• Home
  • About Rick
  • Courses
  • Products
  • Services
  • Contact
  • Survey

BEST Neck Pain Relief Exercise

6

Filed Under (Fitness, General) by Rick Kaselj



In this video, I wanted to go through the best neck pain relief exercise called Chin Tuck.

BEST Neck Pain Relief Exercise

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

I will get Andrea to demonstrate. It’s done best in sitting.

You are sitting down. I don’t want you to have your back up against the back rest. I want you to move forward so have your seat away. I want you to be nice and upright, keeping that curve in the lower back and tightening the abdominals. Your shoulders are opened up and head is in line with your shoulders to be in a good starting position. Now, we are going to bring the chin back. You are kind of bringing the chin down and back and then elongating the back of the head. It is a small movement.

You are not going to make some of the common mistakes that people make which is bringing the head back, tilt it a bit, dropping the chin, elongating the back of the head too much or bringing the head straight back.

Chin Tuck

Chin Tuck

You are dropping the chin a little bit and then elongating the back of the head. We are improving that head position where the head is in line with the shoulders. We are also working on stretching out the back of the muscles in the back of the head and then also working on those deep neck muscles.

With this exercise, you are not going to do like 50 repetitions of it as it will irritate things and your muscles and neck are going to be unhappy. Start off with five repetitions. You are holding the position for about one second. After you have done that, see how it feels if it is better, worse or the same. Now if it feels worse, make sure you are doing the technique correctly. If it feels better then progress it. You can stick with five repetitions. Instead of holding for a second, you are going to hold it for about five seconds and then you can progress on to ten repetitions, holding for five or ten seconds.

Give that exercise a go if you have neck pain and if you are looking for the best neck pain relief exercise.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There is a good chance that I have an article, a video or an interview that is going to help you overcome your injury or pain.

Also, if you are watching this on YouTube, head up above, hit “Subscribe” and what will happen is every couple of days you will get a video like this where I talk about overcoming injury and pain.

Now lastly, make sure to head down below, hit “Like” and leave me a question or a comment.

If you want to discover how to eliminate neck pain permanently, then check out the Neck Pain Solved program here:

NECK PAIN SOLVED PROGRAM

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

.

Facebook comments:

Comments posted (6)

avatar

A very simple and direct solution for neck pain. Can you provide a similar solution for chronic thumb pain – overuse (massage) was the cause. Thanks, Terry

[Reply]

avatar

Any tips on Anterior Hip and TFL soreness? Seems like I get pretty sticky connective tissue in these hip areas.

[Reply]

avatar

I have a pian in my right side about 3 ribs up and 3 inches from the true side. It has been there for over 2 years. I have tried chiropractors,Body stress release, can you help please

[Reply]

avatar

Hi Rick… i think you do a really great work. My main problem is that I have beed diagnosed bilateral tendinitis of the gluteus medius(that was the MR showed) and usually with the low back pain or tightness . I´ve done a lot a lot of stretches, massages and rolling with a tennis ball ttrying to solve it and keep working out (but i can´t)

I had this knee surgery so I was told that I must work the gluteus but maybe I did it wrong or too much so I have this pain for two years or more. Now I´m trying to stretch the psoas and it feels ok but it seems like I wouldn´t be able to do the things I like: Burpees, HIIT running, squats, lifts, jumps, jump rope, and also planks (after 3 or 4 days doing planks the gluteus medius get tight and aching. The worst is that I can´t work out the gluteus maximus, and that´s really important for health and of course, good looks.

P.D: I almost don´t have gluteus, by genetics but now I can´t try to work them out.

I´ve been doing too much

[Reply]

avatar

What can I do for knee pain behind the knee cap

[Reply]

avatar

Tin Reply:

Hi Nick, this is Tin from EFI. Pain in that location can be caused by a number of things. A proper diagnosis with tests would be most reliable for making a plan of care that addresses that pain.

If you have purchased an EFI product, you can access the EFI Secret Group where we can help you more. You can contact [email protected] on how to access the group.

[Reply]

Write a comment

*