Isolating the gluteus medius (a small and hard-to-train muscle located above the gluteus maximus, just below the lower back) can improve your alignment and reduce back and knee pain. According to researchers at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, a weak gluteus medius can aggravate these common problem areas.|
Action Sparked: According to the study's author, Jennifer Earl, Ph.D., a cable hip abduction targets this muscle. (You can use either a cable cross machine or a low-wall/door mounted resistance band.)
Article created on: 9/12/2006
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