Female soccer players face an alarmingly high risk of suffering from a concussion. In fact, women’s soccer has the second-highest number of reported concussions in sports.
Much like how a soccer ball exerts an extreme amount of force on the neck when student-athletes head the ball, fighter pilots endure extreme forces on their necks throughout the duration of their time in the sky.
If you follow the sport and are jumping on its rise in popularity, rugby neck injuries are something you’ll want to consider. NeckX® was designed to be used by all athletes and If you’re a rugby player, or are thinking of joining a league, read on to learn how you can protect your neck and prevent injury.
If you play or follow sports, you know that some athletes are more likely than others to suffer injuries. These injuries can sometimes be avoided by strengthening neck muscles with equipment like the NeckX®.
If you’re an athlete, there’s a very high probability that you’ve experienced neck pain at some point in your athletic career. Whether you’re a high school or college athlete, a member of a rec league or a professional player, you’re likely well acquainted with the neck pain devices on the market.