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physiowarzish
Tue Oct 11 2016, 09:52AM
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Abdominal muscle strain is a stretch or tear of the abdominal wall musculature. The abdominal wall musculature includes rectus abdominus, internal/external obliques, and transverse abdominus. It is a result of an abrupt movement of the trunk like lifting or twisting or even hard coughing or sneezing.

Sometimes the injury is subacute caused by repetitive activity muscles like from doing lots of sit-ups or crunches.

It is seen in runners, as the abdominal muscles are used for pelvic stabilization or Sports with repetitive trunk rotation have higher rates like soccer, tennis, ice hockey, gymnastics, pole vault at times Attributed to weight training and abdominal workouts as well.

Risk Factors include poor conditioning of abdominal musculature or deficits in core strength, earlier abdominal wall muscle strain or tear or poor weight training or conditioning techniques

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Mon May 08 2017, 01:01AM
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Hey Hii, I have read your post here you have explain good points on Abdominal muscle

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