Exercises for Double Chin
Exercises for double chin can help to tighten the skin underneath your chin. These double chin exercises will not only tighten the skin, but
also make your neck stronger.
~ Tighter Skin, Stronger Neck ~
It's bad enough when you're trying to get rid of the spare tire around your waist, but to have a spare chin to go with it...double negative!
Sure, you can have surgery to get rid of that double chin, but why? Do it the natural way, don't look for the quick fix. You didn't get that
double chin over night, so remind yourself that it'll take a bit of time to get rid of, but it'll be worth it.
In this day and age we're too lazy, it's time to get out of that slump and make some positive moves.
These exercises for double chin are easy and effective as long as you're consistent. You'll also be saving tons of money by avoiding costly,
If you get rid of your double chin through exercise, you'll appreciate what you've done even more. You won't be so quick to go back to the
unhealthy lifestyle that gave you your double chin in the first place.
One more thing, besides doing these exercises for double chin, don't forget to get your diet in check to lose unwanted fat.
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- Sit tall or stand tall comfortably.
- Throughout the exercise you'll lead with your chin while moving in slow, gentle movements.
- Lift your chin up to the ceiling (north), hold for a few seconds.
- Turn your chin slightly to the right (northeast), hold for a few seconds.
- Drop your chin a little so your chin faces to the right (east), hold for a few seconds.
- Now drop your chin a little (southeast), hold for a few seconds.
- Drop your chin to your chest pointing down (south), hold for a few seconds.
- Turn your chin slightly to the left (southwest), hold for a few seconds.
- Lift your chin up a little (west), hold for a few seconds.
- Lift your chin up a little more (northwest), hold for a few seconds.
- Lift your chin up to the ceiling, back to the starting position.
- You should have made a full circle with your head facing in all the directions like a compass. Aim for 3-5 reps.
- Stand or sit comfortably.
- Slowly and gently tilt your head back so your forehead is parallel to the ceiling.
- Now, open your mouth as wide as you can.
- Then close your mouth.
- You should feel this in your jaw as well as your neck.
- Repeat this open and closing motion 10 times.
Nanny, Nanny, Boo, Boo (lol)
- You probably did this as a kid, we all did!
- Look forward and stick your tongue out as far as you can. Hold for a few seconds.
- Pull your tongue back in your mouth and repeat 10 times.
- You can do this sitting or standing up.
- Place your palm against your forehead.
- While pressing your palm against for your forehead, push your head against your palm.
- Hold for a few seconds, then release.
- So, you won't really be doing any kind of movement here, but you should feel your neck and chin getting tight each time.
- Repeat 10 times.
Bottoms (Lip) Up
- Stand or sit comfortably looking forward.
- Relax your shoulders and reach your fingers to the ground.
- Place your lower lip over your upper lip (this will give a deeper stretch).
- Slowly and gently look up towards the ceiling.
- Tilt your head back as far as comfortable and feel the stretch in your neck.
- Holding this position, release your lower lip for a second, then place it back over your upper lip.
- Do this a few times then return to the starting position, then repeat.
- You should feel a great stretch in the front of your neck, right where your double chin sits.
- You can start with 2-3 reps and build up from there. Try doing this in the morning and night.
IMPORTANT! Do NOT strain your neck during any of these exercises for double chin. Keep the
movements easy and gentle. Listen to your body, if you feel pain then obviously stop.
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