For men and women who want to get rid of their texting neck, fix their posture in order to move, sleep and breathe better

The #1 Muscle That FIXES Ugly Forward Head Posture,

Trouble Sleeping, Text Neck & Back Pain

…All While Diminishing Headaches, Brain Fog & Looking Old

Revealed! How 10 simple exercises will instantly restore

balance to your posture making you physically stronger, mentally sharper and achieve peak performance.

Dear Friend,


You do your best to get results from your workouts… you eat well, you train hard and yet you still feel like you’re falling short of hitting your peak.


Low energy, grogginess, shortage of breath and neck and back pain are just some of the problems you may be suffering from. But why? How does a perfectly healthy, athletic individual who eats well and trains hard STILL suffer?


Let me explain… there’s a problem which no less than 90% of the US population suffers from.

It’s a problem that nobody is tackling, that doctors are failing to diagnose and which poses just as many health risks as obesity…

… and you’re probably suffering from it, too.


It affects nearly everyone, no matter what your age or level of fitness. It’s a problem that originates in just one area of your body but affects your overall health, including your mental as well as your physical state.

It’s forward head posture… also known as texting neck.


You’ve probably seen it yourself, in those guys and girls who are physically active but walk around with a chicken head or giraffe neck.


Instead of a powerful, strong chest, their shoulders are hunched forward, their head droops down and their curved back almost gives them a hump.


It looks weak, unhealthy and unsightly. And it undoes all their hard work.

Your neck is designed to remain vertical, supporting the weight of your skull in a perfect line from the top of your head straight down through your body to your feet.


When you look at yourself in the mirror from the side, your ear, your shoulder and your hips should all be in a straight line down to the floor. If it is unaligned and your ear is in front of your shoulders, it's a sure sign of forward head posture.

You see, the average head weighs 10-12lbs. When your head sits perfectly upon your neck and shoulders, the body naturally adapts to holding this weight.


But if your head is constantly pulled forward, the weight of your head pulls on your neck and puts pressure on your spine.


When your head is pulled forward the additional pressure on your neck, shoulders and back rises dramatically causing serious tissue damage. In fact, every inch your head is thrust forward from its natural position adds another 10 lbs of stress on the neck, shoulders, back and spine.

And the craziest thing is, you probably see
this problem EVERY SINGLE DAY.

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 vertebrae.


Forward head posture doesn’t just leave you looking awkward… No matter how hard you train or how well you eat, unless you start fixing your head posture right now, it may not be possible to reverse the damage already done.


Before I explain why your posture could be killing you, let me introduce myself.

My name is Mike Westerdal and I’m a national best-selling fitness author, sports nutrition specialist, personal trainer, Iron Man magazine contributor and founder of the internet’s longest-standing strength site, CriticalBench.com


Shortly, I’ll explain to you how it’s possible to fix your forward head posture using just 10 really simple movements that instantly improve your posture and increase your strength, energy and vitality.


But first, let me show you the many ways forward head posture is damaging your health and holding you back.


Although few realize they have a posture problem, fewer still realize how many problems are caused by Forward Head Posture.


The most obvious concern is the physical appearance….

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