The Daily Bandha: Antagonist/Synergist Combinations in Yoga
Osteopathy + Yoga + Science = Daily Bandha: Portability and The Use of the Serratus Anterior Muscles To Aid In Ujjayi Deep Breathing / Using Antagonist Muscles and Reciprocal Innervation To Achieve Increased Flexibility
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Shoulder kinematics in Yoga - Part 1 the rotator cuff and deltoids in full arm balance
The straight leg raise, also called Lasègue's sign, test or Lazarević's sign, is a test done during the physical examination to determine whether a patient with low back pain has an underlying herniated disk, often located at (fifth lumbar spinal nerve).
Activate the lower trapezius to pull scapula down, away from ears. Straighten the elbows by engaging triceps and feel how the long head of triceps (from shoulder blade) synergizes the action of lower trapezius.
Your teres minor can be surprisingly tight and inhibiting healthy shoulder range of motion.
The "rotator cuff" is a group of 4 muscles that are responsible for keeping the shoulder joint stable.
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