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Assisted Sit-Ups – Our Core Muscles

Our core is a complex series of muscles, extending far beyond our abs, they include everything besides your arms and legs and are incorporated in almost every human movement. The core muscles: can act as an isometric or dynamic stabilizer for movement, transfer force from one extremity to another, initiate movement

Boxing: Shoulder Rehabilitation (Serratus Anterior & Posterior)

picture of a boxer doing shoulder rehab

The serratus anterior muscle is often called the "big swing" or "boxer's muscle" because it is largely responsible for the protraction of the scapula i.e. the pulling of the scapula forward and around the rib cage that occurs when someone throws a punch. The serratus anterior is innervated by the long thoracic nerve (Nerve of

Cricket Injuries Pt 4 (Serratus posterior inferior)

photo of serratus posterior inferior muscle

The serratus posterior inferior muscle connects the lower 4 ribs to four vertebrae (T11, T12, L1, L2) in the low back. In cricket injuries to this muscle will occur when: Pain in the low back when stretching to reach overhead Pain in the low back when twisting at the waist