Abdominal: Give a Name

We are back with the week of the abdominals: today we are going to summarize briefly what are the abdominal muscles, where where go and its main functions.

< li > < strong > </strong > abdomen earlier straight: Yes, it is that everyone wants to bring out. From the pubis to the ribs this muscle covers the front of the abdomen and is known for “the chocolate bar”. On the other hand, its basic function is to Flex trunk. < /li > < li > < strong > </strong > external oblique: will the latest 8 ribs to iliac Crest (for its outermost part). Helps the rectum anterior flexion of trunk and is one of the major muscles in flexion of the trunk towards the same side or the so-called rotations of column, in this case, to the opposite side < /li > < li > < strong > </strong > internal Obliculo: similar to the external but its fibers are arranged in the opposite direction and only up to the last 3 ribs and the lower part to the alba line. In this case perform inclinations and rotations (as well as the outside) but in both cases to the same side, that is, if you get the right internal oblique, the rotation will be towards the same right. < /li > < li > < strong > </strong > abdominal transverse: the deepest of them, has a form of strip what for the lumbar area (where it originated) up underneath the abdominal muscles in the so-called arc Douglas. It has a clear function of fixation of the viscera and various functions of the organism as coughing, defecation, etc. < / li & gt;

In addition, also we have to name within the same group to the iliac Psoas or flexor of the hip that, despite not being directly part of the abdominals, if it is very important in many of these contractions (mostly the flexion of trunk and hip to some degree of tilt).

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