|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||Nylon Head Harness|
|Item model number||MA307N|
|Product Dimensions||17.78 x 7.62 x 22.86 cm; 453.59 Grams|
Body-Solid Tools Nylon Head Harness (MA307N)
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- Neck-strengthening accessory ideal for athletes in contact sports
- Helps condition and build neck, upper back, and chest muscles
- Constructed of durable, high-quality materials with extra-heavy D-rings and a steel chain
- Neoprene padding helps absorb shock and prevents cuts, chafing, and abrasion
- Can be attached to free weights or high/low pulley machines (sold separately)
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Recommended for any athlete but specifically designed for those in contact sports, the Body-Solid Tools Nylon Head Harness (MA307N) helps you condition your neck, upper back, and chest muscles. This neck exerciser is made with durable nylon, extra-heavy D rings, and a steel chain that can be attached to either free weights or high/low pulley machines (sold separately). The inside is completely padded with high-density neoprene to absorb shock and help prevent cuts, chafing, and abrasions.
The Body-Solid Tools Nylon Head Harness measures 9.45 by 7.01 by 2.31 inches in length and weighs 2 pounds.
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After 6 months of use. I sewed it back together with 50 lb test microfiber fishing line. Contacted the company after a month, they WILL NOT under any circumstances offer a refund, or let me upgrade to the leather one if I forked over the $ difference.
They were plain rude and uncaring and seemed aware that the product is terrible.
Force is not evenly distributed to both sides of the neck because the unit is not perfectly symmetrical encourages muscular imbalance (very dangerous in the neck)
If you plan on doing more than 50 lbs (I do up to 120 lbs) its a good idea to take a towel and put under the strap to minimize hair follicle damage.
I spent about an hour reading about different head harnesses before trying this one. I have been using it for a few weeks, and I am very happy with it. It is well padded with foam rubber covered in cloth, and the padding is about 1/2 inch thick, so it does not hurt or damage my skin to use it. The hardware is sturdy, including the clips that connect the chain to the part that fits on your head. I use weight plates that have three holes around the sides of them to make it easy to pick up the plates with one hand. These holes are larger than the hole in the middle of the plates. The clips on the ends of the chain are so large that they would not go through the hole in the middle of the plates, but this is not a problem because of the larger holes. But if you are using the old-fashioned plates that have only a hole in the center (and I'm not talking about Olympic plates with a large center hole), you may not be able to thread the chain through the hole in the center of the plate.
A head harness like this makes it easy to work your neck muscles in a way that seems impossible using any other technique. Within a few weeks, my neck has become significantly stronger, and this has practical value because it is improving my posture and making it easier to look over my shoulder when I back out of the driveway. I do not expect to develop a large neck, and it's not my goal to do that. I just want to have a reasonable amount of fitness throughout my body, and this harness makes it easy to have a reasonable amount of strength in my neck.