The five adductor muscles form a fan of tissue on the medial thigh. They function to stabilize our pelvis when we’re standing our walking.
Tibialis anterior and fibularis longus are key muscles of the lower leg that are important for standing, walking, running and jumping.
The hamstrings are a group of three muscles that cross the knee and hip joints. Understanding more about their anatomy can help us understand how they function and malfunction.
David explains what the tensor fascia latae and the iliotibial band are, where they attach, and what they do.
David explains what the lateral gluteals are, where gluteus medius and gluteus minimus attach, and what they do.
David explains what the rotator cuff muscles are, where they are located, and what they do.
Explore the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscles. Find out where they’re located and what they do.
Explore the trapezius muscle. Find out where this important muscle is located and what it does.
Explore the deep six lateral rotator muscles of the hip. Find out where they’re located and what they do.
In this article we’ll explore the location and the actions of the adductor magnus muscle.
What and where is the piriformis muscle? Learn where piriformis muscle is and what it does.
The iliopsoas is a key postural and structural muscle that connects our torso to our legs. It is our strongest hip flexor and the primary muscle used for walking.