This SMR exercise addresses the sternocleidomastoid, one of the many muscles that runs along the side of your neck and is attached to your sternum & clavicle in the front of your body and your skull just behind your ear.
You will notice a number of issues that this muscle influences.
The most important issue this muscle can cause is poor neck posture.
If you can't easily lie flat on your back with your head and shoulders on the floor and your chin close to your chest, then this exercise is for you!
The Neck Press and Scalene Press techniques are natural compliments to this SMR exercise, so do them together.
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