Kong

Posted on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 by John Wood
The man known only as Kong, who claimed to have the world’s strongest neck, lifts 502 pounds. Another unusual feat of strength which he performed was having a partner smash bricks laying on his neck with a sledge hammer. Interestingly, “Kong” was also a vegetarian.
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Sig Klein’s Neck Training

Posted on Thursday, December 15th, 2011 by John Wood

Sig Klein Neck Training

You’ve got to hand it to the oldtimers, they didn’t neglect training any area, a lesson that a lot of people could stand to learn today. Here’s the great Sig Klein using a neck developer of his own design.  Interestingly, he also recommended a specific breathing pattern while training the neck — the neck muscles actually do also assist in respiration which is part of the development procedure.
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