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Costway Yoga Headstand Bench Iron Legs w/ PVC Pads for Family Gym Relieve Fatigue

Item# SPM15625081124 | Model# HB86843BK | Added on January 14, 2020 |
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Costway Yoga Headstand Bench Iron Legs w/ PVC Pads for Family Gym Relieve Fatigue
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Description
If you are looking for a high-quality yoga headstand bench, then our product is your ideal choice. With our yoga headstand bench, you can easily perform handstands and yoga exercises in your bedroom, living room, office and gym. It is ergonomically designed and does not put pressure on your neck and spine. It can help you promote blood circulation and improve blood supply to the head. And inverted for 5 minutes is equivalent to two hours of sleep time. You can also achieve weight loss and shape body through continuous exercise. Thick sponge pad and sturdy iron frame give you maximum comfort and safety. Our stand yoga chair is perfect for improving your health and quality of life.

Features:
Yoga inversion chair helps you relieve fatigue, promote blood circulation and metabolism
With it you can easily complete various handstand postures to build body shape and lose weight
It is ergonomically designed and does not pose a risk to your neck or spine
Sturdy iron frame and bottom reinforcement plate for strong load bearing capacity
Soft PVC leather and thick sponge pad give you a comfortable touch
Non-slip pads on the bottom make it more stable without shaking
You can use it as a rest chair, shoe changing stool and coffee table
It is simple in structure and can be easily assembled
Easy to carry and store without taking up too much space
It is suitable for beginners and experienced yoga enthusiasts

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Color: Black+Silver
Material: Iron, PVC Leather, Plywood, Pearl Cotton ... read more
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