Translation for 'abdominals' from English to Italian
NOUN   an abdominal | abdominals
addominali {}abdominals
muscoli {} addominali
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Translation for 'abdominals' from English to Italian

addominali {}

muscoli {} addominalianat.
Usage Examples English
  • The knee raise exercise will work the lower abdominals, and can also work the obliques (see abdominal external oblique muscle and abdominal internal oblique muscle) if one twists the torso during the exercise.
  • In December 2011, Mitcham returned from an abdominals injury to win the Australian 10-metre platform with 480.05 points putting his Olympic dreams back on track.
  • A simple exercise used to strengthen the abdominals (rectus abdominis, internal/external obliques, and transverse abdominis) is using the isometric or “static” hold known as the plank.
  • The equipment is mainly used for the lower back, but can also target the gluteal muscles, hamstring and abdominals.
  • An athlete who is classed as T53 has restricted movement in their abdominals.

  • The transverse abdominals wrap around the spine and function as a compression corset.
  • The reflex is impaired in the person whose abdominals and respiratory muscles are weak.
  • All front-facing muscles should be showcased since the contestant forces their hands together at the same time as contracting the pectorals, obliques, anterior deltoids, biceps, forearms and abdominals.
  • There are multiple ways to work on our abdominals but here are various abdominal exercises someone can do that are effective.
  • Advantages to neck weights and more upper-body-centric weighted vests is that they allow easier spinal flexion (contracting abdominals or stretching extensor spinae) and extension (contracting extensor spinae, stretching abdominals).

  • During group comparisons competitors will be directed through a series of poses that can consist of any of the following: quarter turns, front or rear double biceps with open hands, left or right-side chest with front leg and arms extended, left or right-side triceps with front leg extended, hands over head abdominals.
  • The mainstays since inception included high and low-impact, legs, abdominals, body toning.
  • The rectus abdominals' function is to bend one's back forward (flexion).
  • The deadlift is a very effective compound exercise for strengthening the lower back, but also exercises many other major muscle groups, including quads, hamstrings and abdominals.
  • In a crunch, unlike a sit-up, the lower back stays on the floor. This is said to eliminate any involvement by the hip flexors, and make the crunch an effective isolation exercise for the abdominals.

  • Emphasis is placed on developing flexibility and strengthening the legs, feet, and body core (the "center", or abdominals) as a strong core is essential for turns and many other ballet movements.
  • The solution to that problem involves tightening the core (abdominals and back muscles).
  • A sidekick is performed by first chambering the kicking leg diagonally across the body, then extending the leg in a linear fashion toward the target, while flexing the abdominals.
  • The repeated motions are designed to tone hips, thighs, glutes, and abdominals through traditional Middle-Eastern belly-dance movements.
  • The "Los Angeles Times" noted that "they won't make the exercise any easier and they won't magically "firm both upper and lower abdominals," as the box claims."

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