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What is HIIT Workout for Head, Neck and Face Muscles?

          HIIT Workout for Head, Neck and Face Muscles with FACEXER is The Next Step in your skin care, massage, and workout routines.  

Reminder: Always warm up your muscles before you start your intense workout. Warm up exercises are here:



   One of the main barriers to participation in exercise programs is a perceived lack of time. HIIT is considered to be an excellent way to maximize a workout that is limited on time. HIIT - high-intensity interval training - is a training technique in which user gives one hundred percent effort through intense and quick bursts of exercise, followed by short recovery periods.  This type of training has been designed to keep your muscles active, mobile and in good natural shape in less time. HIIT workout for Head, Neck and Face Muscles is training technique for muscles located above the shoulders.

     HIIT training workout for Head, Neck and Face Muscles can easily be modified for people of all fitness levels and special conditions. HIIT workouts provide similar fitness benefits as continuous endurance workouts, but in shorter periods of time.

      HIIT program for Head, Neck and Face Muscles requires an individual approach, i.e. the intensity, duration, frequency of the work intervals and the length of the recovery intervals may vary depending on individual's ability.

     Activities should be carried out at a pace that is comfortable for the user. Users should discontinue participation in any exercise activity that causes pain or discomfort. In such event, medical consultation should be immediately obtained.

  1. Intensity of the exercises.

       The RPE (rating of perceived exertion) scale is used to measure the intensity of the exercise. The RPE scale runs from 0 – 10. The numbers below relate to phrases used to rate how easy or difficult you find an activity. For example, 0 (nothing at all) would be how you feel when sitting in a chair; 10 (very, very heavy) is how you feel at the end of an exercise stress test or after a very difficult activity.

     As a good subjective indicator, the work interval should feel like you are exercising “heavy” to “very heavy”.

0 – Nothing at all
0.5 – Just noticeable
1 – Very light
2 – Light
3 – Moderate
4 – Somewhat heavy
5 – Heavy
7 – Very heavy
10 – Very, very heavy

       2.Duration .

     20 seconds  of ultra-intense exercise followed by 10 seconds of low intensity exercise.

            3. Frequency – repeated continuously for 3 min (6  cycles);

             4. Exercise 4-5 times per week.

       Remember: all exercises will build strength by steadily resisting force. Doing the exercises properly is important. Take your time and focus on each motion as well as the muscles you are using.

          Below you can find a few examples of the exercise regimens.

      Regimen 1:

            Exercise 1.  Stretch FacExer horizontally and press your forehead against FACEXER firmly in order to stabilize the skin. Lift your eyebrows as far upward as possible, working against the resistance created by the FACEXER. Your tongue is pressing the roof of your mouth.

             Duration: perform the Exercise 1  within 20 seconds  of ultra-intense  work interval.

      Intensity: Should feel like you are exercising “heavy” to “very heavy" exercise intensity.

           Followed by 10 seconds of any low intensity exercise for lower part of the face or neck.

           Exercise 2. Place the middle part of the FACEXER in your mouth between the tongue and the roof of your  mouth. Press remainder of FACEXER against your lips and chin. Do not engage your teeth. Hold the FACEXER with your lips and start a sucking motion with your tongue.

              Duratioin: 20 seconds  of ultra-intense exercise followed by 10 seconds of low intensity exercise.

               Repeat continuously for 3 min (6 cycles).


        You can add variety of exercises depending on your  preferences, goals, and availability.

            Regimen 2:

            1. 20 seconds  of ultra-intense performance of the Exercise 3 .

           Exercise 3. Put your mouth in "O" shape like to pronounce AW  vowel .

      Keep your tongue on the roof of the mouth.

      Place FACEXERs bilaterally along your cheekbones and raise lower eyelids upwards to make a strong squint and look up. 


             Followed by 10 seconds of low intensity Exercise 4.

             Exercise 4. Place both FACEXERs bilaterally at the corners of your mouth keeping your lips together.

      Try to draw the corners of your mouth straight back as you pronounce sound 'eeee'.

      Feel the resistance of FACEXERs bilaterally.

             Repeat continuously for 3 min

       (6 cycles)

      How do you know if the exercising is working for you? You will feel the warming sensation in the region you are working out. It means blood flow is increased to the region of muscular work. When a muscle contracts, energy is used. The byproduct of this process is lactic acid which could build up with intense exercising and cause a burning sensation. Reduce the amount of repetitions if the pleasant warming sensation turns to “feeling a burn”.




        Before beginning any exercise program, you should always consult with your doctor or physician, particularly if you have or suspect any sort of medical condition that might be worsened by exercise. Although exercise is beneficial to most people's skin, it can also exacerbate certain skin conditions. If in doubt, consult your doctor or physician. 


        Disclaimer: All content within this article and www.FacExer.com  is provided for general information only. It should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of a professional health care provider. FacExer LLC is not responsible or liable for any damage or injury caused by unappropriated use of FacExer and/or any diagnosis made by FacExer user based on the content of this article and  www.FacExer.com    


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