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Date archive: September 2013

The Truth about Hamstrings

Anatomy Of the 650 muscles in the human body, the hamstring group (semitendinosis, semimembranosis, and biceps femoris) is one of the more important and complex in the entire body. Anatomically, the hamstrings are considered two joint muscles because they cross both knee and hip joints. Functionally, they strongly influence the entire lower extremity, pelvis and…

Curing G.I.R.D. (Limited Shoulder Rotation)

Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit (GIRD) is the medical term for limited rotation in your shoulder. It has been identified in many baseball pitchers but in reality it is present in everyone. We all have limited forward rotation in one or both of our shoulders. It is always present in the right shoulder and may also…

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