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Gymnastics Tips and How-to's



Head Rest


Head Rest

The following exercise helps us to stretch the posterior neck muscles which are at the base of the skull that enable us to nod the head. This also includes some muscles in the upper back.
These muscles can tighten, particularly if a person have a poked neck posture and this can cause headaches.

The steps are as follows :

1. By sitting lock your fingers from both the hands behind the head.

2. Drop your chin on to touch the chest.

3. After this, turn your head slowly to the right.

4. By doing like this, you may feel the stretch along your hairline, hold for a count of 10.

5. Relax, then return your head to its normal position.

6. Like this, repeat turning to the left.

7. Repeat this and do 3 times to each side.


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