SAVE 5% NOW on any order over $899. Use coupon code SAVE5

View by Brand

View by Category

Elliptical Trainers
Aerobics / Yoga / Pilates
Bars / Grips / Collars
Bikes That Fold
Boxing Equipment
Cable Crossovers
Exercise Bikes
Floor Mats
Free Weights
Functional Trainers
Game Bikes
Indoor Group Cycles
Inversion Tables
Jogging Strollers
Kids Fitness
Lower Body / Leg Machines
Rehabilitation Products
Smith / Cage / Rack
Strength Training
Tanning Beds
Upper Body / Arm Machines
DVDs and Books
Sales and Demo Units
Vibration Therapy

Glendora, CA Showroom Hours
By Appointment Only
Click here for details
Why buy from us
Lowest price guarantee
Get it for free
Warranty Questions?
Shipping & Delivery
   Exercising Tips Resource Index - - - (22)
     Back Exercises Resourse Index (1)
     Cardiovascular Exercising Index (1)
     Chest Exercising Tips Index (1)
   Fitness Resource Index (1)
   Health Fitness and Technology
   Healthy Life Resource Index (23)
   Nutritious Diet Resource Index (1)
Neck Strain Exercise Tips

Neck Strain Exercise Tips
Some of the recommended neck strain exercises include; Head lifts which help you maintain or regain your range of motion. Neck rotation done while seated in a chair, keeping your neck, shoulders, and trunk straight. First, turn your head slowly to the right. Move it back to the forward position then relax. Do this 10 times. Neck side bend is done by tilting your head so that your right ear moves toward your right shoulder. Make sure you do not rotate your head while tilting or raise your shoulder toward your head. Repeat this exercise 10 times in each direction.
Neck flexion can be done by bending your head forward, reaching your chin toward your chest. Repeat it 10 times. Neck extension: Bring your head back so that your chin is pointing toward the ceiling. Repeat 10 times. Chin tucks are done by placing your fingertips on your chin and gently pushing your head straight back as if trying to make a double chin.
Upper trapezius stretch: The upper trapezius muscle connects your shoulder to your head. Sitting in an upright position, put your right arm behind your back and gently grasp the right side of your head with your left hand to help tilt your head toward the left. Repeat 3 times on each side. Scalene stretch: This stretches the neck muscles that attach to your ribs. Sitting in an upright position, clasp both hands behind your back, lower your left shoulder, and tilt your head toward the right. Lower your right shoulder and tilt your head toward the left until you feel a stretch. Repeat 3 times on each side.
Neck isometric exercises include Neck flexion done by sitting tall, eyes straight ahead, and chin level. Neck extensions are done by clasping your hands together and place them behind your head. Press the back of your head into your palm.
Neck side bend: Place the palm of your hand at the side of your temple and press your temple into the palm of your hand. Tuck your chin and lift your head toward your chest, keeping your shoulders on the floor. Repeat 10 times.
Neck side bend: Lie on your right side with your right arm lying straight out. Rest your head on your arm, and then lift your head slowly toward your left shoulder. Repeat 10 times. Switch to your left side and repeat the exercise lifting your head toward your right shoulder.
Hands and knees neck extension: Get on your hands and knees and look down at the floor. Repeat 10 times.

This article was published on Tuesday 09 May, 2006.
Star Trac NXT Bike
Star Trac NXT Bike
Schwinn 431 Elliptical Trainer
Schwinn 431 Elliptical Trainer
Star Trac P-TR Treadmill
Star Trac P-TR Treadmill
Life Fitness 95Ti Treadmill Remanufactured
Life Fitness 95Ti Treadmill Remanufactured
Scifit Pro 2 Total Body Trainer Recumbent Bike and Ergometer
Scifit Pro 2 Total Body Trainer Recumbent Bike and Ergometer
Sole F80 Treadmill NEW Model
Sole F80 Treadmill NEW Model
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Featured more
SwissBike™ LX 24-Speed Folding Mountain Bike
SwissBike™ LX 24-Speed Folding Mountain Bike
What's New? more

Call For Price
Reviews more
PowerTec Leverage Multistation Home Gym WB-MS
I owned and used this gym for 3 years and loved it. There ar ..
5 of 5 Stars!

Sales & Return Policy
| Customer Service | Privacy Statement | Contact us
Check These | Fitness Resource Index |
Notify us of any problems or mistakes on this page

Copyright 2014 All rights reserved.