Abdominal Exercise Vs. Hip Flexor Workout- abs and Lower back pain

See the links below for true ab workouts- There are many “ab” workouts that I do not recommend until you have a strong core! Like raises- Leg raises are one …
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22 thoughts on “Abdominal Exercise Vs. Hip Flexor Workout- abs and Lower back pain”

  1. MAN YALL R WEEK. IN DA MORNIN I GOT SO MUCH TEST OST ROAN MY TEETH BLEED
    FROM BRUSHIN EM SO HAM

  2. Hey strength project do you have any exercises to strengthen lower back and
    alleviate the pain?

  3. it’s good to do some exercises to extend the legs behind you in order to
    balance out the flexor work.

  4. Any advice on how to deal with problems caused by over pronation if you
    have ‘flat feet’?

  5. when i do leg raises i put my hand between floor and the lower back and i
    have no lower back pain…(works for me)

  6. This video is totally new to me, i already wondered why I felt my back.
    This is maybe one part.

  7. Strength Project

    Yes, pelvic tilt exercises are great! More on that will for sure be covered
    =)

  8. Thanks, hadn’t really thought about how overworking hip flexors could
    result in lower back pain. Having some disc problems, that is really handy
    to know.

  9. Yeah, explain everything about backpain and how to prevent it… I was
    doing ur home-leg workout u put up recently, and after fluffer-kicks
    (however u call it :D) i felt nasty lower back pain.

  10. 0:00 “wasupuguysthisstrengthprojectihopeuguysaredoinggood” Anyways, thanks
    for the video 🙂

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