• December 5, 2016

Avoiding workout injuries

Orthopedic surgeon Hooman Melamed demonstrates crunches at Spectrum in Santa Monica, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013. Flatter abs take effort, but the wrong effort won't help and could cause injury. First, don't strain your neck by jerking upward with your hands clasped behind your neck. That movement can also torque the back and tear tissue, Melamed said.

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