📣 How to Fix Forward Head Posture with scientifically proven methods and exercises?
➡ There is a huge misunderstanding around the concept of Forward Head Posture and what causes it In this video, you’ll find a dense presentation of all the factors that cause forward head posture and how to fix it 📊📉📈 In addition, I devote a large part of the video to debunking the most common myths and misconceptions around this condition. It is my belief that in order to fix something for good you need to have a very clear understanding of what is true (and why it’s true) and what not (+ why it’s not).
📌 Fix Forward Head Posture Exercises + (PDF):
The main exercises that you need for fixing forward head posture are postural awareness exercises and strength endurance exercises in the neutral position of the cervical spine. In this video you’ll find a thorough presentation all the exercises and soon enough I’ll also upload a PDF with the exercises and the program!
🏃♂️ Exercises (PDF): Will be uploaded soon 🙂
Are you sure you have Forward Head Posture?
Assessing your posture is a serious and time-consuming process that I didn’t analyze in this video. One sure thing is that you need to know if you do have forward head posture to try to fix it. As I mentioned, FHP many times comes as a result of a hyperkyphotic thorax. Take the time to evaluate your posture with my FREE detailed postural assessment guide. It took me almost 2 months to structure this guide, and I did it to provide to everyone the basic knowledge that is needed to perform a decent postural assessment.
📌 Find the FREE Postural Assessment Guide at this link:
📌 My video on Hyperkyphosis/Huncback:
Will be published soon (you’ll get a notification if you subscribe and hit the notification bell 🔔)
📑 How to FIX Forward Head Posture content:
00:00 – It’s not that simple…
01:24 – Are you sure you have Forward Head Posture?
02:44 – What causes Forward Head Posture ✅ + Myth-busting 🚫
07:40 – How to FIX Forward Head Posture 💯
13:12 – Summary!
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