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List of Anatomy Pages

There are five muscles to learn about. Each has a "keeping it simple" section (hopefully a good starting point for anyone without previous knowledge) and a more "in detail" page with complete anatomical descriptions.

Use all the pages. Look at the illustrations. Imagine your main muscles of movement working and build a connection. An on-going process - something that you need to work at, starting from Base-Line.

Base-Line muscles:

pelvic floor keeping it simple

pelvic floor in detail

rectus abdominis keeping it simple

rectus abdominis in detail

human figure seen from the front, looking up the body with the baseline muscles shown.  The pelvic floor muscles like a basket at the base of the body that should be solid and secure.  The rectus abdominis muscles extending from pelvis to the ribcage. The body's core pillar of strength either side of the linea alba. The rectus abdominis muscles should bend and flex in all directions, supporting the rest of the body through a full range of movement.

Base-Line to Legs

skeleton and the 5 main muscles of movement side-back view showing the trapezius muscles extending from shoulder to shoulder, base of the skull to mid-back, a curved diamond-shaped blanket of muscle over the upper body.  The gluteus maximus muscles, solid and secure in the buttocks, linking to the rectus femoris at the front of each thigh. The main muscle of movement are the body's central support needed for pain free movement when these muscles feel balanced either side of the median plane and the body is free of physical restrictions.

rectus femoris keeping it simple

rectus femoris in detail

gluteus maximus keeping it simple

gluteus maximus in detail

Base-Line to upper body

trapezius keeping it simple

trapezius in detail

Other

anatomy of pelvis pictures

connective tissue and collagen

Please contact me if you have any comments or suggestions on how to make the anatomy pages as easy to understand as possible.

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OPTIMISING THE USE OF YOUR MUSCLES = BETTER HEALTH.

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