John Brookfield's Grip Tips

Neck Harness and Cable Set

Feel better, look better, be better

A Headstrap Fit for Hercules™

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Sleek, gorgeous, 1,500-lb. strong, and adjustable, ready to train the front, back and sides of your neck. Just 3 minutes of neck training 3 times a week will make you feel great—and might save your life.

Start easy, or you can end up with some very sore muscles, and use immaculate form--no jerky movements and always stay well within your natural range of motion. Use a moderate weight and keep your reps in something like the 10 to 15 range.

Adjusts to fit heads from 20" to 26", comfortable yet holds over one ton. The aluminum frame is designed for training the front, back and sides of your neck. Use the center slot on the blue aluminum frame to train the muscles on the front and back of your neck; use the round holes in the sides of the frame to train the muscles on the sides of your neck. Either hang the weight directly from the red webbing belt, or for added convenience, use a loading pin and carabiner.

Watch “IronMind’s Headstrap Fit for Hercules—Build a Strong Neck” on using and training with the Headstrap Fit for Hercules.

Essential Fabled Cables™

Fabled Cables are the grown-up version of the chest expander you used as a kid, so you get all those advantages of continuous tension and portability, but in a training tool made for serious strength athletes.

Training with Cables

Fred Hutchinson laid out cable training basics in a three-part MILO series, and if you would like those issues, here they are: December 98, Vol. 6, No. 3March 99, Vol. 6, No. 4; and June 99, Vol. 7, No. 1. 

Also, John Brookfield's e-book Training with Cables for Strength provides over fifty exercises with cables for building usable strength, stretching, and doing neck work.

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