How to strengthen your jaw ?

How to strengthen your jaw ?

There are more than 43 muscles in the face, not including those in the neck. These are muscles that you probably neglect in your daily workouts.
You see what happens to your body after training the hundreds of other neck muscles, so why not put your face muscles to work?

Exercising your facial muscles will make your jawline look more beautiful and youthful, improve your cheekbones and eliminate excess fat in your face (goodbye "baby face").
In addition, it is the key to having a younger face - "Skin starts to deteriorate at 25". So if you don't work these muscles, they will atrophy and literally make your face fall off.

Studies actually show that men who have physical features like a lean facial structure have better health, higher income and are considered more attractive by the opposite sex. But there is a way to beat genetics - and the price of botox, to achieve that chiseled look.

Because the muscles in the face are so small, they will respond more quickly, so do the following workouts with a clean diet, a solid skin care regimen, and a full body workout, and you'll get the physical appearance you're after in a few weeks.

Does this all sound a little feminine? Wrong. Jaw training is dedicated primarily to men. The tongue is your focal point that does all the work to help you train your face in general and your jaw in particular; it's kind of like your abdominal muscle.

Try these exercises 5 to 10 minutes a day, 3 to 5 times a week and you'll soon see the results on your face/jaw look.

To get a square jaw with the help of appliances it's this way:

 

So how do you build up your jaw?

Exercise 1

Instructions:

Pull your lips down to tighten your face, then pull your lips to the right, and close one eye for one second (in a pulsing fashion) ten times. Repeat with the opposite eye.

Targeted muscles:

The muscle around your eye; by squeezing your eyes, you pull the skin, but you don't wrinkle it.

 

Exercise 2

 

Instructions:

With your face clenched (as if you are about to be hit), pucker your lips and move them to the right. Now, with your jaw clenched, say forcefully, "EW Charles." Talking out loud inflames the muscle faster. And be sure not to grind your teeth.

Targeted muscles:

Here you are pulling the muscle under the jaw. When you say "EW Charles", your tongue draws a circle in your mouth and the resistance works the jaw.

 

Exercise 3

Instructions:

Place your tongue on the roof of your mouth (palate), just behind your teeth. Then increase the tension by pressing firmly on your tongue to close the roof of your mouth completely and start making "mh mh mh mh." noises. It is very important to make the humming/vibrating sound when you perform these exercises as they help the muscles.

Targeted muscles:

This will target the sagging under the chin.

 

Exercise 4

Instructions:

With your hands in the shape of a closed peace sign, place your fingernails (not your fingertips) on each forehead and apply pressure to push your eyebrows down. Then, while pushing that skin back, gently push your eyebrows up and down and repeat.

Targeted muscles:

Here you create a weight (the pressure of your nails) to lift your eyes and develop your brow muscle.

 

Jaw Line Workout

The muscles of the face are not fully utilized, especially those around the mouth. Here we offer a number of isotonic exercises that each target the muscles around your jaw. "Make sure the muscles that are not fully trained in each exercise are relaxed. This will prevent headaches and pain.

 

Exercise 1

Instructions:

Clench and hold your teeth together for 3 seconds while using a special mouthguard made by your dentist - not a sports mouthguard.

The soft plastic material on this guard will prevent problems and protect your joints.

Targeted muscles:

The jaw line and the small areas around it.


Exercise 2

Instructions:

Open your mouth and lips together without your teeth touching or showing, then say "OO, EE" with exaggerated movements. You can also make "OO, AH" movements.

Targeted muscles:

This will target the muscles around the mouth, on the sides of the lips, and between the nose and the upper lip.

 

Exercise 3

Instructions:

Place your elbow on a table with your fist under your chin. Then try to open your mouth by applying force with your wrist to create resistance. Hold and release.

Targeted muscles:

Under the chin and in the jaw area.

 

Fresh-face training session

If you perform these exercises for 15 minutes, no more than 3-5 times a week (in addition to using the right skin care products and getting plenty of rest), you will see an improvement within two weeks.

 

Exercise 1

Instructions:

Place your right hand on your collarbone and run your lower lip over your lower teeth. Then, tilt your head back a few inches while using your facial muscles to pull the corners of your mouth back (with your lower lip still hidden.) Hold, then release your head back, with your eyes still raised. Repeat on the other side (left hand on the collarbone.)

Targeted muscles:

The jaw and adjacent muscles.


Exercise 3

Instructions:

Place both thumbs side by side on the tip of your chin, your other fingers under each ear. Next, push your chin into your thumbs to create resistance, then slide your thumbs along the jaw, with medium pressure, just below each ear.

Targeted muscles:

The area around the jaw.

 

Exercise 4

Instructions:

Place the palm of your hand under your chin and, with your mouth closed, stretch your lower jaw as far as possible. Then, apply pressure with the palm of your hand while sliding your hand along the double chin, jaw and side of the face ending at the temples.

Targeted muscles:

The muscles under the chin.


Exercise 5

Instructions:

Place the length of your index finger under your eye, along the upper cheekbones. Then open your mouth as wide as possible, pull your lips over your lower teeth and smile with the corners of your mouth to create a flexion, then release.

Targeted muscles:

Jaw muscles.