Facial Muscle

See Facial Muscles in Motion

(1) Click on the BANNER to the right
(2) Click the word  APPLICATION


ARTATOMY - Muscle in Motion

Acknowledgment with special thanks is extended to the author of  Artnatomy 'Victoria Contreras Flores'


HOW you exercise facial muscle will decide your level of success. And, there are as many ways to exercise facial muscle as there are facial exercise programs.

FlexEffect Facialbuilding
® Vs. Facial Exercise:

The majority of facial exercise programs today are either toning exercises (Isotonic - no use of hands) or the simple anchoring (hold in place) of muscle for resistance.  FlexEffect Facialbuilding® calls for legitimate bodybuilding resistance; hence the name Facialbuilding®.This type of facial muscle training calls for elongating the muscle before you contract it, giving you what is known as a concentric contraction*,  more importantly, Facialbuilding® uses eccentric contractions* commonly known as negative-phase training. This particular type of contraction renders huge results. These two types of muscle contractions offer maximum effort in building muscle.

FlexEffect Facialbluilding
® is 'an extention of bodybuilding' so not unlike bodybuilding, it addresses far more than the mere building of facial muscle. Facialbuilding® also targets what is probably the most aging phenomenon of all ... facial bone-atrophy and loss of collagen and elastin.

Jolting and Pressure Reps were developed by FlexEffect for Bone Remodeling and Cross Stretching for Skin Remodeling.

Visit: Facialbuilding® for more in depth information regarding training.

Visit: our Product page to see what is included in the FlexEffect Facialbuilding® complete program.

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*eccentric contraction:  When the resistance is greater than the force generated by the muscle i.e., the individual fibers of the muscle contract but the force (pull) is so great the muscle actually lengthens.

*concentric  contraction:  When the force of the muscle contracting is stronger than the applied resistance