Bodybuilding Back Injury During Exercise

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Back Injury - Injury During Exercise

The human back is the large posterior section of the human body, rising from the top of the buttocks to the back of the neck and the shoulders.

The vertebral column or the spine defines the height of the back, with the breadth supported by the ribcage and shoulders.

For all the obvious reasons, the human back has physiological importance, which can be impaired by back injury.

Aside from working on the rectus abdominis, crunches are known as super isolation exercises for the intercostals.

This is every way an exercise to get abs, basically performed while lying face up on the floor with knees bent and curling the shoulders up towards the pelvis.

Your hands may be placed behind the head for support, but caution should be heeded as not to pull on the neck.

As an alternative, the hands may be placed on the shoulders, with the forearms crossed over the chest.


An upper abs exercise, the crunch is different from the sit-up in that the lower back never leaves the floor upon ascent. Through this, the hip flexors are not involved in the activity, effectively isolating the abdominals in turn.

That begs to differ though - crunches have been criticized, for the participation of the hip flexors are not in fact reduced.

When the tension spreads from the abdominals to the hip flexors, the tension of the hip flexors reduces the workload on the rectus abdominis.

As an exercise to build abs, the crunch has many variants including the use of an abs exercise equipment, the crunch machine.

Lying on a decline bench or holding a weight on the chest can augment to the challenge of a crunch.

Here’s how to execute this six pack abs exercise. First, lie flat on your back and place your calves on a flat bench seat.

Your hamstrings should be perpendicular to the floor and knees are bent at a 90-degree angle. Position your hands as support behind your head, with fingers interlaced together.

Simultaneously, pull your hips from the floor using your lower abdominal muscles and raise your shoulders and back from the floor using your upper abdominal muscles.

While doing such, compel your shoulders to move toward your hips.

Sustain the contracted position for a slow count of 1-3 seconds.

Shoulders must come up off the floor only around four inches high.

The lower back should remain at all times on the floor.

Movement is paced slow, controlled.

This exercise for abs is also good for women who want to get flat abs.


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