The serratus posterior superior and serratus posterior inferior are respiratory-aiding muscles with a secret power–trigger points!
Extensor hallucis longus and extensor digitorum longus are important for lifting the toes and midfoot. This is particularly noticeable when we walk uphill.
The levatores costarum muscles extend, flex, and rotate your spine. They also help you breathe. Learn how to keep these important spinal muscles healthy.
The adductor group of muscles include adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor magnus, pectineus, and gracilis. Here’s how to strengthen these muscles.
If you’re having trouble moving your little finger or toe away from the other digits, you need to learn about the abductor digiti minimi muscles.
Attention people with bunions: strengthening and stretching the abductor hallucis and adductor hallucis will permanently get rid of your bunion. Learn how!
You probably didn’t know you had a pyramidalis muscle until it quit working correctly. Here’s more about what this muscle does and how to keep it healthy.
Having strong abdominal muscles is key to your everyday happiness. Whether you realize it or not, your abdominals are the power behind every move you make.
Dysfunctional cervical spine muscles can cause pain in your upper body. Here’s a non-medical person’s guide to the neck’s structure, nerves, and muscles.
If throwing a good punch or opening a jar of pickles is important to you, you’ll want to learn about the flexor digitorum profundus muscle.
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