Want to get more attention at the gym?
Try these funny-looking trainer-recommended exercises.
By Kate Lowenstein, Photographs by Alex Milligan
Time Out New York / Issue 641 : Jan 10–16, 2008
How to do it: Start with a smile, then suck your cheeks in like a fish. In that position, open and close your lips (just like you did as a kid when you went to the aquarium). Return to a smile, then release. Repeat for ten seconds, and do three or four sets.
What it does: Releases tension, increases oxygen levels and tones muscles in neck, throat, lips and chin—and keeps jowls at bay.
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