STRONGER NECK. SAFER GAME.
Journal of Primary Prevention 2014:
a 2.5 year study with 6,700 high school
athletes (boys and girls) concluded
"for every 1 lb increase in neck strength,
odds of concussion decrease by 5%."
REDUCE WHIPLASH FORCES
Weaker neck strength in female
athletes is often attributed as the
primary reason for higher rates
of concussions compared to
male athletes in comparable sports.