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Feet turn out during overhead squat assessment,which mucles are probably overactive? Soleus, Lat.Gastrocnemius, Biceps femoris(short head)
Knees move inward during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Adductor complex, Biceps femoris(short head)TFL, Vastus lateralis
Excessive forward lean during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Soleus, Lat. Gastrocnemius, Hip flexor complex, Abdominal complex
Low back arches during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Hip flexor complex, Erector Spinae
Arms fall forward during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Latissimus Dorsi, Tres major, Pectoralis major/minor
hip flexor complex Psoas(inner hip muscle), Rectus femoris(quad), Sartorius, TFL, Pectineus, Adductor longus, Adductor brevis, Gracilis
abdominal complex Rectus abdominis, External Oblique, Internal Oblique, Transversus abdominis
Knees move inward during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Gluteus medius/maximus, vastus medius oblique(VMO)
Feet turn out during the overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Gastrocnemius, Hamstring, Gracilis, Sartorius, Popliteus
Excessive forward lean during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Anterior tibialis, Gluteus maximus, Erector Spinae
Low Back Arches during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Gluteus maximus, Hamstrings, Intrinsic core stabilizers
Intrinsic core stabilizers Transverse abdominis, Multifidis, Transversospinalis, Internal oblique, Pelvic floor muscles
Arms fall forward during overhead squat assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Mid/Lower Trapezius, Rhomboids, Rotator Cuff
Knee moves inward during Single-Leg Squat assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Adductor complex, Biceps femoris(short head, TFL, Vastus lateralis
overactive muscles need stretched
knees move inward during Single-Leg Squat assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Gluteus medius/maximus, vastus medialis oblique(VMO)
Low back arches during the pushing assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Hipflexors, Erector spinae
Shoulder elevation during pushing assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Upper trapezius, Sternocleidomastoid, Levator Scapulae
Head protrudes forward during pushing assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Upper trapezius, Sternocleidomastoid, Levator Scapulae
Low back arches during pushing assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Intrinsic core stabilizers
Shoulder elevation during pushing assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Mid and Lower Trapezius
Head protrudes forward during pushing assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? deep cervical flexors
Low back arches during pulling assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Hip flexors, Erector Spinae
Shoulders elevate during pulling assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Upper Trapezius, Sternocleidomastoid, Levator Scapulae
Head protrudes forward during pulling assessment, which muscles are probably overactive? Upper Trapezius, Sternocleidomastoid, Levator Scapulae
Low back arches during pulling assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? Instrinsic core stabilizers
Shoulders elevate during pulling assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? mid and lower trapezius
Head protrudes forward during pulling assessment, which muscles are probably underactive? deep Cervical Flexors
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