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Fitness Tips For 10/24/2012
How to Build Neck Muscles
By Mike Thiga
All athletes require strength in their neck in order to be
competitive. But even as a fitness enthusiast trainer having
strength in your neck can be a big advantage in developing your
overall strength and your inner core strength. There have been many
specific and isolated neck training exercises over the years but
the best is by using your own bodyweight.
Just like the general thickness of your abdominal muscles is going
to indicate and show your inner core and overall strength the
thickness of your neck is also directly proportional to your overall
strength conditioning that you have. The best way to increase the
strength of your neck muscles is by doing a back bridge which is
something practiced by all wrestlers.
As mentioned above there are many different types of specific neck
exercises that one can do, using weights or not but the best overall
strength of your neck is going to come along with the increase of
your general strength. Below is a step by step explanation of the
back-bridge, how to do it and how to progress and increase the
strength of your neck.
Lie on the floor "vampire style": flat on your back with your legs
straight and your arms crossed on your chest.
Place your feet flat on the floor with your knees bent, as if you
are about to do a sit-up.
Tilt your head backward so that your eyes and nose point directly
away from your feet. As you do this, arch all but your feet and head
off the ground. Your neck will take much of the weight.
Return slowly to the position from step two. Cycle through steps
three and four until your neck gets tired.
Run through steps one through four times daily until you achieve the
results you want.
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How to Build Neck Muscles
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