Neck Hump: How to Get Rid of the Fat at the Top of Your Back
.MP4 | Video: 1280×720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 837 MB
Duration: 1 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English
Learn what fatty neck hump is and how to improve your appearance, reduce pain and regain lost confidence.
What you’ll learn
Understand the 4 different causes of neck hump
Learn 7 specific rehab exercises that target neck hump
Reduce neck and shoulder tension
Stop headaches and neck pain!
Find out where to get an x-ray (if needed)
Learn what ergonomic changes to make
Begin to wear flattering clothes again
Regain body confidence and boost self esteem!
No special equipment or clothing needed but a rehab foam wedge may be recommended in some cases
Written, audio, animation & video formats
PDF resources to download and/or print
In some cases, you may be encouraged to seek manual treatment to enhance the benefits of the course exercises
Do you wear high collars to hide the unattractive lump of fat on the back of your neck? What is the fatty neck lump? How did you get it and how can you get rid of it?
I designed this course with the help of nearly 200 real posture pupils concerned about their posture appearance. By the end of the course, you’ll understand the cause and have an actual rehabilitation routine to get rid of your fatty neck hump.
I’ll be teaching exercises based on a highly researched technique called CBP the Clinical Biophysics of Posture. This technique is perfect for those with a visible fatty neck hump that has failed to respond to treatment or exercises already tried.
Not only will I cover the 4 specific causes of neck hump, and the 6 most frequently asked questions, but I’ll demonstrate on my own neck, how to perform 7 very specific movements that will get right under the fatty hump to the stiff, achy joints below in ways likely not seen before. I’ll be with you every step of the way!
Who this course is for:
For students 25-55 (only a guide – I have many pupils outside of this range)
Anyone with a visible fatty neck lump
Anyone insecure or embarrassed by their posture
Anyone with visible forward head posture
Anyone hiding their posture with clothing
Not for previous spinal surgery
Not for advanced arthritis
No one with a history of vertebra fracture
No one with osteoporosis
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