“Take note, those with a high hip-to-waist ratio!”
By meggus on November 5, 2015
I have some booty. Much, much more than any of the girls in the images. A high waist to hip ratio (0.8). Small waist, but round rear and large hips, as many women are built (particularly WOC). Anyhow, I bought this mainly for inversion, since I’m dealing with lower back and hip pain. getting the fabric to cover only my rear (and not my legs and back) was impossible. I could certainly get about 3/4 of it covered from the thigh/rear crease, but the remainder was impossible – the fabric was flapping in the wind. When I attempted to invert, the fabric would inevitably catch on my lower back and press against it in the wrong places, causing pain. With any product that relies on the shape and size of one’s body (ATTN MANUFACTURER), I highly recommend testing it with a range of body types and providing alt instructions if necessary. Other assisted poses are wonderful, so long as they only involve my upper body in the trapeze! FTR, I have been doing Yoga since 2004. An injury led me to look for a way to invert, and I chose this due to the multiple ways it could be used. Sadly I can only use it for yoga poses. If there’s a better way to use it for inversion for someone of my shape, please let me know.
“REALLY NOT TO HAPPY..”
By Darae crews on November 3, 2015
NO INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ASSEMBLE, NOW WHAT?
REALLY NOT TO HAPPY…
Much later we found some instructions on line so it did work out
“but fun. This is it”
By Janet Wrighton November 2, 2015
I wanted something different, but fun. This is it!