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Grapplers: Protect Your Neck!

The Ultimate Neck Training Resource For Wrestling, Submission Grappling, BJJ & MMA

This blog will help you with…

- Neck Training – Neck Exercises – Neck Strength – Neck Health – Neck Workouts
- Neck Injuries – Neck Pain – Back Pain – Back Strength – Back Injuries – And Much More…

Hi, my name is James Kelly and I’m a wrestling coach and BJJ purple belt with Team Lloyd Irvin MMA. Welcome to my neck training blog! Thanks for stopping by. Let me tell you a little about what I want to do with this site and how I might be able to help you.

If you’re a wrestler, submission grappler, BJJ fighter or mixed martial artist, this website could literally SAVE YOUR LIFE. Look… We all know how dangerous combat sports are, especially MMA, wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Full contact sports are no joke. And no matter now good you are, no matter how tough, your neck will take a beating during your athletic career. It comes with being a combat athlete.

Unfortunately, spinal injuries happen. Many times, however, they can be prevented. Neck strengthening is one of the keys to solving a lot of the neck problems that could arise from being a grappler (you’ll see exactly why in many of the neck training articles and videos on this blog).

Whether you’ve been training for 20 years, or you just got started today, I have to tell you one thing: “You gotta protect your neck!” I really mean that. And if you don’t mind, I’d like to share a personal story with you.

Back when I was a high school wrestler, I suffered what doctors told me should have been a “life ending” neck injury. I’m actually very lucky that I’m alive and not in a wheelchair right now. It was because of the specialized neck exercises and neck strengthening routines that I did, I was able to build the neck strength, neck size and dexterity that literally SAVED MY LIFE and kept me out of a wheelchair.

And guess what? I’m still training hard today! Still on the mats wrestling and doing submission grappling and BJJ with my teammates. Still able to compete and coach.

The bottom line is this: My neck strength is what helped save my life and kept me from being paralyzed from the neck down. As a combat athlete, you might have no idea that every single day you are literally one move away from becoming paralyzed or severely injured.

I’m here to teach anyone who will listen. I’m hear to give free neck training advice to anyone who wants to learn the secrets of building a big, strong neck for wrestling, grappling, MMA, BJJ or any combat sport. So if you haven’t already, make sure you join my email list to get exclusive access to neck training articles and videos. I’ll give you strength tips, neck exercises and other neck health advice so you can get stronger and stay strong doing what you love to do. I’ll answer questions and do whatever I can to help you with your neck training. You’ll be able to communicate with me by replying back to the emails I send or by leaving comments here on the blog. I’m here to help you get a big, strong neck!

Protect your neck!

James Kelly
Founder of www.GrapplersProtectYourNeck.com

P.S. For exclusive access to my neck exercise tips and neck workout videos for wrestling and grappling, please enter your name and email in the form below so I can send you my free “Neck Training For Grapplers” ezine…

P.P.S. CLICK HERE to see visit the page to see my blog posts, articles and videos on neck training for combat sports: http://nomoreneckproblems.com/blog-neck/neck-training-blog/.

Disclaimer: Your safety and well-being are of the utmost concern. Always consult a physician before trying any kind of neck exercises or any physical activity whatsoever. The content on this site is not meant to be used as medical advice. Talk to your doctor, your coach and proceed at your discretion. Everything you do is “at your own risk.” Thanks!

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