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Old 08-02-2005, 05:54 PM   #1
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Hi Linebacker01,

Here is one for you


First, check the thickness of your cheek by pinching the cheek; thumb in mouth / index outside... make a mental note.

Do this exercise for one week. After a week, check the thickness again.
This is the best pre-competition exercise when cutting the fat.


CHEEK PRESS – ADV pg.110

Target Area: Lower cheek area
Purpose: Firms and fills hollow of cheeks

Exercise:

Place your left thumb inside your mouth against the center of your right cheek. Pull the cheek away from teeth and hold. Contract the muscle by trying to draw cheek back to teeth. Repeat on other side.

Hold for a count of 6. Repeat 10 times.

Note: in time as your cheek becomes stronger, you may want to support the thumb by locking index finger of opposite hand behind thumb.

Muscles Used: Buccinator

Function: Draws cheek to teeth

Copyright material: Consent given by FlexEffect

Again, give it all ya got every day for a week. You'll be shocked at the change in thickness
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Old 08-02-2005, 05:59 PM   #2
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interesting, ive never seen any cheek exercises on this board.
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interesting, ive never seen any cheek exercises on this board.
Well it's about time You know you're trying it LOLOL

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im making a sacrifice for the sake of the board....im testing it out maybe just to see if it really does work. makes me curious lol
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Old 08-02-2005, 06:38 PM   #5
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im making a sacrifice for the sake of the board
oh how you suffer :(

let me know what you think... and anyway, do it for the rest of your life. No sense letting it go (sag) if you don’t have to
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lol does creatine help that muscle.
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probably lol ive never heard of cheek exercises though, but i guess its one of those tricks included in some peoples pre comp schedule
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Im actually gonna try though im curious to see if it works.
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Hi Linebacker01,

Here is one for you


First, check the thickness of your cheek by pinching the cheek; thumb in mouth / index outside... make a mental note.

Do this exercise for one week. After a week, check the thickness again.
This is the best pre-competition exercise when cutting the fat.


CHEEK PRESS – ADV pg.110

Target Area: Lower cheek area
Purpose: Firms and fills hollow of cheeks

Exercise:

Place your left thumb inside your mouth against the center of your right cheek. Pull the cheek away from teeth and hold. Contract the muscle by trying to draw cheek back to teeth. Repeat on other side.

Hold for a count of 6. Repeat 10 times.

Note: in time as your cheek becomes stronger, you may want to support the thumb by locking index finger of opposite hand behind thumb.

Muscles Used: Buccinator

Function: Draws cheek to teeth

Copyright material: Consent given by FlexEffect

Again, give it all ya got every day for a week. You'll be shocked at the change in thickness

Why is This one for me :( ...
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Your cheeks are least firmest.
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