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Default Re: Making yourself harder to KO

Originally Posted by neely [Only Registered Users Can See LinksClick Here To Register]
the answer is easy dude. we used to do neck exercises for wrestling. building out the neck muscles shields the artery, dispersing the pressure over a wider area of the neck, meaning it takes more pressure to constrict it. so its literally if you just want put in the time to do them a few times a week.

also trap exercises work the back of the neck too, helps to keep everything looking a little symmetrical (should you do the neck stuff). you'll look like the guy who always skips leg day if you really go ham on the neck work, so adding a few trap stuff balances it out.

I know this because to this day I incorporate them into my work outs and its insane how much pressure i can take before going out, which is extremley rare.

How much pressure/power does your average opponent have to exert in order to put you out?
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