The slightly mystical psoas major muscle is often overlooked or even unknown when we talk about our muscular anatomy.

The Psoas Defined, Explained, and Explored in 6 Yoga Poses

The slightly mystical psoas major muscle is often overlooked or even unknown when we talk about our muscular anatomy.

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Word of the Day for 9 May The origin of this word is from the Latin. It comes from the Latin adjective, Acidis, meaning 'sour'. Other words in English derived from this Latin word are acid, acidosis, etc.

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irresolute (adjective): showing or feeling hesitancy; The origin of this word is Latin. It comes from the Latin word, irresolutus which means not loosened. The above definition is fine for English.

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