How To Fix The #1 Muscle That Is Making You Look 10 Years Older Than You Actually Are

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How To Fix The #1 Muscle That Is Making You Look 10 Years Older Than You Actually Are
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Texting… Facebooking… even sitting at a desk with a laptop (terrible for your posture!) All these things and more are RUINING the health of an entire generation, as well as making us ugly; and we are all going to pay the price – hard – unless we do something about it.

You are most likely already suffering greatly because of this. And once you know what to look for, you can see just how many people have this problem. It’s why you may have developed that ugly ‘hump’ below your neck: To combat the stress of holding your head up, the body’s reaction has been to build-up bone and fat tissue to compensate and protect the spine at the C7 vertebra.

Forward head posture doesn’t just leave you looking awkward and older than you really are; it also causes much deeper, serious problems including:

• Constant fatigue and lack of energy
• Pain in your neck, shoulders or upper, lower and middle back
• Permanent damage to your joints, muscles & ligaments
• Headaches and migraines
• Poor sleep or insomnia
• Arthritis
• Impaired athletic performance
• Loss of height by 2 inches
• Looking 10 lbs fatter than you actually are
• Affects your hormonal health
• Noisy mouth breathing, snoring & sleep apnea
• Early degeneration of your spine
• Pinched and trapped nerves
• Decreased range of motion
• Lack of confidence
• Blood Flow to the Brain
• Decreased lung capacity by up to 30%
• Harmful affects to vision and hearing
• Jaw pain and sinus issues
• Dizziness, vertigo and balance issues
• Burdens your digestive system

So for men and women who want to get rid of their awful hunched neck and fix their posture in order to move, sleep and breathe better, check out this awesome tutorial:

The #1 Muscle That FIXES Ugly Forward Head Posture, Trouble Sleeping, Text Neck & Back Pain… While Diminishing Headaches, Brain Fog & Looking Old.

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The #1 Muscle That Eliminates Joint And Back Pain, Anxiety And Looking Fat

By Mike Westerdal CPT

Can you guess which muscle in your body is the #1 muscle that eliminates joint and back pain, anxiety and looking fat?

This is especially important if you spend a significant amount of time sitting every day (I do, and this really affects me in a big way!)

Working this "hidden survival muscle" that most people are simply not training because no-one ever taught them how will boost your body shape, energy levels, immune system, sexual function, strength and athletic performance when unlocked.

If this "hidden" most powerful primal muscle is healthy, we are healthy.


Is it...

a) Abs

b) Chest

c) Glutes

d) Hip Flexors

Take the quiz above and see if you got the correct answer!

P.S. Make sure you check out this page to get to know the 10 simple moves that will bring vitality back into your life:

==> Click here to discover which "hidden survival muscle" will help you boost your energy levels, immune system, sexual function, strength and athletic performance permanently!

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