Let’s take a look at three more of the six intrinsic shoulder muscles: suprasinatus, infraspinatus, and teres minor, and learn more about their origins, insertions and actions.
In this episode, we learn more about the first of six intrinsic shoulder muscles, the deltoid muscle. Here, Leslie teaches us again, a better way to remember its origin, insertion and action based on what we’ve learned so far from previous videos.
In this video, we discuss more about the fourth pectoral muscle, serratus anterior. Not only does it help in stabilizing the scapula, it does a lot more.
Let’s move on and discuss about the muscles. Specifically, let’s start with the pectoral muscles. Watch and learn more about them in today’s episode here.
Breathing is something we do all the time, often without being aware of it however, when we do, many muscles are actually working together. Before we start, it is important to keep in mind that there are two types of breathing: forced and at rest. When at rest, you don’t breathe all the way in or all the way out. …
Join Leslie as he shares this last video on muscle contraction explaining with full clarity the smallest details on how this works.