A stronger neck will make you a tougher athlete. You’ll be able to absorb impact more easily, making you harder to knock out, more difficult to choke out, and less prone to concussions. Try this simple prison yard style neck strength circuit. It’s very similar to what the military uses in boot camp to prepare their soldiers for contact in combat.
Try this movement to compensate for all of the pressing in your workouts, and avoid injury. You’ll also prevent posture problems and allow your body to reach higher strength potential.
This variation of a rear delt raise is performed laying on your side. Try this for strong and balanced shoulders.
This rear delt move will help keep your shoulders balanced and strong.
Use this motion to maintain healthy shoulders. Fewer aches and pains. More strength.
This simple standing movement with a cable or resistance band can help you maintain structural balance. You’ll have fewer aches and pains, get injured less, and get stronger than ever.
This standing, supported exercise for your lower trapezius is great for correcting posture issues like forward shoulder lean. This will also help relieve pain, in many cases. You’ll be able to get stronger and avoid injury.
Use this exercise to train the often forgotten external rotators. Often the repetitive pressing motions of weight training, or the stresses of our sports, build strong and tight internal rotators while leaving a weakness in the rear. Fix it with this movement to relieve aches and pains and make you less prone to injury. You’ll get stronger too!
A simple overhead move for stronger shoulders. Overhead presses can be done seated, like this, with or without back support.