Correct your forward head posture with this simple exercise

Today’s Brute Tip is a a demonstration video of a great exercise for people who sit in front of a computer all day or for people spending a lot of time on their phones. We all know that our anatomy and physiology can change based on what we do with our body over and over again. People who spend time staring at screens tend to have what is called a forward head posture. When your head is at rest out in front of your body the muscles of the neck are under great pressure all day long. This can lead to neck pain and especially headaches. Use this exercise for 40 reps every day done as two sets of 20 (at minimum, perform maximum 60 reps per day) to help restore good neck posture!