"Stir the pot"
20 seconds on 20 seconds off
Spinal mobility work
70%x3, 80%x3, 90%xmax reps
Each dedlift is followed by 3 max height box jumps. Rest 2-2:30 between each set
1 arm Power Snatch (Kettlebell or Dumbbell, as heavy as possible
30 yd sprint
Poor neck posture leads to a Forward Head Position which is one of the most common causes of neck, head and shoulder tension and pain. This can be a result of injuries like sprains and strains of the neck leading to weak neck muscles, poor sleeping positions and the illustrated examples of driving stress, computer neck, couch neck and readers neck along with improper breathing habits.
The extra pressure on the neck from altered posture flattens the normal curve of the cervical spine resulting in abnormal strain of muscles, ligaments, bones and joints of the neck causing the joints to deteriorate faster than normal resulting in degenerative joint disease or neck arthritis as indicated in an article published in the Spine Journal, recognized internationally as the leading journal in its field and the leading subspecialty journal for the treatment of spinal disorders, 1986;6:591-694.