To keep things in balance in the body we nearly always have a muscle that is assisting or opposing any action. In this article David explains how we describe these relationships between muscles.
In this article David guides you through an exploration of the bones and muscles that make up the shoulder girdle.
In this article David describes the scapula bone. He explains where it’s located and what its function is.
In this article, David explains what scar tissue is and why it forms.
Learn to distinguish ligaments from tendons and take look at what both of these important structures do.
The terms origin, insertion, and action help us describe muscle attachments and movements in a consistent way.
Anatomical position is a term that helps us describe basic movements and directional terms in a consistent way.
David explains how muscles work through muscle contractions. Understand how muscle contractions affect muscle action.
A deeper understanding of how we move requires an understanding of all the components that impact movement. In this post, we take a look at fascia and explore its role in movement.
We explore what connective tissue is, why it’s important and how it runs through the body.
Muscles are more intricate than we often realize. While we might think of them as one solid thing, they are actually far more nuanced than that. Their structure is what makes them so functional.