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Want to learn how to work out the muscles on the side of your neck? You've come to the right place. In this article, we'll share our three favorite Iron Neck exercises with you that directly target the sides of your neck. Make no mistake, though - these exercises help strengthen other muscles in your neck too!
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.
Is it possible you could clear up that unsightly double chin with some neck fat exercises? This is a question anyone who’s self conscious about the way their neck looks has pondered once they’ve discovered that you can actually train your neck. The topic of “spot reduction” which speaks to the ability to target fat loss in one specific area of your body, is highly debated. People fall on both sides of the fence, and are passionate in their respective stances.
Don't let a weak pencil neck be the reason you lose a fight you've been training for, or worse, be the reason you have to sit out of training for a few months with an injury. Instead, strengthen your neck & protect yourself in combat sports by reading this guide on the best boxer neck exercises!
It starts simply enough—a twinge of neck pain or bit of numbness in your hands or feet, or perhaps in your back. Then you begin to feel weakness in your arms or legs. Suddenly you wake up one morning to find that you have difficulty walking or balancing. Extreme pain sets in, and pretty soon what began as mere discomfort feels like a nightmare. This is what it’s like to live with untreated sciatica or cervical stenosis.
Our brains are powerful yet delicate, and there are few things that can change your life for the worse like brain damage. While our skulls are strong, they can only do so much when it comes to protecting the sensitive organ within. These days there is growing awareness of the danger posed by concussions, especially for athletes who tend to experience numerous concussions, which can be devastating to the brain.