Do you hold stress and tension in your neck and shoulders? Do you struggle to turn your head because your muscles are so tight? If so, welcome to the world’s worst club.
The good news is, the Chirp Wheel can relieve that tension and have you turning your head like a runway model in no time.
The Chirp Wheel is well known for relieving back pain (32,000+ reviews to prove it), but did you know that it can be just as effective at relieving the tension in your neck and shoulders?
Here are 3 simple ways you can use the Chirp Wheel to loosen up your neck and shoulders:
1. Roll Out
Rolling out on the Chirp Wheel regularly can help relieve muscle tension throughout your back, neck, and shoulders. Start out with the our biggest wheel and work your way down to the smaller wheels. Each wheel has ½” thick compression-sensitive padding that is comfortable for your back. They also feature a spinal canal; a groove in the center of the wheel to keep your spine safe from unwanted pressure and helps provide you with a 4-way stretch to dig deeper into the muscles surrounding your spine.
2. Rest Your Neck
Lie on your back and place the 4” or 6” wheel under your neck. Relax in this position or move your head back and forth for a massage. This may seem like a ridiculously simple way to use the wheel (and you’re right), but it also feels ridiculously good. Don’t knock it ’til you try it.
3. Posture Support
Poor posture is one of the most common causes of tension in your neck and shoulders. Using the 4“ or 6” wheel in the small of your back while sitting in a chair at your desk can help reduce that pain and train you to practice better posture. You can also keep the wheels with you at work and roll out whenever you feel tension in your neck and shoulders or back. Bonus points if you get your coworkers to roll out, too.
Try these 3 moves next time you feel that tension start to build up in your neck and shoulders, and I guarantee you’ll feel the difference. But don’t just take my word for it, read the thousands of reviews from people who use the Chirp Wheel just like I do: