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Neck Exercises Blog, A Guide to a Better Neck Posture

Hello and welcome to Neck Exercises. I am glad you want to take care of your neck. Whether you have neck pain, tension, stress or discomfort, neck exercises can help. Making small adjustments each day to include neck exercises, stretch exercises, or a neck workout, will gradually improve your neck health and quality of life. Let's get started!

Head Up Wobble Neck Exercises

Would you like to know how to loosen up your neck after a
long day or even in the middle of the day? Want to be able to keep your neck
range of motions and muscles from tightening up? Ever feel you need to shake
your head from side to side? Try doing some head up wobble neck exercises to
loosen your neck muscles and joints.

These head up wobble neck exercises are similar to other
side to side (lateral flexion) neck exercises. The added motion of tilting your
head up while doing a head up wobble neck exercises will loosen up the sides of
your neck. The first couple of levels in the neck or cervical spine are the focus
of these head up wobbles neck exercises.

These head up wobble neck exercises are good for releasing
shoulder and neck tension. These neck exercises can be done sitting or
standing. I’ll describe these head up wobble neck exercises in sitting to avoid
any balance deficits. These can also be done on a ball or on the bed. Let’s

Sitting Position:

  • Feet flat on to the floor
  • Sit up tall
  • Bring your chest up and toward the facing wall
  • Relax your hands in your lap
  • Bring your shoulders down from your ears
  • Squeeze your shoulder blades together
  • Perform a chin tuck by bring your chin back towards your
  • Relax your jaw, by keeping your lips together but teeth
  • Eyes looking straight ahead

Head Up Wobble Neck Exercises:

  • Breathe in
  • Tilt the top of your head back by 45 degrees
  • Have your eyes look up at the ceiling
  • Breathe out
  • Bring your left ear towards your left shoulder
  • Then tilt your right ear towards your right shoulder
  • Be sure that your head doesn’t twist away from the facing
  • Repeat 10 times

There should be no pain or discomfort with these head up
wobble neck exercises. Begin with slow, smooth and controlled motions. You can
start with small tilts and then big tilts to the side when your neck is warmed
up. Avoid clenching your teeth with these neck exercises. These head up wobble
neck exercises can be done a couple of times a day to keep your neck range of
motion and limited neck tension. Other neck exercises will be described at a
later time.


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