Triceps brachii tears

Teres Minor And Major Pull Tear

Infraspinatus Trapezius Latlssimus dorsi Infraspinatus Trapezius Latlssimus dorsi Extensor carpi radlalls longus Extensor carpi radialis brevis Extensor digitorum iongus Extensor carpi ulnarls Heavy training of the back and injury to the long head of the triceps brachii Although it is not the most-used muscle when working the back, the long head of the triceps brachii is the most frequently injured muscle during back lat pull-downs with heavy weights or during chin-ups with added weight. The...

J hamstring muscle tears

Lesser Trochanter Muscle

ACTION OF THE HAMSTRING MUSCLES DURING THE SQUAT Straightening the pelvis erects the torso. IT The hamstrings contract to straighten the pelvis. Straightening the pelvis erects the torso. IT The hamstrings contract to straighten the pelvis. While performing the squat, the hamstring muscles contract to straighten the pelvis, which at the same time prevents the torso from tilting too far forward as long as pelvis is aligned with the torso by contracting the abdominal and lumbar muscles . External...

Lateral DumiBell Raises

Pennate Muscle

Posterior deltoid Anterior deltoid Middle deltoid 2 Dumbbells behind 3 Dumbbells in front INITIAL POSITIONS VARIATIONS The supraspinatus helps the deltiod raise the arm laterally and helps keep the head of the humerus in the glenoid cavity. Stand with a straight back, with legs slightly apart, arms hanging next to the body, holding a barbell in each hand Raise the arms to horizontal with the elbows slightly bent. Return to the initial position. This exercise mainly uses the middle deltoid. The...

Stifflegged deadlifts

Femori Muscle Biceps Brachii

Infraspinatus Teres minor Teres major Deltoid Acomion ACTION OF THE HAMSTRINGS AND GLUTEUS MAXIMUS WHEN SHIFTING THE PELVIS TO VERTICAL Erector spinae, under the aponeurosis ACTION OF THE HAMSTRINGS AND GLUTEUS MAXIMUS WHEN SHIFTING THE PELVIS TO VERTICAL Erector spinae, under the aponeurosis Infraspinatus Teres minor Teres major Deltoid Acomion Serratus anterior External oblique Longhead Lateral head Triceps brachii Medial head Quadriceps, vastus ifittrmedilis Patella -- Stand with the feet...

Strength Training Anatomy

Pronator Teres Strengthening Exercises

2 CONCENTRATION 3 HAMMER 4 LOW-PULLEY 5 HIGH-PULLEY 6 BARBELL IS ELBOW STRUCTURE AND ITS EFFECT ON TRAINING 7 MACHINE 8 PREACHER 9 REVERSE 10 REVERSE WRIST 11 UURIST 13 REVERSE 14 ONE-ARM REVERSE 15 TRICEPS IE DUMBBELL TRICEPS 17 ONE-ARM DUMBBELL TRICEPS 18 SEATED DUMBBELL TRICEPS 19 SEATED E-Z BAR TRICEPS 20 TRICEPS 21 TRICEPS Teres major Latissimus dorsi Subscapular Pectoralis major Serratus anterior Biceps brachii, long head Biceps brachii, short Teres major Latissimus dorsi Subscapular...

Freestanding tbar rows

Tbar Rows Muscel

Gastrocnemius Peroneus lohcjus Extensor dlgitoram long Soleus T-bar rows also work the forearm flexors. Never round your back when performing freestanding T-bar rows. Straddle the bar with the legs slightly bent, leaning forward with a flat back about 45 degrees. Grasp the bar with an overhand grip Inhale and raise the bar to the chest. Exhale at the end of the movement. This exercise is similar to bent rows and allows you to concentrate on working your back because you do not have to focus too...