Latissimus dorsi muscle

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  • Specific Weight Loss

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    The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of one week, sport specific weight loss on the quadriceps and latissimus dorsi force production in wrestlers with 2 or more years of experience. The resulting data from this study indicates a the effect of one week, sport specific weight loss on the quadriceps and latissimus dorsi force production. Population and Recruitment The sample population for this study was current and former collegiate wrestlers in the state of Washington with at least

  • Blink Gym Observation

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    Friday, December 11 2015 6pm i went to the Blink gym on Utica Ave. I have been working out at this gym for about a year. I decided to observe the people that are working out at the gym, i was looking at the various people, exercises, and even the most popular area in the gym. The gym was very crowded with people. This is the only gym in my neighborhood and the monthly price for the gym goes low as 15$ a month. They also have special that allows you to get the first Two months free of no charge

  • The Day Of Our Dissection Process

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    On the first day of our dissection process, the group before us also had the right portion of the back, which includes the following muscles: Trapezius, Latissimus dorsi, Triangle of auscultation, Lumbar triangle, Blood vessels and nerves, posterior triangle of neck, Rhomboid major, Rhomboid minor, Levator scapulae, Serratus posterior superior and inferior, Splenius capitis, Semispinalis, erector spinae, and Multifidus. Once it was our turn for the dissection process of the cadaver, the previous

  • Lee Hanni Narrative Back Exercise

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    exercise back. Lee Hani feels back to mention the muscle training course is not easy, but also very difficult not to mention In the training point of view he will be back in three parts: 1. Trapezius 2. Waist and vertical spinal cord 3. latissimus dorsi Then adjusting back training, especially for a training of a friend, all back training can be divided into three days. A: Trapezius

  • Rotator Cuff Injury Case Study

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    has a rotator cuff injury. Which one of the following tendons is NOT likely to be injured? A. Supraspinatus B. Infraspinatus C. Latissimus Dorsi D. Teres Minor E. Subscapularis Explanation: The latissimus dorsi muscle is one of the largest muscles in the back. This muscle is divided into two segments, which are configured symmetrically along the backbone. The muscle

  • Agonist Muscles

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    Example 1: javelin Preparatory phase Joints involved Articulating bones Action Agonist Muscle Shoulder Humerus & scapula Horizontal hyperextension Posterior deltoids and latissimus dorsi Elbow Humerus & ulna Extension Triceps brachii Throwing contains of two phases, the preparatory phase and the throwing phase. predominantly the majority of actions are rotational in the transverse plane and longitudinal axis and also both joints mainly involved are the elbow, the elbow is a type of joint called

  • Strong Core Research Paper

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    important muscle groups in athletics and in daily life. The main core muscles include the abdomen, obliques, gluteus maximus, erector spinae, and latissimus dorsi. Core muscles are basically anything located in the three B’s: belly, back, and butt. The core is what stabilizes the body and strongly holds it together. The core is almost always being used, as it is used to stabilize the body and to balance the upper body in an upright position. Almost every basic movement requires core muscles. The core

  • Muscles And Trauma Case Study: Chinese Delivery

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    oblivious to is the various muscles and joints needed to do in the simple act of opening a door. To begin, Matt first had to stand from his sitting position, in order to go and get his food from the delivery person. With standing, it is necessary to be in control and maintain a steady posture, or one would constantly be landing on their face. While sitting, Matt is using muscles such as Quadriceps, Fibularis Longus, Latissimus Dorsi, and of course; his Gluteus Medius muscles. With that, we see there

  • The Four Muscles Of The Respiratory System

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    respiratory system involves several muscles that contribute to inhalation and exhalation. Muscles of exhalation are mainly located throughout the abdominal region and can be categorized by primary and secondary muscles. There are four primary muscles of exhalation the external oblique, internal oblique, transverse abdominus, and rectus abdominus; also referred to as the abdominal wall muscles. The external oblique is the largest and strongest abdominal muscle in the body. Next the internal oblique

  • The Importance Of Follow Through The Rest Of The Body

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    slightly flexed position to allow the body to continue to push off to release the puck. The gastrocnemius muscle will be used to help stay flexed while continuing the release of the puck. The soleus muscle will work with the gastrocnemius muscle for the follow through. The body will eventually stand up at the end to release the puck and guide in the direction needed too. The quadricep femoris muscle helps your body stay in a slightly flexed position and allows for the quadriceps to stay contracted.