Learn Functional Anatomy To Design Better Exercises



Watch this video to learn about how muscles function in real life (i.e., functional anatomy) and how this information will help you choose better exercises and design more effective workouts to get you stronger, out of pain and back to moving without limitations.

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Studies of traditional anatomy tell us that ‘Muscle A’ goes from ‘Bone 1’ to ‘Bone 2’, and when it contracts it pulls these two bones together. For example, the quadriceps muscles of the leg are responsible for shortening or contracting to straighten the knee. That is why people perform the leg extension exercise to strengthen the quadriceps. However, in real life muscles…