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Hey Cliff, as you'll see in the baby back exercise in the seires, we keep a small space above the sacrum. The flattening is at the thoraco-lumbar junction at the base of the rib cage. Stu's curl up accomplishes this same connection as he cues to lift the sternum straight up. We just start with the intention of connecting the back support zone before anything else since it is a prerequisite to all meaningful movement in the developing human. http://jlwxxjt.com [url=http://muuxxrdsb.com]muuxxrdsb[/url] [link=http://sggpmhp.com]sggpmhp[/link]

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Date posted: Dec 01,2015

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