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  1. Meex is offline
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    Posted On:
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Originally posted by bigfatbrute is this just genetic,
    Not sure. Maybe. At that time with my 21" neck, I had a 34" waist, 36" thighs, and 20" calves. It seemed all I owned were sweats, and sweat-shirts or t-shirts with the neck cut out, and slit in the front.

    I have always gotten huge, fast. So, maybe it's genetic. However, friend's have used the shrug exercise with good results.

    G'luck.

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     Style: Sheep Taiji

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    How about this:
    Do a headstand (with support from hands and against a wall) and then start to move your head from side to side, front to back etc.
    Of course you have to be careful.......
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     Style: Uechi Ryu, MMA, boxing

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    All neck excersizes need caution. When I wrestled, we did this bridging drill(the move that all ows you to hoist your opponent off of you, similar to someone benching X lbs. I never had a massive neck. mine is 16 " or so. I wrestled at 130 weight class. We do light neck excersizes in karate(rotating your head) as there is only 90 minutes per class. But at home I've done those for 10 minutes straight.
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    thanks have been doing it in the gym, seems to work ok thanks.
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     Style: Muay Thai ect..

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Bridging bridging bridging

    Yoga head stands

    Dynamic tension ( pushing against you chin or hea with resistance)

    Makes your own harness. Take a old belt and hook some weight to it. Wrap a wash clothes around the belt and bite down on it.

    Sand bag on head.
    www.ringside.com has like a ankle weight / headband. Doesnt weight alot but you could be wearing one right now at the computer ( I sometimes do)

    Get a karate belt and have friend hold it while you get into push up position and put the strap on your chin. Now slowly take the weight off your hands until all you body weight is on your chin an toes (if your dumb enough to hang yourself the rest of the gene pool thanks you).
    You may want to wear a mouth guard.

    I have been told not to give resistance to the neck in side rotation.
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     Style: strength, judo, kyokushin

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Neck extension and neck flexion (start with low weights), also lots of shrugs (heavy weights! this is a relatively safe exercise)
    just do a good warming-up before you start.
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    I have a pretty good neck and very good traps. My traps look bigger relaxed than most people's do flexed. They started growing in high school and no matter how much time I take off from training they remain big. Here how I did it....

    Supersets of heavy barbell shrugs followed by upright rows. Throw in some direct neck work like a head harness or a partner applying resistance to your neck muscles and you'll see growth.
    The neck is capable of a lot of work. It's a hard muscle to over train. So dont be afraid to train the neck 5-7 days a week.
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    This routine gave me a 19" neck when I was 16 and weighed only 175 lbs.
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