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Neck Mathematics
Strength training the neck is an important consideration in athletics. The goal is to lower the concussive and subconcussive forces protecting the athlete. Neck
Momentary Muscular Failure
Manual resistance enables a coach to teach athletes a system of training that allows the lifter to do similar movements that are done with
The Head And Neck Cam
The Pendulum Neck Cam There are more neck muscles than degrees of freedom, that is, there are more muscles available than the possible ways
A Strong Neck
Having a strong neck, stiff tissue with a compliant tendon lowers concussion risk, when we have contact and stretch the muscle it will lengthen
Add Full Length Neck Extension
The occipital bone is a bone that covers the back of the head and is the only bone in the head that connects with
Range Of Motion
Under normal conditions when training the neck variation in movement between individuals and intra-individual varies each time one exercises. Range of motion is not
Head Extension 
The occipital bone is the most posterior cranial bone on the back and base of the skull. On the underside of the occipital bone
A Coaching Point
When examining the movement of the cervical spine it is found that in general most women have greater head and neck extension and less
Zero Rest
The semispinalis and splenius are strong neck extensors. The semispinalis consists of three parts: the semispinalis capitis, the semispinalis cervicis and the semispinalis thoracis.