to hang upside down with you
35 Flip over a new morning routine
36 The only exercise equipment you’ll want to use every day
37 Get your back in great shape
38 The easiest back exercise in the world–all you do is flip!
39 Flip your back exercises in new direction
40 Invert yourself and expand your spine
41 Have you ever thought about what a lifetime of standing does to your back?
42 Gravity is your back’s enemy–unless your upside down
43 The only way to make gravity work for your spine, is to flip yourself over
44 Ever see a bat with a back problem?
45 Replace your morning coffee with a few minutes of upside down time
46 Life is better when you’re upside down
47 Put your back back together
48 The best way to help your back is to reverse gravity. And that’s essentially what we do.
49 The pull to gravity’s push.
50 Reverse your thinking. Invert your body.
51 Pull yourself back together – with a teeter
52 Are you looking at back pain from the wrong direction?
53 For people tired of living with back pain
54 Could the best way to solve back pain be standing on your head?
55 The cure for people with bad backs
56 Flip everything you know about back pain on its head
57 Lay down, flip over, and stretch out back pain
58 Watch your back pain drip away (from the top of your head)
59 Sometimes the best way to look at problems is to flip them over.
60 Back pain? I’ll flip ya for it.
61 The in-home back pain relief table (that flips you upside down)
62 Where you lose your back pain and find yourself upside down
63 The silliest, most effective back pain relief you’ve tried
64 Pretty soon you’re going to start wondering what else you can do upside down
65 Separate & stretch every bunched up nerve in your body
66 Let gravity undo all the damage its caused
67 The “Yup, I’m hanging upside down” back pain relief
68 Back pain sufferers! Invert yourselves!
69 Don’t just stretch. Let gravity expand you.
70 You don’t just feel better, you feel taller.
71 Undo the damage caused by living
72 Hang your way to a healthier back
73 Sometimes you need to flip your problem on its head to fix it
74 Hanging around might  be the cure to back pain you’ve been missing
75 Ever try hanging from your feet to fix your back?
76 Flip everything you know about back pain on its head
77 Low back hurt? Try raising it higher.
78 Let gravity do the work of relieving your back pain
79 Flip your pain upside down
80 So easy, you won’t even call it “exercise”
81 You’ll feel the space between  your vertebrae elongate
82 Widen the spaces between your spine–and let them breathe
83 Lengthen your spine
84 Undo the damage caused by gravity
85 Add space between the spaces between  your spine
86 As relaxing as it is fun
87 Yes it’s fun, but it’s also amazingly helpful
88 Stretch anything that’s tight, just by hanging upside down
89 It feels a little like flying
90 All the benefits of a foam roller, without the pressure and pain
91 Pain free stretching, pain free living
92 If you live with back pain, try living with a Teeter
93 The best thing you can get for your bad back
94 The inversion table that’s also a conversation piece
95 Remember what it was like to live without back pain
96 If the blood rushes to your head, just imagine what it’s doing to your spine
97 The “ahhhh, this feels so good!” back relief table
98 If you haven’t tried inversion yet, you don’t know what you’re missing
99 The only let down is when you have come back upright again
100 When’s the last time you touched the ground with your fingers?
101 Remember what it’s like to touch your toes again
102 Alleviate back pain and improve your range of motion
103 No matter how tall or short you are, you’ll be able to touch the floor again
104 The most pain-free minute of your day will be the one spent upside down
105 Feel your spine go “ahhhh”
106 1 minute upside down makes your whole day better
107 Stretch every inch of your legs, back and hips–all at once–without moving a muscle
108 Feel it lengthen every inch of your body of once
109 You’ll feel it spread your spine–and it’s amazing

Overall: Just OK. The lines didn’t come as fast as I thought they would. I wanted this one to be better.

Lessons: Looking at the reviews, the audience skewed significantly older than me. A lot of 65+. So I had to tone down the fun and keep it pretty civil. I also tried to avoid making ridiculous claims I knew would never get by a legal team. As much as I want to keep it fun, it needs to be somewhat realistic.

Interestingly, I found much more relatable comments in the review sections of sporting goods stores than I did on the Teeter page. That’s a good takeaway, my friend.

Time: 1:10 broken up into 3 sessions.