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catirl
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Hi , im sitting in to the pc for like 12-15h a day and my posture was terrible. Can someone help me with how a good neck posture looks like ?

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Posted : 14/12/2018 2:44 pm
Balotvendor
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do a chin tuck and avoid slouching

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Posted : 14/12/2018 7:59 pm
AlphaMinus
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I'm a little confused about chin tucks. I often hear people referring to them as ideal neck posture, and yet in McKenzie's book (where they come from), they're presented as a daily exercise, not a constant posture. The idea being that they help get you used to bringing the head back over the spine. The ideal posture being somewhat less extreme than a full tuck. And having watched Mew's video on chin tucking recently, I see that he also presents it as a daily exercise and not a constant posture. Which I hope is right, because the full tucks ruin the aesthetic of the face!

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Posted : 14/12/2018 9:49 pm
Redbird
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Yeah the chin tuck is a stretch you'd look stupid all day as natural posture. Make sure to keep your ears over your shoulders. That's a good place to start with the neck.

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Posted : 15/12/2018 3:15 am
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