Muscle Function Based on Range of Motion

Muscle Function Based on Range of Motion

Natural Pilates’ Owner and Master Trainer, Laura Wilson, reviews muscle function in the lower body, trunk, and the upper limb based on range of motion and muscular attachment points. In this workshop, we look at muscles as active forces within the body that work on our internal structures, namely the skeletal system. Using Elsevier’s 3D4Medical application, we can see how the muscles of the hip, spine and shoulder connect to the joints in the lower body and upper body to create movement. Traditionally, muscle function is taught in a neutral position, however, our bodies move and change position in space during exercise. The goal of this workshop is not to memorize muscles and joints, but to truly understand how muscles are recruited to create motion in the joints throughout the body.

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Muscle Function Based on Range of Motion

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