Leg raises are a traditional abdominal
exercise that has fallen out of favor with many exercise physiologists.
The reason is that the abdominals don't attach to the legs, so raising
and lowering your legs works them only indirectly, as stabilizers.
The muscles that raise and lower the legs
are the iliopsoas muscles (hip flexors) that run from the lower back
across the top of the pelvis and attach to the upper leg.
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