Low back pain can have a variety of causes, and also different avenues for cures as well.  This video spotlights some of the more common causes of low back pain, and explains a complicated topic in easy to understand terms.  While surgery is sometimes required, this is not always the case, and should be the…

Lower back muscles need to be understood if you want to figure out what is causing you lower back pain.  This video takes a complicated topic and makes it easy to understand.  It comes from our 3-time award-winning TV show.  After watching this lesson, you will have an understanding of lower back muscles and understand…

If you have lower back pain, first educate yourself with the anatomy of the spine and the muscles surrounding it. This lesson from Sensible Fitness Personal Training is on the skeletal anatomy of the spine.  The video seen here puts everything into easy to understand terms and is taken from our 3-time award-winning educational television…

Most diagrams of the human body are shown in the correct “anatomical position”. This position is when the body is in an erect posture, facing forward, arms at side, palms of hand forward, with fingers and thumbs in extension. It is designated as the zero position for defining and measuring joint motions for most of…

The anatomy and physiology of human muscle is fascinating.  It is very complex, yet simple.  An example of this is Sherrington’s law of reciprocal inhibition.  This law states that when a muscle is activated, or contracting, it opposing muscle will relax. Imagine you are doing a bicep curl, or simple lifting a water glass to…

Here is a freebie from our Muscle Anatomy DVD’s, and also from our award winning TV program.  Time for a human muscle anatomy lesson with the pectoralis major…your chest.  You must, you must, you must improve your bust!

A double jointed muscle (one that crosses two joints) can reach a length at which it cannot produce a significant amount of force.  This condition is called “actively insufficient”.  For example, when on tries to achieve full hip extension, while maintaining full knee flexion…the hamstrings (double jointed muscle) are unable to shorten enough to produce…

Many factors come into play with the return of muscular strength.  Weakness could have originally be caused by nerve involvement, atrophy from lack of use, stretch weakness, pain, or even fatigue.  Likewise the return of muscular strength can happen because of recovery from a disease process, healing of nerves after injury or trauma, hypertrophy of…

Musculoskeletal conditions often show patterns of muscle imbalances. This could be imbalance in strength, flexibility or both. Imbalance that affects body alignment is an important factor in many painful postural conditions. In the human muscle anatomy, imbalance may result from occupational or recreational activities in which there is persistent use of muscle, often without adequate…

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