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Muscles of inversion and eversion

Muscles of inversion and eversion

E.O. I.O. TVA, R.A., When these muscles can contract effectively, they can stabilize, control, move, and steer you in any potential direction. When these contractions are combined with your intra-abdominal and intra-thoracic contents, your trunk can become a pretty stiff structure. #getyourbodyright #externaloblique #internaloblique #transversusabdominis #rectusabdominis #tva #core

E.O. I.O. TVA, R.A., When these muscles can contract effectively, they can stabilize, control, move, and steer you in any potential direction. When these contractions are combined with your intra-abdominal and intra-thoracic contents, your trunk can become a pretty stiff structure. #getyourbodyright #externaloblique #internaloblique #transversusabdominis #rectusabdominis #tva #core

Related Pictures anterior and posterior views of the human body ...

Related Pictures anterior and posterior views of the human body ...

The posterior diaphragm is rooted into three structures: 1) the crura, which blend from the aortic arch into the anterior longtudinal ligament along the front of the lumbar vertebrae, 2) the psoas major (and, if present, the minor) which reaches down from each diaphragmatic dome to the lesser trochanter of the femur, and 3) the quadratus lumborum rooted down to the iliac crest and iliolumbar ligament (and in fascial terms beyond into the iliacus and iliac fascia).

The posterior diaphragm is rooted into three structures: 1) the crura, which blend from the aortic arch into the anterior longtudinal ligament along the front of the lumbar vertebrae, 2) the psoas major (and, if present, the minor) which reaches down from each diaphragmatic dome to the lesser trochanter of the femur, and 3) the quadratus lumborum rooted down to the iliac crest and iliolumbar ligament (and in fascial terms beyond into the iliacus and iliac fascia).

Practice Tips for the SI Joints - Yoga Journal

Practice Tips for the SI Joints - Yoga Journal

Consistent features of beautiful buttocks: (1) Lateral depression, formed by the lateral border of the gluteus maximus, and quadratus femoris. 2  Infragluteal fold, created by the ischial tuberosity, the insertions of the semitendinous muscle and long belly of the biceps femoris, and the lower border of the gluteus maximus, (3) Supragluteal fossettes 4 gluteal crease

Consistent features of beautiful buttocks: (1) Lateral depression, formed by the lateral border of the gluteus maximus, and quadratus femoris. 2 Infragluteal fold, created by the ischial tuberosity, the insertions of the semitendinous muscle and long belly of the biceps femoris, and the lower border of the gluteus maximus, (3) Supragluteal fossettes 4 gluteal crease

The complexity of the Achilles tendon. There are two distinct "parts" of the tendon that correlate to the two heads of the gastrocnemius. Of note is the torsional winding of the fibers to ensure high tensile strength. #anatomylinks #anatomy #biomechanics #biotensegrity #fascia #yoganatomy #rehab #acupuncture #running #humanperformance #physicaltherapy

The complexity of the Achilles tendon. There are two distinct "parts" of the tendon that correlate to the two heads of the gastrocnemius. Of note is the torsional winding of the fibers to ensure high tensile strength. #anatomylinks #anatomy #biomechanics #biotensegrity #fascia #yoganatomy #rehab #acupuncture #running #humanperformance #physicaltherapy

Overcoming Chronic Neck Pain: Postural Causes and A Unique Exercise Fix

Overcoming Chronic Neck Pain: Postural Causes and A Unique Exercise Fix

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Your nervous system is an extensive network that channels nerve impulses from your brain to virtually every cell that makes up your body. This chart shows some of the integral relationships between the spine, nervous system and the body.

Your nervous system is an extensive network that channels nerve impulses from your brain to virtually every cell that makes up your body. This chart shows some of the integral relationships between the spine, nervous system and the body.