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#1 Exercise for Ugly Forward Head Posture

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Filed Under (Fitness, General) by Rick Kaselj



Hey, I hope you had a great Canada Day and a wonderful Fourth of July long weekend.

I want to start off the week with the number one exercise for ugly forward head posture. Watch out for more videos and articles in the next few days as I head off to film more YouTube videos on Wednesday.

Enjoy the article and video below!

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In this video, I wanted to go through the best exercise for ugly forward head posture.

Best Exercise for Ugly Forward Head Posture

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

I got Alix to demonstrate.

If you have ugly forward head posture, your back is curved and your shoulders are rounded forward. This exercise will help you fix that ugly forward head posture. You have to sit nice and tall. You will bring the head back in good alignment with the rest of your body.

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You have to make sure that you look straight ahead. You will then bring the head backwards. Keep in mind that you should utmost feel a light stretch in the back of your head and in the back of your neck. Now if you feel a  strong stretch, you might be overdoing the exercise that will cause irritation and lead to neck pain and head pain. Start off with 5 repetitions and hold the end position for about 5 seconds. Then you can progress to 10-second hold going through 10 repetitions.

This is really an effective exercise but you need to make sure that you are doing all the little details of the exercise in order to get the most out of it and address your ugly forward head posture properly.

If you want to instantly improve your posture for greater strength, better health and energy, then check out the Forward Head Posture FIX program here:

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Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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Thank you Rick,
Just to praise your admirable dedication and beautifully focused presentations.
Truly great work.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Thanks for the nice words, Maric!

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Good day Rick, can you tell me if your excersise for ugly forward head posture will be effective if you have had cervical fusion surgery?
Thank you, Steve Grier

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Originally Posted By steve grierGood day Rick, can you tell me if your excersise for ugly forward head posture will be effective if you have had cervical fusion surgery?
Thank you, Steve Grier

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