03-27-2004, 08:06 PM #1
How to Work the Sides of Your Neck?
I dont have aceess to a 4-way neck machine so thats outaa the question. Ive tried the "standard" exercise in which I lay on my side and place a plate (whcih is wrapped by a towel) on the side of my head. That works like sh*t!!!! I dont feel a **** thing, the plate keeps slidin, and keep fallin over, etc.
Does anyone know of a good exercise out there to help build the sides of my neck?
03-27-2004, 08:10 PM #2
go to everlast.com, they have a thing that attaches to your head and hangs a wt off of it....
03-27-2004, 08:42 PM #3Originally Posted by decadbal
03-29-2004, 11:02 AM #4
I have that head thing. I've had it for years but I never used it until recently. It has three rings, one in the back and one on each side. I just put it on backwards so the hook is in the front and I can work the back of my neck. It works prett well, you just have to make sure you have a bench or something else to lay on that's high enough so the weight doesn't hit the floor if you use a large plate like the 45 lb. I use a 45 lb plate and the headband kind of chafes my head a little, but besides that, it works pretty well. My neck gets a good workout. Just make sure you start with a light weight and work your way up, you can throw your vertabre out of line with too much weight.
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