Cable adductions

Flexor digitoruis under the aponeurosis

External oblique

Anterior superior iliac spine

Pyramidalls, under the aponeurosis

Pubic symphysis

Sartorius

Quadriceps

ADDUCTOR MUSCLES OF THE THIGHS

Obturator

Adductor longus

Sacrum

Muscles Supporting Sacrum

Pectineus

Adductor brevis

Gracilis

Adductor magnus

Common insertion

THE MOVEMENT

Stand on one leg, with the other leg in the ankle cuff and the hand of the supporting leg holding onto the machine:

• Pull the cable across the support leg.

This exercise works the adductor group (pectineus; adductors brevis, longus, and magnus; and gracilis). To develop definition of the inside of the thighs, perform sets of high repetitions.

THE MOVEMENT

under the aponeurosis

External oblique

Anterior superior iliac spine

Pyramidalls, under the aponeurosis

Pubic symphysis

Sartorius

Gluteus medius Tensor fascia lata Iliopsoas Pectineus Adductor longus Adductor magnus Fascia lata, iliotibial band Head of fibula Patellar ligament Tibialis anterior Extenssr digitdfttn lopgus Peronfius longus Tibia, medial surface

Rectus femoris Vastus lateralis Vastus medialis Vastus intermedius Gastrocnemius Soieus

Quadriceps

Flexor digitoruis

ADDUCTOR MUSCLES OF THE THIGHS

Obturator

Adductor longus

Pectineus

Adductor brevis

Gracilis

Sacrum

Adductor magnus

Common insertion

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