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Are you curious about how MMA neck exercises can help improve your training? You've come to the right place. The neck isn't usually the first area people think of when they think of MMA training. Instead, you might picture professional fighters running up flights of stairs or doing burpees or kettlebell swings in a crowded gym. Or, maybe you're envisioning sparring or heavy bag work.

If your head is feeling a bit heavy, you get frequent headaches, and you're feeling tons of neck pain, then you probably have a weak neck. In fact, most people do have weak necks. This is one of the most neglected muscle groups in the human body.

Your head may be smaller than the rest of your body parts, but it packs a lot of weight. An adult head weighs around 8 to 12 pounds, and your neck is responsible for supporting all that weight. It's also responsible for absorbing any impact that your head takes. Without enough neck strength, you'll experience more neck pain, develop poor posture, and be more susceptible to serious neck injuries. The only way to strengthen your neck is if you make an effort to train it. Fortunately, we're the pros when it comes to neck training. And today, we're going to help you build those muscles in your neck and upper back. But first, let's talk about what's causing your weak neck.

Do you have a loved one who complains about having back or neck pain all year? If so, you know how debilitating it can be. It quite literally affects their day-to-day life. Chronic back or neck pain is a serious matter, and if your loved one doesn't do something to fix the situation, it will only make it worse.

If you believe you're dealing with vagus nerve pain in the neck, you've come to the right place. Because today, we're going to discuss everything you need to know about this nerve. This includes how it functions and the roles it serves, and how you can determine if the pain you're feeling in your neck is actually due to this nerve or not. After that, we're going to explain how you can start alleviating some of the symptoms you're feeling, and discuss more serious treatment options and long-term plans.

Exercise should be an essential part of your health and wellness routine - but do you really need to do exercises to strengthen neck muscles? The short answer is yes - you should be doing neck strengthening exercises, particularly if you are suffering from neck pain or have recently undergone surgery.

If you're suffering from golf-related neck pain, it can prevent you from fully enjoying something you love.

Whether your pain is persistent throughout the round or you feel it later that night when you get home, you'll not be able to really play your best or have as much fun. Is this pain preventable, or is a sore neck or upper back just an inevitability from swinging the golf club? We're here to tell you that you can in fact enjoy one of your favorite pastimes without stressing about injuring yourself or feeling sore.

Whether it's from a nasty wipeout or the result of overuse from paddling, surfers' necks are as painful as it is debilitating. An unfortunate reality for anyone who loves this sport is that it can really take a toll on your joints and soft tissue - this means you're going to have to constantly be at risk of conditions like surfers' necks.

Neck pain from cycling is a risk you sign up for every time you hop on your bike. Even with a perfect bike fit, the anatomy of your spine while riding is unnatural - and it puts the neck muscles under a ton of stress. This pain and tension are further exacerbated when you have a weak neck. which, to be honest, most people do.

While the NFL and NHL made front page news for their heightened awareness of concussions, soccer player Brittni Souder looked for anyone who could understand her textbook symptoms of repetitive brain trauma.

Learning how to get rid of tech neck is becoming a bigger and bigger issue, so today, we are going to help you understand how to manage the pain and re-establish the good posture you used to have. Whether you spend all day sitting at a desk in an office staring at your desktop monitor, or you always have your phone shoved in your face - one thing is true.

Nico Barraza tore all the ligaments of his right shoulder and hand, and suffered a TBI, when he went over the handlebars of his bike. The former NCAA baseball player, pro ultrarunner and cyclist is bringing the Iron Neck in to restore his neck and shoulders to full function.
Injuries to Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson draw attention to the neck’s involvement as they enter concussion protocol.