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For instructions on the proper use of your new Pro Lordotic Neck Exerciser, please see video below.
You can also download or print written instructions by clicking here.
Please note that only people with a flattened upper back should do Exercises 7 & 8. Please check with your BetterBack doctor to see if those two exercises are applicable to you before performing them!
The latest version of the Pro Lordotic Neck Exerciser (which has the elastic bands covered by a sheath, like the picture below) is colour-coded according to the strength of the elastic bands inside of it, as follows:
Red >> Easy pull (20 lbs.) For Petite Adults, Seniors, and Children with reduced strength
Blue >> Medium pull (25 lbs.) For Average Adult Females and Smaller Males
Green >> Strong pull (35 lbs.) For most Adult Males and Stronger Adult Females
However, if you have limited neck mobility, pain, or degenerative issues, you may have to use an "easier" resistance at the beginning and "work up" from there!
This new version of the Pro Lordotic Exerciser has two additional steps that are required to use it properly, compared to the older version demonstrated in the video above. You can download or print these additional instructions by clicking here.
Prior to using the Pro-Lordotic Neck Exerciser, you should first place the exerciser behind your neck, grasp the handles firmly and fully extend your arms straight out to your sides. Then move your extended arms forward to the front of your body and begin performing the Pro Lordotic Exercises.