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    Iron Neck Starter | Clinic Edition




    • Description
    • What's Included  

    The Iron Neck Starter is perfect for anyone trying to overcome poor posture, improve mobility, or rehabilitate chronic pain in the neck or back. It’s also being recommended by doctors to help patients recover from whiplash and as the initial phase of treatment for shoulder injuries; strengthening the muscles that connect the neck and shoulder while the shoulder itself has time to heal. For fitness enthusiasts and amateur athletes, the Starter is a great introduction to Iron Neck training, with added benefits that include core strengthening and reduced risk of head and neck injuries in contact sports.

    - Set of 3 Interchangeable Front Pads

    - 10 lb. Resistance Band

    - Cinch Anchor

    - Door Anchor

    - Skull Cap

    - Exercise Poster

    - Drawstring Bag

    • 30 Day Money-Back Guarantee

    • Product Features


    A custom fit is key. Inflate the rear pad with air using the AIRFIT Bulb to keep the Iron Neck snug


    Heads come in all sizes. Our pads use hook and loop connections to remove quickly and easily


    Set the height of your Iron Neck by using our colored bracket emblems

    • Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: How do I setup the Iron Neck? 

    Iron Neck can be used in any of the following three ways:

    • Connecting to a secured vertical post using a resistance band and a cinch anchor
    • Connecting to door using door belt or door anchor
    • Clipping into an adjustable cable pulley system 

    If connecting to a cable pulley weight stack, you will only need the Iron Neck. Every Iron Neck purchase comes with a resistance band, connection anchor, and skull cap. Teams often work Iron Neck into their lift rotation by connecting them to their squat racks using the resistance band and cinch anchor. The resistance band gives you the portability to use the Iron Neck almost anywhere.

    Q: Where does the resistance come from?

    There are two potential forms of resistance training with Iron Neck: horizontal and rotational. The horizontal resistance comes from connecting the Iron Neck to a resistance band or cable pulley machine, pulling you from a very high lever point on the body, requiring muscle activation throughout the entire kinetic chain. Rotational resistance, available in our Varsity and Pro models, is applied using a tension brake as the slider moves around the guide track. Fixed resistance with the Varsity model. Adjustable resistance with the Pro model.

    Q: Why is rotational resistance important?

    Rotational resistance is most important for athletes due to how rotational head acceleration can affect the brain. Rotational forces are believed to be even more injurious to the brain than linear forces because it can cause twisting and tearing at the brain stem. Part of the neck’s job is to slow head acceleration after impact or a fall to the ground to reduce the amount of force/energy transferred from the body to the brain. Building rotational neck strength adds another layer of protection against concussion risk.

    Q: What is covered under warranty?

    Iron Neck is fully warranted against manufacturing defects for a period of one year after purchase. Costs for shipping, material and labor are covered under first year warranty. After 1 year, Iron Neck will repair damage to Iron Neck at customer's expense. If for any reason you experience mechanical failure during intended use, reach out to us at support@iron-neck.com.

    Exercise Roadmap

    Seamlessly transition through phases of Iron Neck training while building neck strength and improving posture, mobility and technique.