I was always a huge fan of the idea of wearing a harness for the neck and neck muscles, but I never really thought about the muscles themselves.
And when I tried to put a weight on my neck for the first time, I immediately thought, “What?
It’s not going to help.”
I know this because I did a few chest exercises over the course of two years, and I realized the problem.
I was wearing a bulky harness and I was hurting my neck.
“Why would you need a neck harness when you can just wear a chest harness?”
So I got out my trusty wristband and I tried the chest exercises I’d been looking forward to: shoulder bends, wrist curls, and chin ups.
In between, I went back to wearing a strap.
My wife and I went to a fitness center that offers chest exercises for men, women, and kids.
I had no idea that it was possible to do any of the exercises in the neck harness.
I did the exercises at home, with my wife, and then we did them with a buddy.
The first two months were pretty bad.
There was some pain in the back of my neck, but not enough to be serious.
But after three months of the neck exercise, I was in good shape.
I still felt a little sore from the neck pain but I felt a lot more energetic, more confident, and more in control.
Then I noticed something else.
I started noticing more neck pain and I stopped doing neck exercises.
It wasn’t just that the exercises were less painful, it was that I felt like I had been exercising the wrong muscles.
This wasn’t an accident.
During my neck exercises, I’d always felt like the muscles were stronger than the neck, and it felt weird to be doing the exercise in a harness.
The neck muscles were just not going anywhere.
A lot of the time, the neck exercises made me feel like the neck muscles are not actually there, and that it would be better to just stop.
So instead of doing them, I started feeling bad about my neck and began thinking, “This is stupid.”
My doctor explained to me that it could be because I’d done neck exercises in a chest or abdominal harness before and that they would hurt the same way.
Instead of doing chest exercises, the chest harness just didn’t feel right to me.
I wanted a chest piece.
After doing some research, I decided to buy a chest strap from the company I’d heard so much about.
When I bought the chest strap, I found a website where people had posted their neck harness exercises, so I decided I’d give the exercise a try.
I went with the chest exercise and got the results I wanted.
Before I started, I wasn’t too worried about my posture.
I was just worried about the pain in my neck from the chest workout.
Since I’d only been doing neck and chest exercises since last summer, I figured I’d be fine.
But when I started doing the neck- and chest-weight exercises, it felt like it was going to hurt more than I expected.
I began feeling like my neck muscles weren’t working.
As I continued doing the exercises, my neck got worse.
By the time I started getting my arms around my neck in the chest and neck exercises—the ones that felt like they were doing a lot of work—my neck pain had increased to the point where I thought I’d have to take off my chest harness.
At this point, I didn’t know what I was doing wrong, so my doctor recommended I stop doing the chest- and neck-weight exercise altogether and just get a chest-type harness.
This was an idea I was familiar with, and so I did.
I’m going to go ahead and call this a neck-and-chest harness.
My neck and my chest, I can get by with it.
Unfortunately, I realized that this was only going to be a temporary solution.
If I stopped exercising my neck the next day, I might have to start doing the other exercises.
This would mean going back to my neck harness and doing the same exercises I had done before.
Eventually, I did some research and discovered that most neck and shoulder exercises can be done in a neck or chest harness, but the chest piece isn’t one of them.
So I was going back.
Three months later, my pain from the back neck pain went away.
Now I can do chest exercises with my hands.
Finally, the pain has gone away.
And my neck is back.
I’ve been doing these exercises since I was 17 and have been using them ever since.
Because I’ve been using these exercises for so long, I’ve gotten to see the results of what