The Dynamic Neck Exerciser

Is a hybrid of technology that combines three exercise therapies, Strengthening, Stretching, and Gentle Decompression.

  graphic                                  All in a 1 – 3 min Cycle

“Light intermittent Traction” for gentle decompression can target

           the base of the skull where tension often originates.


When moving your head very few activities use only one plane of movement, usually there is a combination of two or all three planes (Flex/extension, rotation, lateral flexion). The unique shape of exercise Helmet produces spiral-diagonal resistance to exercise the head on the body in the way it is primarily used.

Balancing you head during the motion relies on equal strength of the muscles on both sides of the vertebra. By the unique design of centering the resistance band down the middle of the helmet/vertebra, the helmet design exercises the posterior cervical muscles so as to selectively strengthen the weaker muscles for a more balance strength condition.

For example during the motion, if there is a weakness of the left side of the neck it will result in the tendency for the head to deflect away from the center line of gravity in the frontal plane. Accordingly, in order to move the head erect “evenly” so that it is aligned with the center line of gravity in the frontal plain, or straight up and down, the user must employ the weaker side equally to a balanced strength condition and a more symmetrical posterior realignment of the head and vertebra.

The balancing motion of the helmet relies upon equal strength balance. For example during the motion the weakness of the muscles on the left side of the neck will result in the tendency for the head to deflect away from the center line of gravity. In order to move the head erect “evenly” so that it is straight up and down, the user must engage the weaker side equally for a more balanced strength condition. (condensed version from the above paragraphs)




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The exercise “Helmet” allows freedom of motion of the vertebra for postural stability training. Its complex design uses a single resistance band to create 3Dimensional resistance for functional training of the posterior or (Postural) “Core” muscles that hold up the head and stabilize the spine.

The unique shape of the exercise helmet turns a door and pulley system into a challenging exercise machine specifically designed for posture.

The variable resistance “CAM” shape of the helmet offers dynamic strengthening and maximum loading to the muscles at multiple points. See pat illistration

To target three different areas, upper, middle, lower cervical/ upperback

Three different angles for “Cervical Extension” exercises that can be performed as an isometric or as a dynamic motion exercise.

The dynamic exercise motion is to move your head up against the downward force, and then lower your head back to starting position.

Always exercise your head and neck in an up and down motion as it nodding yes when using this product.


WARNING NEVER LET YOUR HEAD Rotate side to side as if nodding NO ! Show illistration Misuse of this product could result in a serious neck injury, possibly even death. Thoroughly understand safety instructions and see videos before performing the exercises.

USER BEWARE…the complex 3 dimensional exercise requires coordination and stability. PROTECT YOUR NECK !   Head balancing and neck stability is a constant factor when using the helmet.

Integrated head, neck, and jaw strengthening by maintaining jaw position.

The chin cup is designed to secure the helmet by maintaining jaw position using (med/ lateral pterygoid) to slightly depress and protrude the chin cup. This is part of the exercise. For most users a molded athletic guard is not needed.

Precaution: If jaw pain is provoked, an option is to use a dental splint or molded athletic guard. Discontinue if pain continues.

Remove Dentures (not suggested for use with Dentures in)



OVER THE DOOR Traction combined with motion exercise reduces spinal compression during the exercise motion.                          

The exercise motion is combined with an upward pulling force on the back of the helmet which helps maintain the space of the nerve root cannels and facet joints. This posterior upward pulling force reduces compression to the spinal disc, nerves, and associated soft tissue.


This motion with traction effect may allow pain sensitive users to exercise with greater resistance loads, and is similar to the benefit of using a latt pull down machine as opposed to Barbells lifted from the floor, or using a 45 degree leg press opposed to Barbell Squats Illistration ?



Pulling up on the occipital saddle causes stretching of the short suboccipital muscles and upper trapezius muscles at the base of the skull where tension often originates.




1st Class strengthener:

The Helmets “CAM” surface interacts with the resistance band to provide increasing resistance loads for effective strengthening of 1st Class lever type muscles associated with posture of the head and vertebra.


The exercise is directed toward “core strength” by way of endurance and stability.

Isolation to Targeted area is so specific it requires minimal resistance to be effective and uses lightest resistance bands.  3- 7 lbs is common



Offers simi-independent strengthening to the muscles on each side of the vertebra for better muscle balance or Bilateral symmetry.