Cable back kicks

Stand on one leg facing the machine, the other leg attached to the ankle strap of the low pulley, and the pelvis tilted forward. Grasp the handle:

• Extend the hip and pull the leg back.

• Hip extension Is limited by the tension of the Iliofemoral (Bertln's) ligament.

This exercise mainly works the gluteus maximus and, to a lesser extent, the hamstrings (except the short head of biceps femoris). It helps develop the profile of the hips while firming the gluteal region.

Posterior superior iliac spine

Superficial gluteus

Greater trochanter Linea aspera of femur Head of fibula

Sacrum And Illium Tilted

The deep gluteus maximus attaches to the linea aspera of the femur

Iliac crest

Os coxa Anterior superior iliac spine

Head of femur

Ischial ramus

Deep gluteus maximus

Diaphysis of femur

Posterior iliac

Sacrum

Ligament Bertin

vertebra

Iliac crest

Hip extension is limited by the iliofemoral (Berlin's) ligament

Anterior superior iliac spine

Iliofemoral

(Bertin's)

ligament

Greater trochanter Ischial ramus

Diaphysis of femur

The deep gluteus maximus attaches to the linea aspera of the femur

Iliac crest

Os coxa Anterior superior iliac spine

Head of femur

Ischial ramus

Deep gluteus maximus

Posterior iliac

Hip extension is limited by the iliofemoral (Berlin's) ligament

Posterior superior iliac spine

Superficial gluteus

Greater trochanter Linea aspera of femur Head of fibula

Diaphysis of femur

Sacrum

Coccyx Ischial tuberosity Linea aspera of femur

Head of vertebra

Iliac crest

Anterior superior iliac spine

Iliofemoral

(Bertin's)

ligament

Greater trochanter Ischial ramus

Diaphysis of femur

External oblique Gluteus médius Gluteus maximus

Illeofemoral Muscle

External oblique Gluteus médius Gluteus maximus

Semitendinosus Biceps femoris, long head Semimembranosus Gastrocnemius, lateral head Peroneus longus Soleus

Greater trochanter Tensor fascia lata Fascia lata, iliotibial band Vastus lateralis, quadriceps Biceps femoris, short head Extensor digitorum longus Tibialis anterior Peroneus brevis

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