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If you suspect your quadratus lumborum muscle is causing your low back pain, here’s what you need to know in order to relieve the pain yourself.
Sciatica hip pain is debilitating. Without warning, a sharp zing of pain shoots down your leg and drops you to the ground. Here’s how to fix this yourself.
By improving your gluteus maximus function, you could get rid of your hip and back pain. Here’s everything you need to know to make this muscle stronger.
Your adductor muscles are commonly known as your inner thighs. Here’s everything you need to know to keep these important muscles strong and healthy.
The rectus abdominis muscle is best known as the 6-pack abs muscle, but it’s not just lovely to look at. This muscle is one of your body’s hardest workers.
If you have ever had low back pain, a potbelly, or difficulty bending to the side or twisting; you need to learn about the external oblique muscles.
I had never heard of hair grooming syncope, but when I learned that my niece made an unexpected trip to the hospital because of it, I started researching.
The internal obliques help us rotate, bend to the side, and bend forward. But, their ability to eliminate back and hip pain is why you’ll love them!
The transverse abdominis is a magical muscle. Keep it healthy, and you will be rewarded with a smaller waistline. Neglect it, and you’ll have back pain.
Having strong abdominal muscles is key to your everyday happiness. Whether you realize it or not, your abdominals are the power behind every move you make.
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