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Muscle Compensation

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vocogave's version from 2018-02-02 10:54

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Anterior View, feet turn out, what are probably OVERACTIVE musclessoleus, lateral gastrocnemius, biceps femoris
Anterior View, feet turn out, what are probably UNDERACTIVE musclesmedial gastrocnemius, medial hamstring complex, gracilis, sartorius,
Anterior View, knees fall inward, what are probably OVERACTIVE musclesadductor complex, biceps femoris, TFL, Vastus Lateralis
Anterior View, knees fall inward, what are probably UNDERACTIVE musclesGlut Medius, vastus medialis oblique
Lateral view, LPHC, excessive forward lean, probably OVERACTIVE MUSCLESSoleus, gastrocnemius, Hip Flexor complex (TFL, rectus femoris, psoas) abdominal complex (rectus abdominus, external obliques)
Lateral view, LPHC, excessive forward lean, probably UNDERACTIVE MUSCLESanterior tibialis, gluteus maximus, erector spinae
Lateral view, LPHC, lower back arches, probably OVERACTIVE MUSCLEShip flexor complex (TFL, rectus femoris, psoas), erctor spinae, lat dorsi
Lateral view, LPHC, lower back arches, probably UNDERACTIVE MUSCLESgluteus maximus, hamstring complex, intrinsic core stabilizer
Upper body, arms fall foward, OVERACTIVE musclesLat Dorsi, teres major, pec major/minor
Upper body, arms fall foward, underACTIVE musclesmid/low traps, rhomboids, rotator cuff
Upper body, shoulders elevate, OVERACTIVE musclesupper traps, sternocleidomastoid, levator scapulae,
Upper body, shoulders elevate during push/pull assessment, UNDERACTIVE musclesMID/LOW traps
Upper body, head protrudes forward during push/pull assessment, OVERACTIVE musclesUpper trap, sternocleidomastoid, levator scap,
Upper body, head protrudes forward during push/pull assessment, UNDERACTIVE musclesdeep cervical flexors
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