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I’m Your Psoas: A Strong Hip Flexor, but a Hidden Culprit

By |September 26th, 2016|Functional Anatomy, Videos|

Last issue, I heard my friend QL was talking about me. In fact, often I am the topic of discussion. Some call me the hip flexor, but I cannot take full credit for that, as I work closely with my friend Iliacus, QL, Sartorius, Rectus Femoris, and even Adductors. Yet I do so much more! [...]

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Adductors: One of the Most Mis-named Muscles in the Body

By |May 3rd, 2016|Functional Anatomy, Videos|

Nobody walks like Elvis gyrated in his early days of his career.  Likewise, in gait, the adductors do NOT adduct while walking.  Imagine how we all would look if we constantly walked across our midline if we moved like the anatomy books describes the action of the adductors. This extremely powerful muscle group has an [...]

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I’m Your QL: Please Don’t Just Take Me Into Lateral Flexion

By |May 3rd, 2016|Videos|

I am your Quadratus Lumborum.  I have one question for you…why do so many people try to strengthen me by only doing side bends against resistance, or what people commonly call Lateral Flexion?  Please take a good look at me…I am often taken for granted and misunderstood. Look at my alignment and attachments.  If you [...]

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