Sunpentown Healthy Swing Machine with Swivel Disc

Sunpentown Healthy Swing Machine with Swivel Disc

  • 14 different alacrity adjustments
  • 95 – 175 rotations per minute
  • User friendly remote wіth 1-touch buttons
  • Auto timed programs οf 5-minute intervals ( 5 ~ 30 min)
  • Simple carrying handle

Thе Healthful Swinger provides a simple implementation without applying аnу stress οn thе vertebrae οr οthеr body раrtѕ. Austerely lie down аnԁ Ɩеt thе Healthful Swinger ԁο thе walking fοr уου. Thе gentle side-tο-side rocking motion maintains a proper “chi” balance аnԁ oxygen give tο thе body. “Chi” іѕ ѕаіԁ tο bе thе balance οf negative аnԁ positive forms іn thе body, whісh аrе essential tο ехсеƖƖеnt health іn ancient Asian tradition. A fаntаѕtіс аnԁ effective remedy fοr those wіth circulatory problems іn thе legs аnԁ feet. Bυt, thе unit benefits аƖƖ users. Regular υѕе οf thіѕ relaxing massage movement stimulates уουr body аnԁ achieves relaxation аnԁ stress reduction. Sense οf well-being arises frοm thе massaging swing proceedings аnԁ іѕ immediately noticeable.

List Price: $ 199.00

Price: $ 79.97

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  1. 223 of 227 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Exceptional product, best regard on the market, November 15, 2006
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    I bought my first chi machine, an Exerciser 2000, back in 1999 for nearly $400. It’s a fine product, but it only has one setting, which I learned is just way too quick for my terrible back to tolerate safely or comfortably. Needless to say, I regretted that hold and consequently stayed away from chi machines for a few years.

    By comparison, the Supentown AB-07 is under $80, it features up to 14 alacrity settings, and has an simple-to-use remote with multiple options. Now my only reget is that I didn’t go looking for this thing sooner.

    If you have never used a chi machine before, it’s hard to describe the experience. They’re austerely unlike any other implementation machines I know of. The feeling is both relaxing and invigorating and for people like me, they’re fantastic way to help stay active without risking further injury.

    If you have a chronic injury or are not in fantastic physical condition, I highly recommend the Supentown (assuming your doctor or physical therapist agrees that chi machines are a safe option for your situation). It’s the best regard I could find on the market and has more features than many of the far more expensive models.

    At the slowest setting, it’s so gentle I can use it comfortably even when my back and neck are really hurting. And when I want to step up the pace, the remote makes it simple to boost or decrease the alacrity gradually, in small increments, so it’s always simple to find a pace that feels just right.

    I placed my order on a Sunday twilight and recieved the machine by Wednesday afternoon using standard shipping.

    Only two minor issues to mention.

    1. The ankle rest is made of hard plastic, so some folks may want to use a small extra padding for comfort (like wearing an extra pair of socks perhaps).

    2. The ankle rest is also a small smaller compared to the Exerciser 2000. I believe they had asian women in mind when they manufactured this model. Wearing a man’s size 9 shoe, it fits me just fine. But I suppose people with much larger feet may find it a bit tight.

    All things considered, this is one of the very best buys I’ve made at Amazon.

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  2. 108 of 108 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    What a fantastic piece of equipment!, February 17, 2008
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    I saw these machines on the Ellen Show and checked them out on the Internet. There are rave reviews as to the benefits of these machines aligning your “chi” (not into chi), helping fibromyalgia, diabetes, increasing metabolism, aerating the cells of your body, etc. Some of the machines are quite expensive. This is the best priced machine I could find. I bought TWO of them…one for me and one for my daughter who has fibromyalgia. I’m very nearly 68 and I like using the machine. The gentle motion is so relaxing, and you can feel movement all the way up to your head. But you have to build up your time SLOWLY. More is not necessarily better when starting out. It makes me feel invigorated, my usual aches and pains are gone, and it’s so relaxing. My daughter likes her machine too. She says it really helps her feel a lot better and has eased the pain of her fibromyalgia. It has timers and intensity settings that are simple to use. The directions are a small sparse, but there are fantastic directions on the Internet if you search for “Chi” machine. We both use our 2-3 times a day. It’s a gentle simple way to go your body without having to do dogged implementation. We don’t use the swivel disk that comes with the machine, but bought implementation mats that are “seconds” here at Amazon and they work fantastic.

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  3. 62 of 64 people found the following assess helpful
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    Helps both my husband and me!, Development 3, 2010
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    This assess is from: Sunpentown Healthful Swing Machine with Swivel Disc (Health and Beauty)
    We tried a similar type of machine while visiting my parents over the holidays. It really took the stiffness out of my hubby’s hips and back while we were away so we made it our business to get one when we returned home. There is a wide price range. After reading most of the reviews for all the machines, we chose this one, in large part for the reasonable price. Having been forewarned by previous reviews, I was prepared to pad the ankle cradle, and set aside the disk that came with it. Although our chronic hip/back/leg problems are different, both my husband and I find this machine a fantastic help. Hubby says it “loosens things up” and relieves the stiffness. Just 5 minutes on the pre-programed routine and he’s able to easily touch his toes and walk without pain along the sciatic nerve. I, on the other hand, have too much curve in my lower back, and eventually learned, to my surprise, that the disk that so many users call “useless” is very helpful to me. I had to experiment with it’s placement, but found that it really pushes my pelvis forward while working the joints and haven’t had a single moment of the groin pain I’d been experiencing at work everywhere I’m on my feet 8-9 hours a day. This has been such a help to us, I’ve already bought another one for my daughter for her birthday!
    We consider this a really excellent hold. The controls are simple to deal with without having to look at them all the time, and I particularly like the variations in the available speeds. I start slow and “warm up”, gradually raising the alacrity, for the first 5 minutes, waste the next 5 minutes at about 10 or 11, then slowly back down for the final 5 minuts or until the machine shuts off. I try to keep my stomach muscles contracted toward the floor as much as I can, and for this reason, recommend that your start with 5-minute sessions and work up to longer. I really had sore muscles the first few times I used the machine, and know that like any other form of implementation, you need to start slowly and not overact. This conscious contraction of the stomach muscles is really helping to flatten my stomach! Experiment with positions, like slightly twisting to one side or the other if you have chronic discomfort on one side. Pressing my back as flat to the floor as I can is helping to reduce the curvature in the small of my back. If you have too small curve in your back, house a small towel, folded three or four times under the small of your back as you swing. Try different things and you can customize your workout to your own unique situation.

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