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Full Neck Flexion

When training only retraction takes Occiput-C1 and C1-C2 to their full end-range of flexion. The Pendulum 4 and 5-Way Neck strength curve was designed to include retraction during the head and neck movements. When you begin a neck flexion exercise keep your body erect and let the face pad push your head slightly backwards. This brings the Occiput-C1 and C1-C2 into a position to begin full range neck flexion.

Pendulum 4 Way Neck

Start the Exercise from Neutral

Pendulum 4 Way Neck

Keep the Body Straight and let the Head Retract slightly before Beginning the Rep

Pendulum 4 Way Neck

Head and Neck Flexion on the Pendulum 4-Way



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