How to Loosen Up a Stiff Neck – The Renegade Health Show Episode #479

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We had a request from one of our Inner Circle Members…

Jan asked us how to loosen up a stiff neck yesterday, and instead of us explaining over the phone on our chat, we decided to do a show on it! 🙂

We have a special guest today also!

Take a look…

Your question of the day: What physical issues do you want us to address?

Click here, scroll down to the bottom of the page and leave your comments now!

Live Awesome!

Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.


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  1. Rosemarie says:

    Everyone treats weight loss for thyroid patients like the plague. I am hypo turned hyper thanks to my doctor who I fired.
    Now I am stuck with the weight I gained.
    I need help I am a skinny person that gained 25 lbs and very upset about it.
    Please help.
    Thank you

  2. James says:

    Ha. Cute show. Helpful too.

  3. David says:

    Great show as usual.
    Love it when you talk posture and fitness; an unlevel pelvis is unstable and affects the whole postural alignment.

    More on the Why? and How? of Leveling the Pelvis (from an anterior forward tilt) … via a presentation and exercise download here:

    (perhaps considered a shameless plug; but hopefully considered helpful … and its free!)

  4. Peg says:

    Thanks–I have had some neck issues lately. These exercises felt great–especially the one that started with looking toward the armpit.

    I also have some problems with my hips–some pain, like inflammation. Yoga stretches help–any other suggestions?

  5. Debbie Grezik says:

    Hi Gianni family,
    Great stretch segment, I have a high hip and shoulder issues I believe from sitting in the middle of a vehicle delivering mail on a rural route for years, also had a rollover accident on the route 2 years ago April. Don’t do doctors, so anything you have to offer I’m sure will be helpful.
    Also good advise on the importance of breathing through the stretches.
    P.S. Kevin, nice to meet your mom.

  6. Heather says:

    Wow this could not have come at a better time. I’ve had a stiff neck and upper back for the past week and it has been driving me crazy!! I feel better after just having followed along with the exercises in the show. Definitely going to keep them up.

  7. gb says:

    You guys are great. Not many raw foodies promote exercise. I appreciate that you combine healthy diet and movement together. I look forward to your show.
    Thank you.

  8. Ron Openshaw says:

    Neck exercises very useful – thanks vm. would appreciate exercises for lower back particularly keeping spine aligned properly. I have lots of pain with trapped nerves because of this.

    Great website, very glad you lot are around!!!! Ron

  9. john says:

    Very very nice to see how FAMILY help one another out for the benefit of humanity. I like that, I really really do!!!!!!! All three of you did a masterful unpretentious presentation, injected with seasoned humor along the way. Kevin would like more programs of Ann Marie and your mother Marie,so I can show my elderly mother so she can better relate to one of similar age. Maybe even have your father and you do something on the big screen so I can show likewise to my father so he also can relate better with someone his age and or experience,someone who’s been over the road as it were. May the God who reigns in the heavens above bless your family.

  10. nick says:

    Lower back exercises or stretches would be great.

  11. Patricia J Allen says:

    Very helpful and simple, neck, shoulder exercise. So far so good, but how about some ideas to keep knees in good shape? Thanks much! Pat Allen

  12. Janette says:

    Is it good or bad if the neck pops (cracks) during the neck exercises

  13. RW says:

    Great Show, very educational and interesting way to bring information on how to exercise. By the way, congratulations on winning the NaturalNews Reader’s Choice “Best of 2009 Skin Care Line” great product! You guys are really making difference. Thanks for everything do.

  14. esther says:

    I’d like to see more on the lower back. I started taking Vitamin D which I was extremely deficient in and that has helped a great deal with the inflamation I had there. I also do Bikram yoga…not sure if some of those postures are too stressful though.


  15. Karen says:

    Hey now,

    enjoying this… I do massage/energy most days, women it’s shoulders (classic) and men (glutes)

    That’s what I see

    Central obesity can equal = excess hormones.

  16. Pat G. says:

    This was really useful, and I’m going to share it with friends. Hi, Maureen! You are my contemporary!

  17. Molly says:

    Hello Kevin and Ann Marie, this was very helpful. My lower back goes out a few times a year. I was hoping you could show me some really good stretches for my back not exercises but stretches. Also if you could just do a few more shows like this giving good stretches for every area of the body.
    Thank you both so much you have help me a great deal with switching over to raw foods

  18. Elaine says:

    Now that I am older and have had to have a hysterectomy, bladder and rectal surgery, I wish I would have known about pelvic floor exercises and other posture practices that could have prevented these operations. My hope is that young women realize the importance of natural childbirth and keeping up exercises the rest of their lives to prevent problems they aren’t aware of yet.

  19. jasmyn says:

    lower back… shoulders… arms:)

  20. Kat says:

    Elaine (and the dear Gianni’s if you have any tips),
    My Mom has had some problems with pelvic floor, etc. I am hoping to avoid the same issues as I age. I have three children (all born w/o drugs or surgery;however, in a hospital and their births took a toll on my body). Besides kegels, what other preventative exercises (and you mentioned posture practices…what are these?)should women be doing? Thank you!

  21. RJ says:

    I’m a 55 year old dog groomer and haven’t been working out since I lost my 15 year old Yorkshire Terrier last May. I just veiwed this show and…WOW…those stretches were so needed for my neglected neck muscles. I’ll be watching this segment daily for the next week…by then, my muscles will have memorized the movement.

    I’ll also start working out once again in memory of my late dog, Medusa.

    Love the show!

  22. Dawni says:

    So Fantastic…This is the first time I’ve seen AnnMarie truly in her element wow. Nice coaching…

    LOVE the stretches and in particular the one Kev’s Mum liked. It does feel great…

    I have fallen in love with Mom – Maureen??? I think she is grounded and calls it like she sees it. She would be a great recurring guest.

    I fear I have a rotator cup injury on my left shoulder. My injury has been with me since late July and normal flexibility has given way to pain when in certain positions. I am sure I injured it on weights at the gym (shoulder machine). I need to do some research…if anyone has any experience with this kind of injury please share.

    Thanks, David #3 for sharing your link. I will take a look at it.


  23. Laney says:

    Great show! Thank you, that was very helpful.

    How about tips for stretching out the low back.


  24. Tyra McMahon says:

    could you please do one on tennis elbow.


  25. Sharon says:

    Excellent! My upper middle back area really benefited from these!

  26. Melissa says:

    I’m with the first comment. Please address weight loss for people with thyroid troubles. I take medication as well as supplement with maca powder and phytonutrients. But, doctors seem resistant to help those of us who have gained weight from hypothyroidism to lose it. help!!

  27. Andreanne says:

    Great show again! Thanks for keeping a well rounded health show : mental and physical health. I appreciate both of you so much!

  28. Helena says:

    great show, really enjoyed it. do you have any tips on tightening the inner thigh? Thanks

  29. jackie says:

    Dawni…I had a similar rotator cuff problem. It kept getting worse and developed into “frozen shoulder”. The sports doctor gave me a shot in the shoulder, which didn’t seem to help, but physical therapy was wonderful, and after several painful sessions I am now fine. Oddly, I had a repeat of this whole scenario on my other shoulder a year later. I’d suggest a good physical therapist a.s.a.p. If you’re lucky you might be able to deter it from worsening. Good luck!

  30. kate says:

    Very helpful- thanks! Do you have any advice on a strained rotator cuff or tendinitis?

  31. Ladan says:

    How about excercises to strengthen the feet..i have a slightly collapsing arch in one foot and there seems to be no cure..i find it too hard on the feet to wear those rock hard arch supports..overtime i know this can cause knee and back issues..any suggestions?? there anyway to reverse this problem? thanks guys.

  32. Mike Pacione says:

    Hey guys, I really enjoy your show. You bring an awesome flair, and personality to the game. Keep it up!
    My question would be for people that sit for long periods of time during the time … like people who work in an office (like me!). Im a younger gentlemen, so I havent experienced anything serious… but is there anything you can suggest to do at work, or sitting long periods, in front of a screen or at work? I guess something along those lines… play with it!
    Much Love,

  33. kerry in oregon says:

    great show! like #7 above, i also appreciate how you present ALL the facets of health, not just raw food info. keep the physical tips coming! : ) hip/shoulder stretches would be great – i have ouchies from a major car accident 23 years ago and deal with significant pain on a daily basis. thanks for all you do! : )

  34. Has Maureen started to sneak in some green smoothies into her diet? She looks a lot younger and more vital since the last time I saw her on your show.


  36. May says:

    Thank you so much that was really helpful and felt great instantly!

    I’m with Mom. How do I shift this firm ‘pot’ on the front of my lower belly area. No matter how much weight I lose it just sits there undeterred!

  37. Kelly says:

    I always watch your show but I never leave comments, however my neck has been hurting me for the past few days, which is very unusual for me, so it feels like fate that you did a show on neck aches, as though it was meant for me! thanks so much.

  38. Pamela says:

    Thank you. I would love to see exercises for knees. I have an old knee injury.


  39. Patricia says:

    Great show and much needed, thanks. I would be interested to see something on stiff knees and tight quads (nothing is mechanically wrong with my knees but range of motion is limited) I know being overweight and over 60 don’t help but they are also no excuse. The overweight, I’m working on, but the over 60 well that’s just what it is, I guess you could say I am working on it by cleaning up diet and including much more raw food also having a better awareness of the toxic effect of some foods/drinks on the body.
    As someone in an earlier comment pointed out, I also enjoyed seeing Kevin’s mom demonstrate the exercises with Annmarie and think it a good idea to have older folks do the exercises with you sometimes, it encourages those of us who have been away from exercise for some time that it’s ok to do what we can to the extent that we can. I’m sure that you have quite a number of older readers (how about a survey, that could be interesting!)
    Again, thanks for all that you do for us.

  40. Maria says:

    Thanks so much!! I am going to start today. I need to get back into full on exercise after the holiday. I don’t have a stiff neck but do have an old injury in that area. If I launch straight into my old exercise routine it will flare up for the first week. I reckon I can prevent that happening by doing these gentle exercises for a few days to get it used to moving again:-)
    Kevin your mother is hoot!!! I always love it when she makes a guest appearance, hehe. And AnnMarie…Oh MY Goodness you looked beautiful today, how do you do it?! I swear you just keep looking more and glowing, happy and amazing (even when you’re recovering from ‘sniffles’!!!!). xxx

  41. Lori says:

    I like that you can always show me something new or a new way to do stretches/exercises(and I’ve been doing for quite some time with many different types of training) Stretching is good, one can always gain flexibility no matter what age, keep showing! Especially preventative, for that’s something you all have not yet had the “fun” of experiencing, the aches and pains of wear and tear and chronic pain issues and growing older *sigh* Always agree about the abs!(or should I say “core”) and would also like some knee input. I know there are countless exercises and gurus out there but I want and trust YOUR take on these things! By the way, I didn’t yet make it to “liveawesome” but did go back to episode #104 with 10 best bodyweight exercises and wow! Just great! I’m so inspired and ready to add a series of those to my “at home” routine. Such practical, functional moves! I just love going back to previous shows, you guys have given us so much information after all this time, what a treasure! THANKS! Keep doing what you’re doing! And I loved seeing Kevin’s Mom! Thank her too!

  42. Wendi Dee says:

    Annmarie! This is EXACTLY what I need! The lyme has left me with neck/shoulder problems. I actually have dual frozen shoulders, but I’m slowly getting some movement back…any extra help with that?

    With the frozen shoulders, I’ve lost just about all muscle in my upper arms and upper chest, too…which feels/looks really strange (almost like an elderly person). 🙁 I know I’ll regain everything, so I’m not overly concerned about it. I’m thinking getting the movement back is first, building the muscle will be second (let me know if I’m wrong).

    I’ve favorited this video so I can do with with you every day! 😉 How timely as today the pain/aches are more severe. Thanks so much!

    *blows kisses to Annmarie and Kevin*

    Lots of love to you both,


  43. Together, you do change the health of the world; my world for sure! Thanks for this episode. It is always nice to see or hear from Maureen (Mom!)and I do relate to her as I am 49 and it looks as though we have a similar fitness profile. My joints hurt and I have been taking glucosamine, condroitin and MSM for some time to very little effect. If you had to recommend one thing, just one, what would it be? I ask for one because that is how I make changes to my diet, health, fitness, etc. Once I incorporate that one thing, I go on to the next issue/area I want to work on (understanding that I may need a series of changes before an improvment becomes evident) Thanks!
    p.s. What was that about Key West? I lived there 25 years ago, a wild and wonderful town! Say hi to Mallory Square and Duval St. for me 🙂

  44. Ladies, remember that AnnMarie hasn’t had children yet. Our bellies may be trophies from childbirth. I’m sure mine needs toning, but I was skinny at her age, too.
    I get a “catch” or a burning tingling in my shoulder when I write. Good thing I am a RETIRED teacher. Is there something for that?
    I will review this video and write down the exercises to perform daily. Thanks.

  45. Stormie says:

    These were soooooo helpful. thank you. Can you tell me how to get rid of that huge ball of padding I have on the sides of my hips/thighs?

  46. Stormie says:

    Someone asked about hip pain. I used to have severe hip pain until I began gyrating! I started that latin dance exercise and all the figure eight movements with my hips really changed things. It seems the movements where your rib cage and hips are moving in opposite directions (you know, Salsa)help a lot as well. It really is wierd that movement of the thing that hurts actually helps.

  47. Jackie says:

    Get an Inversion Table !
    They are wonderful for YOU !!
    Use them daily ~
    Click here: Inversion Tables .
    There are many good ones on the market.
    Invest in your spine .
    I use mine daily !

  48. Cheryl Holt says:

    Thank you for this show. Very inspiring on many levels. I really enjoy stretching and use many of these moves. Today I added a few more!

    I have issues with migraines and much of it is muscle related with my back. I do many moves to help prevent them. Would appreciate any moves also to use in the am before getting up.

    Love, Light, & Peace,

  49. Cheryl says:

    I have been catching up on all your shows by exercising while I watch and listen. I have a very intense stiff neck and I will do those exercises. Thank you.

  50. Veronika says:

    I’d be interested in hearing what Ann Marie does to help ease menstrual symptoms. Do you eat different foods? Take certain supplements or drink teas? Have you had less pain since going raw?


  51. Dianne says:

    Ooooooooo … that felt good. 🙂

  52. Mary M. says:

    Hi Kevin and Ann Marie! GREAT show – those stretches felt soooooo good.

    I’d love to see a show about correct posture while sitting at a desk, and stretches that could be done at the office. I sit at a computer for long hours, and I know my posture isn’t the best. I often have a stiff upper back by the end of the day.

    Love your show and your energy! Both of you are so inspiring and yet so down-to-earth. Thank you for all you do!

  53. Janice says:

    Great show!

    How about exercises to offset osteoperosis? I have osteropenia and I’ve heard exercise can help make my bones stronger.

    Congratulations on all your recent awards. You so deserve it!

  54. Tamikko says:

    I’ve been catching up on all of your vid’s and I’m almost caught up 🙂
    Today’s was especially helpful as its been over a year since I tore my rotator cuff and I still have upper and lower back pain, shoulder and neck pain. I went to a massage therapist who showed me a few of these exercises but that was a long time ago. I especially love the one where you look at the armpit, but the last one that AnnMarie calls the Egyptian is actually is not painful but almost difficult. I can definately feel it.
    Thanks you guys for everything you do. I’ve been taking notes and copying recipes and appreciate everything you do (ha, that’s goal #5 right?).
    I would love to see some upper back exercises too 🙂

  55. Karen says:

    What a great show. These stretches felt fantastic. I would appreciate any tips on stretching for any part of the body.

  56. Annie D. says:

    THANK YOU! I have had a tension headache all day, and this will do the trick to get rid of it!!

    Annie D.

  57. This couldn’t have come at a better time!

  58. Andrea says:

    Bellies (like Marie said!) and knees. Thanks!

  59. Claudia says:

    I’d love some suggestions on how to deal with ankle injuries (knees are another big one for many people) when trying to stick to a regular workout routine.

    I find so many exercises can stress my ankles when they’re weak/injured and I start to fear exercise… (definitely not where I want to be!). Stretches for the areas would be great too!

  60. Claudia says:

    Forgot to add, I’d love some more fitness shows in general! 🙂

  61. Marilyn says:

    These are great exercises to implement daily. Thanks Ann Marie.

    For inflammation omega 3 is really good. I just read Dr. Joseph Maroon’s book on Fish Oil: The Natural Anti-Inflammatory. Kevin, you will know him as the neurosurgeon for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He developed ulcers from taking Ibuprofen for knee pain and looked around for a natural pain reliever, and discovered omega 3. He mentions that the root cause of serious chronic diseases such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, arthritis, and asthma has been identified as chronic inflammation. This book also talks about the various fish oils on the market and what to look for. I have found this very informative and useful as I have been looking for ways to reduce and eliminate the pain in my hip, plus hopefully help with my osteoarthritis. I saw Dr. Maroon being interviewed on another really informative health program on the internet, which is I can only get Doug Kaufmann on the internet, but he does have a TV program in the States, reaching over 100 million people. Hopefully, you will find this informative as well.


  62. Sheilaigh says:

    What a great show. Since I keyboard at work I will be passing these exercises along. I loved the format of demonstrating and having someone trying them with Anne-Marie. Kevin your Mom is a natural on camera. Let’s keep up the Fitness Fridays. I have started walking to work and would love to see some core strength training to make my stride more fluid while walking on uphill and down.


  63. Jacquie says:

    Hi Kevin, Annmarie & Maureen! I’m a brand new Renegade and LOVE this episode! As with Cheryl and Annie D., I have migraines from tension and I do a lot of neck stretching. These were great and as others have said, I love the one looking to your arm pit.

    I found you guys on Christmas day (talk about a Christmas gift!) while viewing something else on YouTube. After watching a couple of your shows, I decided I had to go back to Episode 1 and work my way up because every show is so valuable! I’m on #50 (try to watch several each day) and LOVE your cooking shows and the shows with health news/tips. I have thoroughly enjoyed the Tahini Sauce, the Vegie Wraps, the raw granola…all wonderful raw rood! Annmarie, my junkfoody 16-year-old daughter just scarfed down the last half of my batch of Raw Kale Chips and is asking when we can make more. (Yes!!!!) I would dearly love my husband and daughter to join me in my raw lifestyle and I think your wonderful recipes are what may help.

    Kevin and Annmarie, I’m so thankful you’re doing what you’re doing. This is so needed in our world…living naturally healthy, and you guys present it all so perfectly…you’re down to earth and enthusiastic. I wish I didn’t live in MO so I could have you over for dinner. :o) Annmarie, congratulations on your skin care line award! Great for you! Kevin, you SO inspire me! Blessings to you!

  64. Jacquie says:

    Ooops! Kevin, I forgot to add that I bought an Altus foam roller after seeing your show on not having a back like a turtle. Could you please show more things that the roller can help with? (I love the one I found on Altus’ website where you lie on the roller and use it to roll up and down your back.) Thank you! 🙂

  65. Josh says:

    perfect. i woke up this morning with a very stiff neck and not sure why but these should help! thanks!

  66. Karen says:

    My issue has to do with the discomfort in my intestines while eating a raw food diet. No one seems to address this problem…am I the only one who suffers from intestinal gas? It makes me miserable and I feel like bagging the whole lifestyle. Do you ever get used to all the fiber etc?

  67. Cindy (Sydney, Australia) says:

    Hey Guys,
    enjoyed the show and great to see “mum” involved and that your are helping her too.
    I have 2 comments. it was great to see AnnMarie show how to level out our hips, it is a shame she didn’t go one step further and talk about bracing your core (pulling your belly button back towards your spine) which actually helps to answer mum’s question about the protruding belly issues alot of us suffer with.
    Also, you should mention that it can be an issue for some people to take there neck backwards towards there spine, especially those with disc or neck injuries.
    The vertebrae & discs are very small in our cervical spines and it could cause more harm than good, especially if not dome slowly and in control (& not too far back).
    Don’t want to be a downer as i loved the show & learnt 2 new stretches I hadn’t seen before, but not everyone has the same knowledge as you (& in this case me)in what the possible consequences could be in different situations.
    To answer todays question I would love to know what you would recommend for the thoracic spine and shoulder blades as i have constant pain, muscle spasms and numbness(or pins & needles) shooting out the the right hand side of my scapula. Have seen numerous practitioners (physio, osteo etc) and nothing I have tried with them or alone seems to help.
    Thanks in advance for any help or advice you give and have a great day.

  68. Nancy Zare says:

    On Friday evening I had my atlas adjusted. The atlas bone is at the top of the spine, the one that supports the skull. Talk about how to relieve a stiff neck, the procedure was amazing! Kevin, there are only 9 practitioners in the US who have been trained in this Swiss technique and are authorized to apply it. Once the atlas bone is in place, the rest of the spine follows. Check it out.

  69. Dawni says:

    Thanks Jackie #29 for the good steer on the rotator cup. It seems there are a few of us…

    Also thanks #65, Nancy for the tidbit on the Atlas bone. I had learned of that years ago. Nice to be reminded. I will do a bit of digging and put it on my list.


  70. Nancy Zare says:

    Kevin, there is a practitioner who adjusts the atlast around Northhampton, MA, which isn’t that far from CT. Would you like the information?

  71. Sophia says:


  72. Barbara says:

    Hi! Just woke up from the snow plowing outside, and could not get back to sleep so here I am. I sometimes have aching pain across the back shoulder blades. What can I do for this? I love your show and have learned a lot. Keep us the good work. You 2 are a hoot! You always make me smile! God Bless!

  73. Jill says:

    Thanks so much! That felt awesome! I could feel energy/tingle/heat flow into my hands and fingers! 😀

    It was nice to meet your mom too Kevin.

    I have had 2 surgeries on my leg (tibia tendon lengthening/transfer) and every so often in the scar area it will pull/burn, is that normal? I had the first surgery done at 6 years of age, and again in 8th grade…(my growth spurt pretty much voided the first surgery) they had to cut deeper the second time…the incision goes into my ankle and here I am 26 years old and every so often it will hurt really bad like that…any suggestions as to why?

    Also my grandma got burnt by coffee as a child and to this day at eighty years old she will have feelings of a knife stabbing into her shoulder area where she was burnt, do these lingering pains have to do with nerves at all or what?

    Thanks for any feedback you would have. 🙂

  74. Joel says:

    Can you give more scientific data on your answers so when we tell other people we sound like we know what we are talking about.

  75. Barefoot Running forces correct biomechanics. Relaxation becomes natural if make Barefoot Running a lifestyle choice. No stretching required.

  76. Betsy says:

    Yes, pls do a belly fitness show, that we can all benefit from it and be fit instead of having a bulging belly. thx

  77. Genevieve says:

    I’m a little late in getting to this, but really enjoyed and appreciated it, Ann Marie. I have a suggestion — how about focusing on a different part of the body every week? We all have issues. Mine would be exercises for double scoliosis and resultant inward curving right shoulder, sometimes sciatica, feet … but I’d also like to see belly strengthening exercises, how to exercise on a ball (?) without harming back, and so on.

    Many thanks in advance.

  78. Genevieve says:

    P.S. Would having the Atlas bone put into proper place correct double scoliosis???

  79. Dewey says:

    The Easist and QUICKIST way to get rid of a stiff Neck is to make a fist and Beat on it… The problem whould be gone in about 20 Minutes…
    When it returns do it again…
    THIS WORKS EVERY TIME! as far as Hip Pain… Get a Big Hard Medicine Ball and Sit on it and Massage the area around your hip… PROBLEM SOLVED…
    I Know as I am Living proff…
    Ten years ago aI thouhgt I would Need a Hip Replacment… Well Guess agian…I’m a tennis player…59 years Old… and I still Play at least 3 times a week… and My Method For Knee, Hip, Back, Leg, Shoulder, Neck, CarpalTuennel all Work…

  80. Paul says:

    Great show! How about some exercises to get rid of plantar fasciitis?

  81. Christine says:

    What a cute mother-in-law…

  82. Really great guys, as usual! Appreciate everyting you are doing.

  83. Bill Murphy says:

    That was awesome. I do some of these neck exercises when I am at the computer for long periods of time.

    I never had neck issues until I started working on the computer each day, but now I do get severe soreness and a locking up of the neck if I do not do these exercises regularly!

    I had never seen the “Egyptian” arm twisting one before. I just did it and it felt great. Thanks guys! 🙂

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