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  1. Tessa_995

    Love those lacy leggings!

  2. Beena540

    As you mentioned Internal oblique dominance will show flared ribs,I would like to know how an external oblique dominance would present?

  3. JenniferGianni

    Hi Beena,
    Thanks for writing in! Great question. We see this over dominance in the external obliques as a clamping down in the ribcage. We don’t see much movement in the ribcage as one breathes. These folks also don’t have very good rotation in their thoracic spines.
    Alot of us are a combination of dominance side to side especially if we have something like Scoliosis. However, when efforting ( like going into an Ab curl) many will choose one or the other as a habitual strategy.