Weighted Lateral Neck Flexion

How to do Weighted Lateral Neck Flexion:

  1. Keep a comfortable posture with your spine straight.
  2. Turn your head to the side so that your ear is towards the same shoulder as the hand holding the weight. Do not raise or shrug your shoulder.
  3. Bring your head back to being upright gradually.
  4. Before transferring to the other side, do the movement the appropriate number of times on one side.

Benefits of weighted lateral neck flexion include:

  • building up the neck’s muscles.
  • an increase in neck stability.
  • increased motion range.
  • Postural improvement.
  • Injury prevention.

Always seek expert advice before beginning a new fitness regimen.

what is the sternocleidomastoid:

In the front of the neck, there is a large muscle called the sternocleidomastoid (SCM). It is named after its attachments to the sternum (sterno-), clavicle (cleido-), and mastoid process of the temporal bone (-mastoid). Each side of the neck has a sternocleidomastoid muscle, and they work together to perform several important functions.

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