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Exercises for the press for beginners at home from the master of his craft Jordan Yeoh

Six pack abdominal training for beginner

The abdomen has its own muscles, which together with the tendons form the abdominal wall. The combination of the muscles of the abdominal wall involved in the regulation of intra-abdominal pressure, the implementation of acts of defecation, cough, etc., is called the abdominals (prelum abdominale (Latin)).

The abdominal wall restricts the contents of the abdomen. In the literature, various variants of the anatomical separation of the abdominal wall are noted, the simplest is the division into the upper, posterior, lateral, and anterior abdominal walls. On the sides of the abdominal wall form three muscles - external oblique, internal oblique and transverse. Muscle bundles of the external and internal oblique muscles are perpendicular to each other, the bundles of the transverse abdominal muscles are directed horizontally. The anterior abdominal wall is formed by the rectus abdominis muscle and the pyramidal muscle, the posterior muscle is the quadrate muscle of the loin.

Training the abdominal muscles is useful for improving the functioning of the abdominals as a whole, and for progress in sports, reducing back pain, resistance to blows to the stomach and improving the appearance of a person. It is also useful to swing the press for children and adults.

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Six pack abdominal training for beginner

Six pack abdominal training for beginner
Six pack abdominal training for beginner

By jordan yeoh