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Pertaining to the erector spinae or spinal erectors, a set of muscles that straighten and rotate the back.

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Planks! As long as you have proper form they are very good at building strength for your core without having to do crunches.
answered Apr 17 '13 by BryceH
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Your hamstrings attach on your Ischial Tuberosity (your "sit bones", like when you tell someone they have a boney butt if they sit in your lap). Your Erector Spinae muscles are a group of muscles tha …
answered Dec 23 '12 by BryceH
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I made a quick reference here to look at nerve innervation originating below L5. Your abs should not give out due to the degradation and a loss of innervation. If the degradation was causing the probl …
answered Feb 27 '13 by BryceH
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Hyperkyphosis - hunched back-, due to muscle imbalance, is normally caused by weak mid back muscles (rhomboids, part of traps, levator scap, etc.) and tight pectoral muscles. This is common in high s …
answered Nov 7 '12 by BryceH