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Biomechanics of the Biceps Brachii Moment Arm- 100% of muscle force rotates joint when insertion is perpendicular to bone segment
Gina Delgado saved to OT
Originally published on December 20, 2008 The concept of the kinetic chain was purportedly introduced in 1955 by Arthur Steindler in his important book Kinesiology of the HUMAN BODY UNDER NORMAL AND PATHOLOGYICAL CONDITIONS. He wrote: "We designate an open kinetic chain a combination in which
Running is a seemingly straightforward movement – one foot in front of the other, literally hundreds if not thousands of times, over and over and over – but for all its simplicity, it's also a somewhat complicated movement. There are many forces, actions, and reactions that take place every time we put our feet on the ground and propel ourselves forward. It's no wonder then, that many runners find themselves unfortunately beset with injuries year after year, and one of the more common…
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Nino Bennett saved to ECO_MOTION MOOD BOARD
Looking at the above graphic, you’ll see the generic representations of the four typical postures of the human body. Hardly anyone is an A but a few people are lucky enough to what I call, “live in neutral.” I’ll mention this as they lay on the floor or reformer on their backs. Mostly what I’m refer
LOURDES saved to Simple Tips
A list of orthotic adjustments along with definition, diagrams and images of foot motion, including supination, pronation, inversion, eversion, abduction and abduction.
Megan Rowland saved to Shoes & Orthodics