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Okay - you're asking a challenging question, without diagnosis etc. it's hard to answer, regardless I'll give it a shot: Let's get you a solid core first: hollow body hold, planks (back, front and side), L-Raise progression (aiming for straddle raises for hip and lumbar stability) Let's open up your hips & associated connectives: Seated Cross Legged ...


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I would definitely start doing a lot of leg and lower body engaged abdominal workouts. These workouts will obviously target your lower abs. The key of trying to support your back at the same time with long lasting contraction would be more associated with the sets and reps you're choosing to execute. In my experience of training my lower abdomen, I've found ...



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