The Quadriceps Muscles

The Quadriceps Muscles

David Keil Anatomy, Lower Limb 1 Comment

The last three quadriceps muscles are this months muscle(s) of the month. We put them together because these three out of four have similar action and attachments. That is, they are dedicated to the action of straightening the knee (extension).

The Rectus Femoris Muscle Attachments

The Rectus Femoris Muscle

David Keil Anatomy, Lower Limb 2 Comments

The rectus femoris muscle is one of the four muscles that makes up the quadricep group of muscles. This is the only one that crosses the hip joint and therefore is related to tight hip flexors. Personally, I have come to find that it is critical in allowing the pelvis to move during backbends.

The Psoas Muscle And Iliacus Are Part Of The Core

The Psoas Muscle

David Keil Anatomy, Torso 3 Comments

The psoas muscle is extremely popular and talked about plenty. It’s still difficult for people to feel and find where the muscle is. Understanding the impact of what this muscle represents is well beyond where it attaches and what movements it makes you do. Let’s explore further!