Abdominal strains are common injuries among athletes and typically occur with sudden twisting (such as swinging a bat) or sudden hyperextension of the spine (such as during dynamic gymnastics movements). Your abs work to support your body when you walk, keep your posture while sitting, stabilize you when you bend down, and even when you cough or laugh. A strained abdominal may hurt as you do basic motions such as walking or turning your body. If you have strained your abs, it is important to limit motion and wear a brace around your abs and back to help support your body. This will help minimize the amount of work your abs need to do.
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