Concussion research over the past five years has brought more attention to neck strength as a prevention strategy. Iron Neck, a strength and mobility training device that allows for isometric training of the neck, back and core across a full range of motion, first hit the market in 2013. It has since been refined from a bulky strength training tool for college and NFL football teams to a rehabilitation tool for treating neck and back injuries in everyone from elite athletes to desk warriors to active aging individuals.
“Working with the neck in a consistent, repeatable way is a challenge,” says Iron Neck inventor Mike Jolly. “We solved that problem for athletes and large sports teams and over the past two years have refined many of the design features based on valuable feedback from rehabilitation professionals.”
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