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The ‘Ayes’ Have It.

‘Eye’ movement and neck muscle is coordinated with the sensory organs of vision, hearing and balance. Individuals can activate different cervical muscles depending on eye direction.  The coordination of the head, neck, and eye increases the level of sensitivity to postural changes. In athletics this has led to the quote, “Where the head goes, the body follows.”

Training the neck is a crucial part of athleticism. Seeing and hearing what is transpiring in an athletic event and quickly activating strong and explosive muscles that are used to turn the head, accelerates the ability of an athlete to get into proper position.

Pendulum Neck Training


Getting Ahead of Extension

The tricep brachii is a single muscular unit with three distinct heads: the medial, the lateral and long heads. It functions as a powerful extensor of the upper extremity. Each head has a different fatigue rate and each head becomes...

Livonia Franklin High School
2024 CSCCa

A morning workout on the Pendulum Rack System at the College Strength and Conditioning Show in Fort Worth, Texas. The strength coaches are Staying Strong. The Pendulum Rack System