Neck & Jowl Lift through Facialbluilding

Addressing neck and jowl drape calls for more than an exercise per area. A lot more! Building muscle is important but you also need to work on bone modeling (Boneflex) and skin remodeling (Cross Stretching). Without all three components of training, you are wasting your time.

 

Deborah Crowley Age 65 Founder of FlexEffect Facialbuilding

Deborah Crowley Age 65 Founder of FlexEffect Facialbuilding


 

Cathy Before FlexEffect

Cathy Before FlexEffect

Cathy After FlexEffect

Cathy After FlexEffect

Before FlexEffect

Tina Before FlexEffect

Tina After FlexEffect

Tina After FlexEffect

Resistance Training for the neck is used not only to thicken the sterno muscles and smoothing much of the crapelike skin but also to strengthen the muscles which will lift and elongate the neck, alleviating drape and giving a more youthful appearance.

Cross stretching for skin remodeling is a form of training that breaks down old connective tissue and weakened elastin. This training forces wound repair. Therefore, the tissue remodels (rebuilds) itself to come back in thick and smooth. The neck responds beautifully to cross stretching.

BoneFlex Modeling is done to increase bone density; for example, If your goal is to target jowls you will perform Boneflex at the upper part of the check (Zagomatic / Malor) and at the jawline (Mandible). This training aids in thickening the bone lifting the jowls and sharpening the jawline all of which enhances the look of the neck.

Combining the three methods above will allow you to tailor your training to meet your personal needs, guaranteeing the best results possible. Learn all three methods within the FlexEffect Program!