Neck pain can be caused by many things including weak and tight muscles in the neck and shoulder area. My favorite exercise for this area is a chin tuck. It’s great for the neck and shoulder, it can help relieve headaches, and it can help correct posture.

Chin tucks are not only a great exercise, but they are a great stretch for the neck as well.

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