Stifflegged deadlifts

Rhomboids Trapezius

Iliac crest

Latissimus dorsi

Infraspinatus Teres minor Teres major Deltoid Acomion

Gluteus medium

Gluteus maximus

Greater trochanter

Tensor fescla lata:

Biceps femoris, long head

Adductor magnus

Semitendinosus

ACTION OF THE HAMSTRINGS AND GLUTEUS MAXIMUS WHEN SHIFTING THE PELVIS TO VERTICAL

Fascia lata band

Vastus lateralis

Biceps sh

Erector spinae, under the aponeurosis

Semimembranosus

Gastrocnemius, lateral head

Erector Spinae

Peroneus longus

Triceps surae

Soieus

DEADLIFT WITH STRAIGHT LEGS

ACTION

HAMSTRING

OF THE

ACTIONS

GLUTEUS

Gluteus maximus

Greater trochanter

Tensor fescla lata:

Biceps femoris, long head

Adductor magnus

Semitendinosus

ACTION OF THE HAMSTRINGS AND GLUTEUS MAXIMUS WHEN SHIFTING THE PELVIS TO VERTICAL

Fascia lata band

Vastus lateralis

Biceps sh

Rhomboids Trapezius

DEADLIFT WITH STRAIGHT LEGS

Erector spinae, under the aponeurosis

Iliac crest

Latissimus dorsi

Semimembranosus

Infraspinatus Teres minor Teres major Deltoid Acomion

Serratus anterior External oblique Longhead

Lateral head Triceps brachii Medial head

Quadriceps, vastus ifittrmedilis Patella „--

Head oflbula

Extensor digitoruni Iposos

Peroneus longus

Triceps surae

Gastrocnemius, lateral head

Gastrocnemius, medial head.

Soieus

Stand with the feet slightly apart In front of the bar as it rests on the ground: 0 Inhale and bend forward at the waist with the chest forward, back arched, and legs as straight as possible.

• Grasp the bar with an overhand grip. Keeping the arms relaxed, stand up straight by rotating the hips. Keep the abdominal muscles tight and a slight arch In the back for support.

• Exhale out at the end of the movement.

• Bend forward and return to the initial position, but without returning the bar to the floor. To avoid Injury, keep the back straight.

This exercise contracts the deep spinal muscles on either side of the spinal column that straighten the spine.

Straightening the torso by tilting the pelvis from front to back contracts the gluteus maximus and hamstrings (except the short head of the biceps femoris).

Deadlifting from the ground with extended knees stretches the back of the thighs.

To increase the intensity, stand on a box so that the feet are higher than the bar on the ground.

Comment: To stretch the hamstrings, perform the stiff-legged deadlift with very light weights. The greater the weight, the more the gluteal muscles take over from the hamstrings to straighten the pelvis to vertical.

Boating ribs

HAMSTRING ACTIONS

Tibial tuberosity Head of fibula

Biceps Femoris Squats

Semitendinosus Femur

Semimembranosus

Biceps femoris, long head

Biceps femoris, short head

Costal

Tire hamstrings, except for the short head of the biceps, femoris, actively participate in tilting the pelvis back.

Boating ribs

HAMSTRING ACTIONS

Biceps femoris, long head

Biceps femoris, short head

Os coxa Head of femur tuberosity

Costal of fem'ur Greater trochanter

Tibial tuberosity Head of fibula

Semitendinosus Femur

Semimembranosus

Tire hamstrings, except for the short head of the biceps, femoris, actively participate in tilting the pelvis back.

Adductor magnus

Adductor muscles

THE MOVEMENT

INITIAL POSITION FINAL POSITION

Sartorlus Tibialis anterior

Gastrocnemius, medial head

Femori Muscle Biceps Brachii
31 Days To Bigger Arms

31 Days To Bigger Arms

You can have significantly bigger arms in only 31 days. How much bigger? That depends on a lot of factors. You werent able to select your parents so youre stuck with your genetic potential to build muscles. You may have a good potential or you may be like may of the rest of us who have averages Potential. Download this great free ebook and start learns how to build your muscles up.

Get My Free Ebook


Responses

  • Aili
    How to exercise erector spinae muscle?
    6 years ago

Post a comment