The third online video course by Ms. Yoshiko Mamada, a facial muscle researcher, is a facial muscle training “chin step” that eliminates double chin and neck wrinkles. Stretch your neck for 5 minutes a day, move your body and train the muscles around your neck to get your face line in order.
Table of contents
- Profile of Yoshiko Mamada
- Double chin and neck wrinkles are caused by poor posture and muscle weakness under the chin
- Double chin, neck wrinkle elimination “chin step” method
- Point of facial muscle training “chin step” movement
- How to do facial muscle training “chin step” with video
Profile of Yoshiko Mamada
Facial muscle researcher. facial muscle trainer. Born in 1972. He gives about 200 “Face Yoga” lectures throughout the country every year, and is a hot topic on TV and other media. Currently, we are advocating core face training that moves facial muscles. He is the Tango Dance World Championship Asian Games Stage Division Champion (2010). He has authored many books such as “While face yoga” (published by Shufu to Seikatsusha) and “Yoshiko Mamada’s V-shape yoga with face yoga” (Pia Mook).
Double chin and neck wrinkles are caused by poor posture and muscle weakness under the chin
The neck is said to be the place where you can’t hide your age. Recently, many people have started to worry about double chins and neck wrinkles.
Poor posture is one of the causes of double chins and neck wrinkles.
If you have bad posture, your head will be pushed forward. As a result, the muscles under the chin will not be used, and waste products and excess meat will accumulate under the elongated neck. And the face line collapses.
The “chin step” I’m going to teach you now is a training that trains the platysma and sternocleidomastoid muscles, which are the muscles under the chin and around the neck.
By stretching the neck firmly and training the neck from the chin down, a constriction is created under the chin.
Double chin, neck wrinkle elimination “chin step” method
If you take a close-up photo of your smiling face before you start, you can check the change in your face after a week and feel the effect.
This movement is done standing up. First, correct your posture and create a single axis for your head, face, and body.
Keep your mouth shut. Try not to clench your teeth when doing this.
Raise your chin up and stretch the bottom of your chin. Be careful not to open your mouth when doing this.
Pull the chin while keeping the muscles under the chin, sternocleidomastoid, and platysma tense.
These movements of raising and lowering the jaw are repeated to the nursery rhyme “Amefuri”.
Extend your arms like a penguin, with your palms facing the ground. Reaching out creates tension with the neck muscles, deepening the stretch.
“Ame-ame-furefure-mom, I’m so happy to welcome you at Janome, Pichi-Pichi, chapu-chap, run-run-run♪”
Move your chin up and down, swing your arms and step on your feet in time with the rhythm.
* If you tend to hurt your neck, do it with a nodding image.
Point of facial muscle training “chin step” movement
The point of this move is to keep your back straight and your neck as if you were a ballerina. Be careful not to strain the muscles under your chin if you hunched over and your neck sticks out.