- Linear Resistance (isometric training)
- Rotational Resistance (concentric training)
- Pro vs Varsity vs Home
- Proper Fitting
Linear + Rotational Resistance
Linear resistance is applied via a cable pulley system or resistance band, which engages the neck in isometric training. The ability to put the head in different positions through 360 degrees of facing movements allows you to train every muscle in the neck, while simultaneously engaging the core.
Rotational resistance is applied through a braking system along the guide track of the Iron Neck, which engages the neck in concentric training. Think about rotational resistance as though someone has their hand pressed against your temple as you try and rotate your head. This works in the same way as a brake in a spinning bike.
3 Models to Choose From
- Pro model: Fully adjustable braking system that allows you to go from no rotational resistance to the point where the it's nearly impossible to rotate your head
- Varsity model: Low, fixed amount of rotational resistance (about 20% of Pro's max capacity)
- Home model: No rotational resistance
Getting the Right Fit
Using Iron Neck for a Gym or Team?
If you'll be using Iron Neck in a school/team, gym, or clinic environment, it's best to have a mix between Large and Standard fits to ensure everyone gets the most comfortable fit. If you have questions about what model selection or the right sizing mix, please let us know.