Abdominal Introduction

There are only four major abdominal muscles, but this muscle quartet is one of the most vital in your body. Those abs including the upper and lower abdominals and oblique muscles on either side of your abdomen-support the rest of your torso and lower back. Abdominal muscles also help us move our legs and shift our hips. When you swing a bat, heft a box, kick a ball or shift your weight for more power, your abdominals are doing some of the work. The weaker your abdominals the more you lend yourself out to injuries.

 

 

    

          
           
                           

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