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The front of isometric exercises are good for neck muscles.
The primary benefit of a strong neck is that it helps adjust the rest of your body.
Neck exercises are often overlooked by exercise programs, so it is important to create awareness about simple isometric exercises.
Stand in a neutral position.
Put both hands on the forehead.
Press your hands and hold your neck.
Push your forehead to the hands - not vice versa.
Keep your hands in a quiet position to create isometric resistance.
Keep your head forward - look forward throughout the whole movement.
Hold in the correct number of seconds.
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