HOW: Get set up on your knees with your feet/ankles anchored. Be kneeling tall with your hands supported on an ab wheel. Perform the exercise by rolling the ab wheel forward while keeping your hips extended, your trunk/spine relatively neutral, and slowly lowering yourself...

HOW: Begin the exercise by getting yourself set up in good posture sitting upright looking straight ahead. Then place your fingers on the side of your cheek (cheek bone) and try to turn your head and neck to the opposite side, however, use the...

HOW: Begin the exercise by getting yourself set up in good posture sitting upright looking straight ahead. Then place your hand or fingers on the side of your head (temple region) and try to push your head and neck sideways in the opposite direction,...

HOW: Begin the exercise by getting yourself set up in good posture sitting upright looking straight ahead. Then place your hand or fingers on the back of your head and try to push your head and neck forward, however, use the muscles in your...

HOW: Begin the exercise by getting yourself set up in good posture sitting upright looking straight ahead. Then place your hand or fingers on the front of your head (forehead region) and try to push your head and neck backward, however, use the muscles...

HOW: Begin the exercise by getting yourself set up in good posture sitting upright looking straight ahead. Then perform clockwise large neck circles, begin the movement by dropping your chin down, then lower your right ear down towards your shoulder, then turn your chin...

HOW: Get set up on your knees with your feet/ankles anchored. Be kneeling but fully folded at your hips with your butt back, hands supported on an ab wheel with the ab wheel under your chest. Perform the exercise by rolling the ab wheel...

HOW: You can be sitting or standing with this exercise, demonstrated is standing - just know you can get more body rotation in standing versus sitting. To perform the exercise, focus on keeping your head still looking straight ahead as you rotate the rest...

HOW: Get a barbell set up on your upper back, a low-mid bar position will be better than a high bar position pending on how far you hinge forward. With your feet hip width apart, perform a hip hinge while maintaining a relative neutral...

HOW: Begin the exercise by raising your arms overhead and keeping them there. Then perform a chin tuck followed by strictly rotating your head side-to-side.   FEEL: This should feel like a gentle stretch at the base and along the sides of your neck, you...

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