Gymnastics for the neck
A beautiful and flexible neck thanks to simple gymnastic exercises that are accessible to everyone.
Gymnastic exercises for the neck
Stand straight, keep your back straight, straighten your head, in the initial position, the top of the head should look up. Fasten your hands into the lock and place them on the top of your head, tilt your head forward a little, then, resisting with your hands, try to turn your head to its original position. Count to thirty, relax, repeat.
This exercise is recommended to be done once in front of a mirror, noting for yourself its effectiveness and impact on certain muscle groups.
In a standing position, put your hands in the lock on your head. Place the palm of your left hand on your right ear. Tilt your head slightly towards the left shoulder, try to return your head to its original position by making slight resistance with your hand. Count to thirty, rest. Repeat the exercise one more time and then go to the second side.
Sit on a chair, keep your back straight, rest your hands on the seat. Arch your back, tilt your head as far back as possible, wait 30 seconds, return to the original position. Repeat the exercise.
Stand straight, straighten your back, hands on your head. Tilt your head to the left, look over your shoulder, wait 30 seconds. Return to starting position, repeat and switch sides.
This seemingly simple gymnastics is very effective, do the exercises daily and you will notice an excellent result.
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1. This exercise is recommended to be performed in a standing or sitting position in Turkish. Place your right hand palm on your head on the left and press with soft movements, tilting your head to the right.
You can stretch your left hand to the side and slightly down. Shoulders should be lowered, back should be kept straight.
On one side, perform the exercise for about 30 seconds, then move to the other side, assuming the starting position.
2. Facing the wall, sit on your knees. For greater comfort, you can put a towel or blanket under your knees.
Position your knees wider than your hips. Stretch your arms above your head, put your forearms on the wall. Bend down with little effort. Lower your head down. It is necessary to sit down from the wall a little further if there is no feeling of tension.
3. Sit on a chair or floor, keep your back straight, spine extended. Grasp your head with your hands, put your palms in the back of the head.
Bring your hips together, point your elbows down towards your hips. Slowly tilt your head down, trying to hide your chin in the notch of the collarbone.
Stay in this position for 30 seconds, then return your hands to their original position and raise your head.
4. The following exercise can be performed in any convenient place. It helps to stretch the lateral muscles of the neck.
Take a standing position, place your arms at your sides, feet shoulder-width apart. Put your hands behind your back, grab your right wrist.
Slowly take your hands back, focusing on your left hand. To increase muscle tension, tilt your head towards your right shoulder. In this position, you need to be about 30 seconds, and then change sides.