The abdominals, or rectus abdominus, is actually all one muscle group that forms an “eight-pack” in the midriff area. However, often instructors and trainers refer to the bottom section as the “lower abs” to keep it simple, when showing routines for this stubborn, hard-to-target area. You can isolate the lower portions of the rectus abdominus to a certain degree; still, the rest of the core muscles jump in to act as helper muscles, stabilizing or fixating the working parts.
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