Our expert says:
To answer the first one:
Sure, I agree with you. Obviously, there will come a point where you can overdo it, but the ab muscles do a slightly different, stabilizing job from the other muscles, and so they're probably more adapted to continuous exercise. So yes, i think you can probably get away with that every night. You'd have to just monitor it, because you can fatigue the muscles, and then training them might cause problems. But I think it's ok.
To answer the second one:
I'd be very cautious. I think it would aggravate it, possibly even very badly. I doubt there are studies of this, but the theoretcial rationale says that you should avoid impact, and the vibration of tissues and bones would be equivalent to a lot of impact, so I'd be careful. Avoid it until you know the fracture is a thing of the past.
I'd be lying if I told you I knew the cost of an MRI. I seem to recall it was between 500 and 800. You get smaller machines
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