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10Hip flexors is the longest muscle in the body and the only muscle that connects the upper body and lower body, also known as the <b>psoas (pronounced so-az).</b><br />
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12Your psoas...<br />
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14&hellip;stabilize your trunk and spine during movement and sitting<br />
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16&hellip;allow you to bend your hips and legs towards your chest<br />
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18&hellip;support your internal organs<br />
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20&hellip;is connected to your diaphragm which allows you to walk and breathe.<br />
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22In other words, your psoas has a direct influence on your fight or flight response!<br />
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24If the psoas get tight and weak, it can be a real pain but working certain muscles and doing the certain exercise combinations provide <a href="http://coolable.co/ygG2iHbCUediohplnUPs4UjyGaXsgerTSNV4wodKHGVu06ZZsw" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><b>easy fixes.</b></a><br />
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36You need to start undoing some of the damage done to your body and start helping the body to naturally heal itself.<br />
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40To your better health,<br />
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42<b style="font-family: cursive;">Rosenthal</b></p>
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49<div style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:5px;">vic utilities The prime responsibilities of the civic body are to ensure cleanliness and sanitation in the city, illumination of street lights, maintenance of parks, and sewerage disposal. The city has both brick and pipe sewers laid in four phases. In September 2020, the civic body announced that it would upgrade and renew the 50-year-old sewerage system. The pilot project for the 24x7 water supply is expected to begin in Chandigarh in May 2021, which was initially to start in September 2020 and end in March 2022. On 8 April 2021, the Chandigarh Smart City Ltd (CSCL) opened the bid by the joint venture firm between SB Engineering and Tap Presstressed Pvt Ltd that quoted a value lower than the reserved price of ?162 crore. The CSCL board is yet to take the final decision. Economy Farmers&#39; Market in Chandigarh Chandigarh has been rated as one of the &quot;Wealthiest Towns&quot; of India. The Reserve Bank of India ranked Chandigarh as the third-largest deposit centre and seventh largest credit centre nationwide as of June 2012. With a per capita income of ?99,262, Chandigarh is one of the richest cities in India. Chandigarh&#39;s gross state domestic product for 2014&ndash;15 is estimated at ?0.29 trillion (short scale) (US$4.3 billion) at current prices. According to a 2014 survey, Chandigarh is ranked 4th in the top 50 cities identified globally as &quot;emerging outsourcing and IT services destinations&quot; ahead of cities like Beijing. Employment The government is a major employer in Chandigarh with three governments having their base here i.e. Chandigarh Administration, Punjab government and Haryana government. A significant percentage of Chandigarh&#39;s population, therefore, consists of people who are either working for one of these governments or have retired from government service mainly armed forces. For this reason, Chandigarh is often called a &quot;Pensioner&#39;s Paradise&quot;. Ordnance Cable Factory of the Ordnance Factories Board has been set up by the government of India. There are about 15 medium to large industries including two in the public sector. In addition, Chandigarh has over 2,500 units registered under the small-scale sector. The important industries are paper manufacturing, basic metals and alloys, and machinery. Other industries are relating to food products, sanitary ware, auto parts, machine tools, pharmaceuticals, and electrical appliances. The main occupation here is trade and business. However, the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), the availability of an IT Park, and more than a hundred government schools provide job opportunities to people. Four major trade promotion organisations have their offices in Chandigarh. These are The Associated Chambers of Commerce &amp; Industry, ASSOCHAM India in Sector 8, Chandigarh, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce &amp; Industry, (FICCI) the PhD Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) which has its regional headquarters at Sector 31, Chandigarh. Chandigarh IT Park (also known as Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park) is the city&#39;s attempt to break into the information technology world. Chandigarh&#39;s infrastructure, proximity to Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, and Himachal Pradesh, and the IT talent pool attracts IT businesses looking for office space in the area. Major Indian firms and multinational corporations like Quark, Infosys, EVRY, Dell, IBM, TechMahindra, Airtel, Amadeus IT Group, DLF have set up base in the city and its suburbs. The work of the Chandigarh Metro was earlier slated to start by the year 2019. It was opposed by the Member of Parliament from Chandigarh, Kirron Kher. With an estimated cost of around ?109 billion including 50% funds from the governments of Punjab and Haryana and 25% from Chandigarh and government of India, funds from the Japanese government were proposed to include approximately 56% of the cost. However, the project was turned down owing to its non-feasibility. Kher promised a film city for Chandigarh. After winning the seat, she said that she had difficulty in acquiring land in Chandigarh. Her proposal was accepted by the Chandigarh Administration and the film city is proposed to be set up in Sarangpur, Chandigarh. This has been considered as a source of employment in the future. Cultu</div>
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