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Jawline Like Angie (exercises)
Health & Fitness
Sit up straight and slowly raise your chin so that you're looking at the ceiling. Keep your shoulders relaxed to avoid neck strain. Stick your tongue out and down, trying to get the tip to touch your chin. Hold this position for 10 seconds, then relax.
Raise your lower lip past your top lip, which should make your chin tense and pucker. Hold in this position for a few seconds, then firmly drop your lower jaw, keeping the rest of your face and head still. Hold for a few seconds, relax and aim for at least two sets of 10 repetitions.
Gently tilt your head back so you’re looking at the ceiling, then form an O-shape with your lips. This pulls the skin tight over your jaw bone. Hold for 20 seconds, relax and repeat one or two times.
1.Sit up straight.
2. Place your palms on your forehead 3.Push your forehead against your palms, using the resistance to engage your neck muscles.
4. Lift your chin slightly, and gently clench the back teeth as you push. Hold for four to five seconds and release.
Forehead push (con't)
5.Push your forehead against your palms as you try to pull your chin toward your chest.
6. Clench your back teeth gently and feel the neck and jaw muscles engage as you hold this position for four to five seconds.
Repeat the entire sequence five to eight times.
Jaw Clench and Release
Sit up tall on your sitz bones, engaging your entire core and pulling your shoulders down away from your ears. Keep your head in forward, neutral alignment, parallel with the floor.
Place the fingertips of both your hands on your forehead. Inhale and clench your back teeth together gently, feeling the jaw muscles engage.
Hold the jaw muscle engagement for five to eight counts, visualizing all tension pulling in to the jaw. Close your eyes and tighten the facial muscles around the eyes, the cheeks and neck.
Jaw Clench and Release (con't)
Exhale and release all tension as you slowly pull your fingertips down your face toward your chin. Relax your arms to your side as the pull down past your chin. Take a big deep breath in and exhale slowly.
Repeat the entire sequence three to five times. Feel the tension and stress pull into the jaw and then release each time you do this exercise. After the final repetition, inhale and shake your face vigorously.
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