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1/20/2015 6:56:33 PM - Robert Ungurean
Hi this is Bob Ungurean
I'm 49 yrs old and I've done some on and off neck training for a few yrs.
Had neck pain for about 12 yrs finally got it checked out and I have a slight herniated disk on left side. I was told no more neck harness or neck curls. This was over a year ago.
I want to work the neck and started with a ten lb weight. Any oppinions if I should b doing this? I want to thicken my neck but don't want any more problems. Any help would b greatly appreciated.
Thanks
Bob

Robert,

Isometrics.

Like you would do when you played sports.

No movement in the neck itself, just give it some resistance against an unmovable object.

No man should have to worry about having a stack of dimes for a neck. The bigger the better.

Shrugs too. Pop those shoulders up into your ears and give it a good six second count during the contraction. Don't look left, right, up or down. Straight ahead and get that thing HUGE!

Just take caution and don't cause any irritation to that herniation.




,
Harry Selkow


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