THE RETURN OF A LEGEND
As one of the most formidable world champions of WWE, Adam Copeland, was forced to retire in 2011 following a series of neck injuries and two neck surgeries. In 2019, Edge added Iron Neck into his training regimen, leading to his return to the ring in 2020.
Edge swears by incorporating Iron Neck into his training routine to combat the effects of whiplash by strengthening his neck and back muscles. Check out Edge discussing how he uses Iron Neck in this Men’s Health feature.
A KEY RECOVERY TOOL
"I had a triple fusion in my neck and I had to strengthen those muscles. I swear by it. It’s real simple but it hits areas that otherwise I don’t know how you would get to."
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A strong neck allows for a better shock absorber. Head and neck injuries are more common when impact forces are unable to be absorbed, leading to concussions and spinal damage.
REDUCE NECK PAIN
Poor posture and injuries over time contribute to neck pain. Iron Neck strengthens the muscles along your neck and spine to improve posture and get rid of neck and back pain.
Tight muscles limit range of motion. Iron Neck reverses these effects and increases mobility in your neck and shoulders.