We all have our own morning routines. But there is something special happening during the first seconds of awakening and this “something” is common for all of us creatures on this planet, something which makes us the same, regardless of having arms, wings or tails, fur or feathers or just skin…. At the very first seconds of our day we have the urge to stretch our muscles to fill them with fresh blood, oxygen and nutrients, to get ready for the new day.
Some of us will go to hunt food , run, fly, chase, dive or roam. Some of us will go for jogging or bike ride, some will visit the gym – we need to keep our bodies in good shape, exercises are good for us.
While aerobic exercises are good for heart muscles, resistance training and progressive overload exercises are strengthening our body and helps muscles to grow.. We all know about the importance of core muscles strengthening. Yoga, Zumba, Pilates, Tai Chi, Spinning, etc. complements our sports and fitness regimes, tones and sculpts our bodies, helps increase range of motion and flexibility.
But something is still missing. Look at this cat stretching his body – he is yawning as well!
Scientists still don’t have agreement about the main functions of yawning.How about stretching, toning and exercising small muscles of the head, face and neck? These muscles are always neglected in your fitness routines and never are getting good workout. Why?
When you exercise your arms you understand that with dumbbells it will be more efficient. But there was no such a thing like stretch bands for exercising head, face and neck muscles in the market. Resistance training, strength training and progressive overload training for head, face and neck muscles became possible with inventing of the personal exerciser - FacExer .Patented worldwide, designed and made in USA, FacExer has been constructed using FDA approved materials of the highest quality and medical grade. FacExer is the only equipment on the market which gives you the unique opportunity to perform resistance training of the head, face and neck muscles. “Method of exercising using FacExer” is a workout which allows muscles to grow in strength together and prevent muscle groups from developing independently and out of synchronization as FacExer moulds to your individual face profiles and utilizes elastic nature of FacExer.
FacExer is an exercise equipment intended only for general physical conditioning and/or for the development of athletic abilities in individuals who lack physical impairment.
“Method of exercising with FacExer” provides health benefits because it is a well-balanced exercise program which can improve general health, build endurance, and slow many of the effects of aging as any exercises in general .The benefits of exercises not only improve our physical health, but also enhance emotional well being.
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Method of exercising with FACEXER is not a miracle remedy for the wrinkles, but a wonderful resource to maintain our health, youth, energy and mood in a great state. FACEXER has been developed to keep our head, face and neck bones, muscles and skin, breathing and digestive system in a good working condition. FACEXER is a maintenance system created to preserve our functional reserve.
FACEXER adds a resistance component to the oral-motor exercises, making them more effective. These exercises increase strength of the tongue, throat and mouth muscles, which are responsible for such a vital activities of our everyday living – breath, drink, eat, swallow, talk. Resistance provided by FACEXER during exercising, helps to increase lingual muscle strength faster, which improves the timing of the swallowing components. In fact, FACEXER stimulates and strengthens all of our muscles and bones above the shoulders. Soft tissues (muscle) forms hard tissues (bone). "Women who had worse wrinkles had lesser bone density," says study researcher Lubna Pal, MD, director of the reproductive aging and bone health program at the Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Conn. "Women who had tougher skin had better bones."