Because the muscles don't end at the neck! Our face, constantly exposed, is our calling card. We may have toned bodies and great skin, but once our facial and neck muscles sag; they make us look tired, drained and old. Facial and neck muscles can be exercised just like any other muscle, to strengthen and sculpt it anew. The exercises illustrated in this DVD provide a great foundation for daily workouts that will naturally lift, strengthen and sculpt those muscles, creating a refreshed look that is firm and youthful. The course is comprised of seven segments: Forehead, Eyes, Mouth, Cheeks, Jaw and Neck; a Full Exercise Routine. The Facial Training method presented in the course was developed by Tal Reinharts. Tal specializes in a wide variety of physical training and dance methods. Her studies and extensive training has culminated in the development and refinement of this method for Facial Training.
The muscles of the neck and shoulders can become painful and tight due to slumped posture, overly arched back muscles or one-sided repetitve movements (like computer mousing). Lots of dental work can cause tight jaw, neck and shoulder muscles, all of which contribute to a host of painful conditions. Painful neck and shoulder muscles are also often stress-related, an indication of tight muscles in the center of the body.
This video is the continuation of the second part on the head and neck, that put your understanding of this specially complex region on a firm foundation. It has six sections:
1) the facial muscles and the scalp,
2) the brain and its surroundings,
3) the nerves of the head and neck,
4) the blood vessels of the head and neck,
5) the eye and its surroundings, and
6) the ear
Neck and Neck is a collaborative album by American guitarist Chet Atkins and British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released on October 9, 1990 by Columbia Records. "Poor Boy Blues" was released as a single, and in 1991 won a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals. That same year, "So Soft Your Goodbye" won a Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance. Atkins originally recorded "Yakety Axe", a parody of Boots' Randolph's "Yakety Sax", on his 1965 album More of That Guitar Country. This new recording features lyrics and a new arrangement that were composed by Merle Travis…