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What is "Foward Head Posture"?

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Forward Head Posture or FHP affects nearly everybody, yet hardly anyone understands the serious long-term physical and mental damage it can cause.

Your neck is literally the BRIDGE between your head and your body. It’s the balance beam from which good posture flows.

As the main connector between your upper torso and skull, the neck has the crucial task of cradling the body’s computer — the brain.

Not only does Forward Head Posture give your back that ugly hunch and crouched-over look, it also causes much deeper, serious problems.

Although there are a number of major muscles in the neck and back, there is one “vital” muscle at the front of your neck which does all the lifting and that muscle is the sternocleidomastoid.

When your sternocleidomastoid is strong and supple, your head sits perfectly upon your neck.

This muscle is the key to your postural health.

When you see how deeply connected the muscles around your neck and back are to each other, you realize there has to be a right order in which to exercise these for optimal effect.

If you don’t, you’re wasting your time doing ANY stretching. You need to hit the muscles from different directions using a combination of exercise techniques to properly target them.

Once you know the right way to do it, you can learn to fix your head posture on your own in 15 minutes per day!

CLICK HERE to Fix Ugly Forward Head Posture

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