There’s no need to wear a mask to perform your own facial fitness routines.
Here are the essential exercises that will get you into the zone.
Face Lift and Tuck In This is the best facial lift and tuck in you can do, and it takes a minimum of 20 minutes to do.
To begin, lay on a hard mat, but don’t be too heavy.
You can add a few weights to make it a little easier.
Face down on the mat, bend your neck to your left and lift your chin up.
Repeat until you can lift your left eye up and then your right eye up.
Keep lifting your chin to your right and then left eye down.
The closer you get to the edge of the mat the higher you can go. 2.
Face Up and Face Down This is another exercise that involves your chin, but this time it’s for your right hand.
Hold a pair of your fingers behind your ear and lift them as high as you can.
This is a great exercise for kids, and adults can do it with a little practice.
Start by lifting your fingers to your chin as high up as you’re comfortable.
Then, slowly lower your fingers down as your chin is still higher.
Do this for about five to 10 seconds and then let go of your fingertips.
This should make your left hand look like a little fish with a big belly.
Face Grab and Face Lift This is also a great face lift exercise.
Start with your chin slightly down, then lift your upper right arm and hand.
Grab your left elbow and bend your wrist slightly in the process.
This will make it look like you’re trying to grab something with your left arm.
Do it for five to ten seconds.
Then hold your left thumb over your right thumb and pull the arm back toward you.
Repeat for about 15 to 20 seconds.
If you can hold the position for longer, try using your right arm to grab a tennis ball.
Face Push-up This exercise can be done with either a dumbbell or barbell, depending on how heavy you want it to be.
This exercise should feel like a push-up if done correctly.
Start at your shoulders and bend down until you reach your elbows.
Now, slowly bring your arms up into a pushup position.
Keep your right elbow on the bar, but bend it to your side and pull your elbow up toward you as you lift your chest up.
Then gently pull your left knee toward you and push your left foot down toward your right thigh.
Repeat this motion for 30 to 60 seconds.
You should feel a stretch in your left shoulder.
This stretch will help you keep your upper body in a good position while your torso is working to keep your back straight.
Face Stretch and Face Pushups This is an excellent face stretch exercise that will stretch your shoulders as well as your torso.
Start in a kneeling position with your feet shoulder-width apart and your hands hanging straight down.
Begin with a few breaths, but do not let your breath get in your face.
Just get as close as possible.
Next, bring your chin toward your chest, then push your chest back toward your arms.
You’re looking for a stretch that feels like your right shoulder is moving forward, which is why it’s so important to keep a steady chin position while you stretch.
Then lower your chest and hold it there for a few seconds.
Repeat with your arms and legs.
Continue doing this exercise for about three to five seconds.
Face Jump and Face Bend This is probably the best face jump exercise you can perform.
Start slowly with your shoulders, but then slowly raise them to your chest.
Keep lowering your chest until you get close to your head.
This means that you should be lifting your head up with your upper torso.
Try to do this for at least five to seven seconds.
After you have a few repetitions, keep lowering your head down.
Hold this position for a couple of seconds, then lower your head and repeat for another two seconds.
Face Stiff-Arm Jump This is one of the best exercises for strengthening your arms by using your arms to strengthen your core.
Start out with your legs bent at 90 degrees and your arms locked out to your sides.
You’ll have to work on this one for a bit.
Just keep your elbows bent and your upper arms locked, then bring your hips back and push yourself up onto the mat.
Do the same thing with your lower arms.
This move is great for strengthening all of your core muscles, especially your shoulders.
Face Curl and Face Twist This is like a curl-and-twist exercise, except instead of being done with your elbows locked out, you have to curl your lower torso.
Do as many twists as you like.
If your elbows are in the air, try to curl the arms toward your sides and then back to the ground.
Repeat the process for five more twists, and