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I usually find books written on this category hard to understand and full of jargon. But the author was capable of presenting advanced techniques in an extremely easy to understand language.

All the modules inside this ebook are very detailed and explanatory, there is nothing as comprehensive as this guide.

Kneetochest posture Ekapada apanasana

Apanasana The Knee Chest Pose

Keeping your back healthy is like tuning a piano. The knee-to-chest posture helps you adjust and relax your lower back. If you have knee problems, hold the back of your thigh instead of just below your knee. Remember, this pose isn't a biceps exercise. Just hold your knee, breathe, and relax.

Semitendonosus semetendiNOsus Semimembranosus sememembruhNOsus

Semimebranosus Insertion

The semimembranosus and semitendonosus flex the straight knee, inwardly rotating the lower leg in the bent knee. This rotary component accentuates seated twists, but in the opposite direction of the biceps femoris. Contraction of these muscles also assists the gluteus maximus in extension of the thigh at the hip, as in virabhadrasana III. Tightness in this muscle limits forward bends and certain standing poses, especially those involving external rotation of the leg.

Origins and insertions

Origins Insertions Simple Simply

Biceps brachii and triceps brachii take origin from the arm and shoulder, and that they insert on the Forearm (fig. 1.1). The muscles surrounding a joint act cooperatively, but one of them the agonist ordinarily ser-ves as the prime mover, assisted in its role by functionally related muscles called synergists. While the agonist and its synergists are acting on one side of the joint, muscles on the opposite side act as antagonists. As suggested by the name, antagonists monitor, smooth, and even retard the movement in question. For example, when the biceps brachii and the braehialis in the arm (the agonist and one of its synergists) shorten to flex the elbow, the triceps brachii (on the opposite side of the arm) resists flexion antagonistically while incidentally holding the joint surfaces in correct apposition (fig. l.l). biceps brachii muscle flexes forearm as prime mover biceps brachii muscle flexes forearm as prime mover

Blseps feMORus

The biceps femoris is a two-headed fusiform-shaped muscle. One head originates from the ischial tuberosity, the other from the back of the femur. Both heads combine forming a single tendon insertion on the head of the fibula bone at the lateral side of the knee. It can be palpated as a cord in this region. The biceps femoris flexes the straight knee and outwardly rotates the lower leg (in the bent knee). Its rotary action accentuates twisting postures such as marichyasana III. Tightness in this muscle limits forward bends and certain standing poses, especially those involving internal rotation of the leg.

The Straddle

The Straddle can improve your health and physical performance whether you like to walk around the block or enjoy mountain climbing. The exercise loosens and expands the range of motion in your pelvis and legs, opens your groin, and conditions and tones your back. The pose also builds abdominal strength and works your biceps. The Straddle is tough, but stay with it. The benefits it gives your groin help in both walking and climbing.

The Warrior I

The Warrior I, a relatively simple exercise, is a weighted variation of the classic warrior yoga pose. As you do this exercise, you tap the energy of your heart and feel the strength, honor, and courage of a warrior. On a more practical note, the Warrior I works your biceps and legs. 2. As you exhale to a count of four, bend your elbows and work your biceps as you lift the weights to shoulder level (see Figure 8-8b). Feel the courage and strength of a warrior while you work your biceps. Feel the courage and strength of a warrior while you work your biceps.

The Warrior II

The Warrior II is a variation of the Exalted Warrior, the previous exercise in this workout. This version works your biceps, legs, and the core muscles of your trunk and torso. It looks easy, but if you do it right, the exercise works your entire body and teaches you the power of concentration. Draw your belly in and up and your tailbone down to support yourself and maintain your balance. The Warrior II is a total body exercise, not just a biceps exercise. Don't let your front knee wobble or move forward over your toes.

The Dancer

Dancing is a full-body activity that requires physical and mental prowess. The yoga-with-weights Dancer is no different. This exercise helps you develop focus and concentration as it strengthens your biceps, legs, and shoulder girdle. It also allows for a greater range of motion in your shoulders. You'll feel uplifted and stretched like a dancer as you do this exercise.


Biceps Femoris Stretching Pictures

Biceps femoris The biceps femoris contracts, flexing the knee and externally rotating the tibia in marichyasana III. This external rotation manifests as internal rotation of the hip, accentuating the twist of the trunk. Adho Mukha Svanasana stretches and awakens the biceps femoris.

The Pigeon

Many people, especially men, are tight in the hip and groin areas, and the Pigeon is designed to loosen these areas. The Pigeon stretches and expands your hips and inner-thigh muscles by opening up your entire pelvic girdle. It also stretches and lengthens your spine and exercises your biceps. The Pigeon stretches your hips and groin and gives your biceps a workout. The Pigeon stretches your hips and groin and gives your biceps a workout.

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