Paradigm 100 Inversion Table System – Reviewed


Ideal for beginning or experienced inversion table users, the Paradigm 100 can help relieve minor back aches and muscle tension; it can also help to counter the effects of too much time spent sitting, standing, or moving repetitively. The table is also a great way to add extra crunch to exercises like sit-ups. Built with a durable tubular steel frame with a scratch-resistant, powder-coated finish, the Paradigm 100 features three adjustment settings on the pivot arms to control the rotation speed while safety handles provide easy return to an upright position. Vinyl safety covers are added to protect hands and fingers. The Paradigm 100 features three adjustment settings, a padded backrest, and ergonomically molded ankle holders. Other features include a durable, comfortably padded nylon backrest, ergonomically molded ankle holders, and adjustable tether straps for safety. The table can support up to 250 pounds and it has a maximum user height of 6 feet, 6 inches. When not in use the Paradigm 100 can be folded for storage. Key Features: Tubular steel frame with a scratch-resistant, powder-coated finish Weight Capacity: 250 pounds Maximum User Height: 6' 6" Three adjustment settings Safety handles Nylon backrest Ergonomically molded ankle holders Adjustable tether straps Folding design


  • Home inversion table system for adding extra crunch to exercises and relief from back stress
  • 3 adjustment settings on the pivot arms control the rotation speed
  • Comfortably padded nylon backrest, protective side covers prevent finger pinching, ergonomically molded ankle cushions
  • Scratch resistant steel frame; folds for storage
  • Maximum user weight of 250 pounds and height of 6 feet, 6 inches tall


There are various relatively recent products on the market, some of which are worth looking into. A handful have gained considerable acceptance amongst users, are actually increasing in reputation and growing. Some of these are really outstanding and worth looking at. Among the list of relatively new products available on the market that are in the business of home inversion table machines for exercise and spinal decompression, we have a noteworthy newcomer called the Paradigm 100 Inversion Table System.

This useful product is the brainchild of and being developed by Paradigm. What exactly the Paradigm 100 inversion table system does so well that is causing it to gain such traction in the market is allow the user to comfortably adjust the rotation speed to allow for smooth, fluid exercise.

There are not less than 3 unique features that set the Paradigm 100 table above and beyond their competitors. These three unique features are the 3 adjustment settings on the rotator that I have already mentioned, the outstanding and sturdy engineering that makes it feel solid and operate smoothly and finally the many little touches that add comfort and confidence to the experience of using the machine. Let's look at some of those attributes, each in its turn.

The backrest on this machine is not the simple canvass or plastic you find on some comparable machines, but a nice padded backrest. The hand grips are nice soft, high quality rubber that feel good in your hand. Even the joints of the machine itself are covered with a nice protective cover to prevent any pinching or poking.

On the negative side, the main drawback within the the Paradigm 100 inversion table setup is that, like any home spinal inversion table machine, it can be difficult to fit your ankles securely in the holders. Most users report a comfortable and secure fit, but with the variety of different body lengths and shapes that must be accommodated, it is not possible for a machine like this to be a perfect fit on everyone.

For the final analysis, the Paradigm 100 inversion table system seems to be a great product, full of superior features along with a growing popularity. Particularly at this price point, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better machine with more well thought-out features than the Paradigm 100.