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  1. Abductors are essential for stabilizing your hips, knees, low back, and heart

    They are responsible for a range of movements that we do often, such as standing, sitting, and reaching.

    The muscles that are responsible for them are called gluteus major, gluteus minimus, and gluteus minimospinosus. What are gluteal muscles? There are four muscles in the lower back called gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, gluteus minimus …

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  2. How to warm-up your thighs properly

    You must have completed the movement as required below.

    1. Stand with bent legs; make a circular movement with the thighs; the opposite of the movement in 2 – 3 is to lift the knees. 2. The movement of the thigh in a circular movement with the thigh in the vertical position and move …

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  3. Problems of poor posture and how to solve it

    The back is held up by a series of muscles called the interspinalis and the erector spine muscles.

    As you work out more, the spine will adjust itself more, and when it does, you will become more relaxed and be able to move more (while maintaining your posture). It is not just because …

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