neck exercise

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Noun1.neck exercise - exercise designed to strengthen the neck musclesneck exercise - exercise designed to strengthen the neck muscles
exercise, exercising, physical exercise, physical exertion, workout - the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit; "the doctor recommended regular exercise"; "he did some exercising"; "the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"
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We also add a neck exercise--since we do not have a neck machine, we do other neck exercises to stabilize the neck
TURKEY NECK: THIS great neck exercise looks bizarre but it works a treat.
There was a time when teams from the south would do neck exercises before their European tours, preparing for the aerial assaults that would be launched at them.
Researchers found that 12 weeks of Tai Chi, a low-impact mind-body exercise, is as effective as neck exercises in providing relief for persistent neck pain, and more effective than no treatment.
For 12 weeks, the study participants were assigned to once-weekly group tai chi (75- to 90-minute sessions), once-weekly conventional neck exercises (60- to 75-minute sessions), or no treatment.
You can also try a heat or cold pack to reduce the pain, sleep on a low, firm pillow, correct your posture and do neck exercises - gently tilt your head up and down and from side to side.
There are also specific lower back and neck exercises to stretch out the muscles.
For instance, vestibular rehabilitation neck exercises alone have been shown to be moderately effective for non-specific dizziness in a retrospective study of 153 elderly cases.
You can try clever upwards moisturising techniques and facecontorting neck exercises all you like, but if you want to prevent - or get rid of - the 'turkey neck effect' you're going to have to put in the groundwork.
Instead, Jones told Butkus to devote five minutes three times a week to neck exercises on the Nautilus machines.