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Correct Your Forward Head Posture With This Easy Exercise

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Filed Under (General) by Rick Kaselj



I hope you had a great weekend. Over here in Kelowna, we are starting to feel the summer.

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One thing that I noticed over the weekend while walking around the town is that a lot of people are playing Pokémon Go. Too much playing of this mobile game may lead to Forward Head Posture and neck pain. So, I got a quick forward head posture fix for you.

Enjoy!

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In today’s video, I wanted to go through a quick forward head posture fix.

Quick Forward Head Posture Fix

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

I got Donnalee to demonstrate.

This exercise is called 123 Exercise which is a great quick fix for forward head posture. This will enable you to put your head and shoulders in good alignment.

123 Exercise

123 Exercise

Place your hands out front and bring the elbows backwards. You will then bring the elbows to the side.  And then straighten the hands reaching down a little bit. Perform one set of 5 repetitions holding the end position for 5 seconds or 10 seconds.

Give that exercise a go!

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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Once arms in 3rd position are placed at one’s side, I feel a lower back contraction of muscles. Is this the correct position and how do I sustain that?

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Muriel from EFI Reply:

Hi Nora! This is Muriel from EFI. Yes, you’re back muscles in the third position need to contract because you are consciously trying to pull the your shoulders back, to prevent rounded shoulders and to promote proper posture. To be able to sustain this 5 or 10secs, you must breathe while holding the position. That’d all! Let us know how it goes for you! 🙂

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Thanks Rick,
I have your How to Fix Tight Hip Flexors program, and it has helped me a lot. I appreciate getting this new instruction on fixing forward head posture because this is another one of my body challenges I need to work on. We baby boomers need all the help we can get to age well into the future!

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Hi Rose! This is Muriel from EFI. We appreciate you very kind feedback. Thank you very much! 🙂

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