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Revolutionize Your Neck Training: Introducing the EZ-NECK PRO, the innovative neck training device designed to strengthen and tone your neck muscles safely and effectively.

Whether you're an athlete, fitness enthusiast, or someone looking to improve neck strength and posture, the EZ-NECK PRO is your ideal workout companion.

Max Loading Capacity: 200lbs

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Use standard 1"/28mm plates with the EZ-NECK PRO

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EZ-NECK Product Overview

Improve Posture

Reduce Concussions

Improve Aesthetics

5stars Rated 4.9/5 by over 50 Customers

“I think the neck is one thing you absolutely should strengthen.”

- Joe Rogan (Episode 1492)

*This quote is about neck training in general and not an endorsement for our particular product.

Ryan Treadway reviews the EZ-NECK

5stars Rated 4.9/5 by over 50 Customers

Neck Curls

Neck Extensions

Neck Side Curls

Removable Sleeve and Padding

Despite its robust construction, the EZ-NECK PRO is surprisingly compact and portable.

With a dettachable sleeve and padding, it's easy to store and transport, making it a convenient addition for taking to the gym.

Secure Grip Handles

To enhance stability and control during your exercises, the EZ-NECK PRO comes with ergonomically designed handles.

These handles provide a firm grip, allowing you to maintain proper form and alignment throughout your workout.




Neck Harness




Quick Set up


Neck Curls

Tedious to Perform

Neck Extensions

Neck Side Curls

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Neck Training Improves Posture

"Having a strong neck, why is that so important?

Well, it's important because you want a strong spine, and it's the upper portion of your spine.

The other thing that I notice it does is it completely changes my psychology to train my neck.

I just naturally stand more upright."

Andrew Huberman

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A Strong Neck Prevents Concussions

"The data shows that neck strengthening has strong potential as a key concussion prevention tool.”

Sean Gregory

Some research suggests that increased neck strength might reduce the risk of concussion. For instance, a study found that for every one-pound increase in neck strength, the odds of concussion fell by 5%​​.

This is supported by recommendations from Rutgers University researchers, who suggest that athletes, particularly those in higher-risk sports like football and soccer, should build neck strength as a preventive measure against concussions​​.

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A Strong Neck Is More Aesthetic

Neck size is linked to lower likelihood of injury and therefore higher likelihood of health and survival.

And since health is linked to attractiveness. it is therefore likely that neck size should also be linked to attractiveness.

Using the website photofeeler.com, an attractiveness rating website, we put it to the test. All factors are held constant EXCEPT the neck.

The tests were done on the site’s dating category, where physical attractiveness is the primary quality rated. Subjects were females between the ages of 18 and 29.




We want you to reach your fitness goals, enjoy your life and feel healthy. The last thing we want is to create more stress in your life, so if you decide this item is not for you we'll be happy to give you a no-hassle, no-questions-asked 100% refund.


Does Neck Training Actually Work?

Yes, here are the studies.

  • Study by Murlok et al. (2012):
    • Participants performed neck-specific resistance training for 8 weeks, 3 times per week.
    • The training group experienced an average increase of 1.1 cm (0.43 inches) in neck circumference.
  • Study by Mansell et al. (2005):
    • Participants did neck resistance training twice a week for 16 weeks.
    • The average neck circumference increase was 1.5 cm (0.59 inches).
  • Study by Harput et al. (2014):
    • Participants engaged in 8 weeks of neck resistance training, 3 times per week.
    • The average neck circumference increase was 1.2 cm (0.47 inches).
    • Study by Snarr et al. (2017):
      • Sample size: 24 participants
      • They report the maximum individual neck circumference increase was 2.3 cm (0.9 inches).

How often should I train?

Since the muscles in the neck are small they can be trained with high frequency. Therefore for optimal results, we recommend training the neck 3 times a week.

What rep range is recommended?

We recommend anywhere from 8 to 20 reps.

Is it safe to train the neck? Are there risks?

  • While neck training is generally safe when performed correctly, there is a risk of injury if exercises are done improperly. It's important to use correct form and perhaps consult with a professional.

What is the loading space of the EZ-NECK?

  • There is 8.5cm or 3.2" of loading space.


Customer Reviews

Based on 64 reviews
Ahmad A. (GB)


Allan U. (CA)
Great piece of gear

This is a great add if you like to train neck and don't have a partner to do neck curls with a towel.

Graham B. (GB)
EZ-Neck and no neck pain!

Kensui seem to keep hitting home runs. The product is great. The grip is solid even with my sweaty hands. The product is solid. The foam bumper is a decent quality. Another decent product I've told my mates about.

Waldemar B. (PL)
Great concept but terrible execution :(

A very simple, cheap and at the same time brilliant option. The only two minuses are the handles, which are too thin and the foam, which is very unpleasantly smelly. Unfortunately, this second disadvantage is so big that I am unable to use this device. The foam is made of an exceptionally, very, very chemically and toxic-smelling material. If it weren't for this, I would probably use it often and give it 5 stars. It's a really great concept but terrible execution.

William D.
Impressive Results

I've been consistently using EZ-NECK for a few months now, and the results have been impressive. My neck strength and stability have improved significantly, and I've noticed a reduction in tension and discomfort.