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Muscular Subsystems

TermDefinition
Erector Spinae Deep Longitudinal Subsystem
Thoracolumbar Fascia Deep Longitudinal Subsystem
Sacrotuberous Ligament Deep Longitudinal Subsystem
Biceps Femoris Deep Longitudinal Subsystem
Peroneus Longus Deep Longitudinal Subsystem
Stabilizes From Ground Up Deep Longitudinal Subsystem
Gluteus Maximus Posterior Oblique Subsystem
Latissimus Dorsi Posterior Oblique Subsystem
Thoracolumbar Fascia Posterior Oblique Subsystem
Distributes transverse plane forces through rotational activities Posterior Oblique Subsystem
Internal & External Obliques Anterior Oblique Subsystem
Adductor Complex Anterior Oblique Subsystem
Hip External Rotators Anterior Oblique Subsystem
Functions in transverse plane in anterior position Anterior Oblique Subsystem
Gluteus Medius Lateral Subsystem
Tensor Fascia Latae Lateral Subsystem
Adductor Complex Lateral Subsystem
Contralateral Quadratus Lumborum Lateral Subsystem
Frontal plane and pelvofemoral stability Lateral Subsystem
Created by: MassAttack32