PUYALLUP, Wash. -- /PRNewswire/ -- The Teeter Hang Ups P3 Back Stretcher is now part of the famous Teeter infomercial line-up with a new spot that debuted the week of Nov. 16, 2011. A great alternative to an inversion table when space is limited or when shopping on a budget, the P3 Back Stretcher offers spinal decompression and stretching of the lower back, hips, legs and knees. Starring Roger Teeter, the 1 and 2-minute TV spots beautifully highlight the P3's ease of use, portability, and effectiveness, as well as feature testimonials from first-time users.
This revolutionary back stretching device has been adopted by Roger Teeter himself to fit into his own busy travel schedule. Constructed of lightweight, aircraft-grade aluminum, the P3 Back Stretcher weighs just 5 lbs and sleekly folds up for compact and easy travel. The P3 arrives 100% assembled and with simple adjustments; users can set it and stretch in just seconds - simply lie on any semi-firm surface such as the floor, dense couch or bed and push on the leverage handles to apply effective, user-controlled traction. The P3 Back Stretcher is an ideal holiday gift for those with back pain and sciatica.
The new infomercial can be viewed on various TV networks, including Documentary Channel, SyFy, VH1 Classics and Cloo starting November 14th, 2011. You can also learn about the P3 at http://p3backstretcher.com or by visiting your local fitness and back health specialty retailer. To find a specialty retailer in your neighborhood, visit Teeter's dealer locator or call Customer Service toll-free at (800) 847-0143.
With over 2 million users, Teeter Hang Ups leads the market as the definitive inversion and back care products brand. Founded in 1981 by Roger and Jennifer Teeter, Teeter is the longest continuous manufacturer of inversion products in the world. Teeter Hang Ups are rated by Dynamark Engineering as the "best inversion table" for endurance, strength, function and ease of assembly, and only Teeter tables are quality-assurance tested to UL's inversion table safety standard. Visit http://teeter-inversion.com.