Solution to Neck Pain Shooting Prone
Most rifles shooters that shoot from the prone position experience some discomfort in their neck. Some shooters are not able to stay in the position for more than a minute or two.
When the millionaire’s shooting coach Shepard Humphries experienced pain in his neck while shooting prone, he asked his friend Brian Prax for a Solution to Neck Pain When Shooting Prone.
Brian Prax, a Physical Therapist based in Jackson Hole Wyoming, is also a competitive long range rifle shooter.
Brian enjoys plinking at 1,800 yards with his .338 Lapua and in 2016 began competing in Precision Rifle Series matches. Brian’s 20 year of experience developing his on “Prax PT Method” makes him a favorite choice for Jackson Hole’s active community, visitors and the ultra wealthy in Jackson Hole.
Brian offered Shepard a couple techniques for a solution to neck pain shooting prone, and one in particular is nice and simple. It can be done just about anywhere and without fancy equipment. Shepard asked Brian to share his tips and we hope that the following trick will help you avoid neck pain while shooting prone!
Brian advises that the individual care he prescribes is based purely on his patient’s unique symptoms, progress and needs. No two bodies are the same. No two injuries are the same. No two surgical recoveries are the same. He hopes this will work for you, please comment on YouTube below his video.
A big thanks to http://praxpt.com for the great info in this video!!!