How to do the chin retractions stretch

Instructions for chin retractions:

From a sitting or standing position with your shoulders relaxed, slowly draw your chin straight backwards without tilting your head up or down.
If you find this movement difficult, you can use your fingers to help gently guide your chin and neck backward, aiming for 70-80%% of your full range of motion.

What does chin retractions help with?

Flexibility

What areas does chin retractions exercise?

Neck

How is chin retractions performed?

Standing

When should you avoid chin retractions?

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