Yes there is, you can perform the prone is ab hold, which will not require you to flex your neck at all. Lie flat on the ground with your elbows and forearms on the floor; lift yourself until your body is parallel with the floor spine straight, head looking down at the floor. Hold for 10 seconds then relax, perform three sets of 12-15 repetitions. This exercise will help to strengthen and flatten your midsection but will not require you to use your neck.
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