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http://bit.ly/2rRhyDv 3 easy exercises to strengthen hip flexor muscles & improve hip flexion range of motion A lot of people get very nervous at the phrase hip flexors. Most people think their hip flexors are tight. Sitting too much this tightness is pulling me into anterior pelvic tilt. Sometimes there’s something to that but a […]
In the deadlift, maintaining a rigid back is important both on the way up and when putting the bar down. Sometimes a brand new lifter will have difficulty understanding how to do this correctly because they haven’t ever needed to discern the difference between spinal flexion and hip flexion. Holding the back in rigid extension […]
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Video with mostly drawn illustrations of flexion and extension of the hip and knee joints; The hip flexors, quadraceps, hanstrings and the gluteus maximus are the main muscles of these functions. There are some exercises on how to strengthen those muscles.
This video demonstrates the manual muscle test for hip flexion to evaluate the iliopsoas (iliacus and psoas major) muscle. Note: Body mechanics may be slightly altered due to filming angle. Always make sure to practice proper body mechanics. Don’t forget to support us by visiting our website at http://bit.ly/2rmi7Sr Facebook: http://bit.ly/2rR7Ktm Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/educatedpt
This is my first animation in maya explaining 1. Function 2. origin and insertion 3. common ways we use them 4. Assisting Muscles 5. How they get shortened 6. Problems that arise from shortening them