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Training

The Rotator Cuff

The Rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and their tendons that act to stabilize the shoulder joint. They all originate from various points on the Scapula (Shoulder blade) and attach onto the head of the Humerus (Upper arm bone). Although the shoulder has a wide range of movements, it is a relatively unstable …

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The Hamstrings

The Hamstrings are a group of three muscles located at the back of the thigh. They are: Biceps Femoris,Semitendinosus andSemimembranosus All three Hamstring muscle originate at the Ischial Tuberosity (Sit bone) of the pelvis and wrap around from the back of the knee to attach onto the Tibia and Fibula bones of the lower leg.These …

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Proprioception

Proprioception is the sense of knowing the relative position of ones’ body in space. It is necessary to maintain posture and balance and helps us to co-ordinate movements.The information needed for the brain to know where parts of the body are located without the eyes seeing is provided by proprioceptors. These are located in muscles, …

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