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How to pump up the press: everything is simple
The abdominal region consists of four muscle groups. The transverse abdominal muscle (transversus abdominis) lies inside, supporting your internal organs. Internal oblique muscles run diagonally from the pelvis to the…

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press in the transverse

How are the abdominal muscles?

When we say that we want to pump up the press, we mean the rectus abdominis muscle. In fact, our press consists of four different muscles: transverse, internal and external oblique, and the actual straight. The transverse abdominal muscle lies inside, under the straight line. Her role is to support the internal organs. It is invisible from the outside, because completely covered with rectus muscle lining the front surface of the abdominal cavity.
The internal oblique abdominal muscles run diagonally between the sternum and pelvis. External – lie above them, responsible for bending and turning the body, as well as the body tilts to the sides. Continue reading

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