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Aug 28, · Face Exercises. Mouth exercises engage your facial muscles to help prevent snoring. These exercises can be done several times per day. Face Exercise #1: Cheek Hook Use a hooked finger to lightly pull your right check outward, and then use your facial muscles to pull your cheek back inward. Repeat 10 times on each side. The upcoming ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 10th edition, will provide updated and expanded information on the new ACSM exercise preparticipation health screening process and recommendations. The Exercise Preparticipation Health Screening Roundtable was generously supported by the ACSM.