Chin tucks can help stretch your neck muscles, and they also help you maintain better posture.
You can do chin tucks anytime and anywhere. They can be done sitting, standing, or laying on your back!
How it's done:
Place a finger or two on the tip of your chin and push the chin backwards. Get your ears above your shoulder instead of ahead.
If you form a double or triple chin - you know you've done it correctly
Hold for 3-5 seconds , 10-20 reps
Muscles being worked on: Deep neck flexors, neck extensors
You should feel a nice stretch with this exercise.
If you have pain or numbness with this exercise - discontinue and seek further inquiry for it.
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