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Great product and service
I would highly recommend the product...I had my hesitation with the price but the quality of the product justifies the msrp completely. I had a few questions after the fact and the customer support team helped me through it. I wish I was traveling less to be able to use my Iron Neck more. Buy it, you won’t regret it.
Stronger and more mobility
The Iron Neck varsity is an excellent beast to own. It sits very well on my head and does not come off easily. I can navigate on all angles of movement on all planes. I have owned quite a few items except for the 4 way neck gym equipment and Iron Neck is by far the best contender. I have had this item for two weeks and have implemented my own program for more strength and in the process I also have gained more mobility. I now feel every nuance of the mind-muscle around the neck and it feels much healthier and safer when it comes to neck movement. My neck feels really good. In my opinion, every athletes (beginner, novice and professionals) must own an Iron Neck trainer. This is the missing part of the equation for success of the sport of your choice and in my case my swimming head movement for breathing is faster, “fluidier” and smoother that my body position is not affected adversely as significant as before. My time has improved. weak neck = weak game Also, I am no longer afraid of any whiplash should I be involved in a motorcycle or car accident. Hung
Quality Product But One Improvement Needed
I bought the Iron Neck Varsity recently and now have used it about a half dozen times in my garage-style home gym . Impressions so far. It is a well-designed product. The materials are durable and sound -- it's not going to break from an inadvertent drop or the normal clanging around that goes on in the gym. The head piece fits snugly as it must given the different movements and weight- or tension-bearing needed for the Iron Neck's use. The pump valve to refine the fit is ingenious and the head pads firm but not uncomfortable. The roller moves smoothly but it would be nice if it had the capability to be tightened and fixed place for certain exercises. The recommended exercises seem to cover most of the neck's primary movements and I am sure more will emerge as the Iron Neck gains in popularity (along with the inevitable gimmicky ones using it in combo with bosu and stability balls. But I digress). It's too early for me to judge if my neck muscles have strengthened but they do feel used the next day without being overly sore. I think over time my range of motion will get better too. Now for the one flaw and why it doesn't get the full 5 stars. The chin strap looks like it came off a bicycle helmet. It digs into my neck with some of the movements and in others it has loosened and I have had to stop and re-tighten. A thicker more durable strap with a foam liner under the chin part of the strap would be a significant improvement and its cost negligible given the overall cost of the product. It should not have been skimped on and I would recommend that the manufacturer address this issue sooner rather later. Other than that critique, I am so far enjoying the Iron Neck's use and looking forward to seeing long-term benefit in terms of improved neck function and strength.
Easy to use
Just started using the Iron Neck. So far so good. It takes a few sessions to get it adjusted but then it's all good. Enjoy using it.
I am still recovering from a neck injury and haven’t been able to do all of the exercises yet. The reason I am not giving it a 5/5 is due to the chin strap. It loosens up as you use it, and for the price that we pay for it, I would hope they can come up with a better solution. That said, the rest of it seems well built and sturdy.