In today’s video, I wanted to go through the best exercise for forward head posture adjustment.
Best Exercise For Forward Head Posture Adjustment
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I’ll get Chris to demonstrate.
This simple chin tuck movement is an excellent exercise when it comes to adjusting your neck. You can do this exercise anywhere.
You need to make sure that you are in good alignment to start off. You are in a nice and straight line position from the side then do the exercise. You will tilt the head down, bring the chin back, elongating the back of the head and you are going to a point where you are back in your alignment.
If your head posture is really bad, you might feel really tight in the back of your head. You don’t want to over force it or push through it because it will irritate the tissue which will lead to neck pain and headaches. You are looking for a light stretch on the back of the head if you really tight there. Make sure it is just a light stretch, don’t overdo it.
Do one set of 5 repetitions, holding the end position for 5 seconds and then you can progress to 10 repetitions, holding the end position for 10 seconds. This exercise can be done every day and you can do it throughout the day but make sure you don’t do 100 of them in a row. Overdoing the exercise will irritate the tissue which will lead to neck pain and headaches.
So, make sure to give this exercise a go. This will help you with your forward head posture and will give you a nice adjustment in your neck if you stick with it and do it for a number of days.
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Rick Kaselj, MS