Elite Pilates & Yoga Teacher Training Course (Anatomy – Infraspinatus)

Elite Pilates & Yoga Teacher Training Course (Anatomy – Infraspinatus)


Pilates Teacher Training SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel Like Share and Comment! hello welcome to elite Pilates teacher
trainer for YMCA a level 3 department of my Pilates and this is an anatomy lesson
and the lesson today is on the infraspinatus it’s the view of the e7
sky so called scapular muscles a LAN port start the sentence carefully
muscles are the deltoids supraspinatus infraspinatus subscapularis every major
teres minor once they were looking at is the infraspinatus of all that means is
its inferior to the spinous process of the scapula there’s the spine of the
scapula it’s inferior to that it originates remember that the origin
tends to stay more fixed than the insertion point the origin of the
infraspinatus is this area the infraspinatus fossa of the scapula
possibly that put the depression of the muscle sits in the insert that’s a few
origin the insertion is the the mutual cubicle and the great equator ship with
the universe basically there on the Stars or basically goals from fills in
most of that foster there so that’s more filling and tendon attaches often with a
polyline is there so you can put guess what it does from that position it was a
number of things the biggest thing it really does is it lastly rotates the
humerus in other words it externally rotates on myself
it externally rotates the other main function is that it serves or help stirs
there is it helps along with a lot of other muscles model of the rotator cuff
miles long head of the tricep and the bicep it helps keep humeral head in the
glenoid fossa basically helps stabilize the shoulder joint in English and that’s
the infra mattes Muslim if you want to massage sit right on top there and again
so from a posterior assessment I don’t think I can mention this on the posture
assessment video but one thing you can look for is what’s the orientation
hands for more correctly what the humerus do that has you to give it a
clip other hands facing the back why they tell us started slightly to the
front that give an indication not necessarily which one specific muscle is
but what group of muscles what I’m going to do is look at it logically okay if
their hands up to the back there you Marissa’s internally rotating what
muscles attach that can cause that there are over dominance or what conversely
whichever muscles extended rotate maybe we could be if someone’s hands are
placed in the back the universe is in terror when I tell you it could be a
weakness say for I can say in the infraspinatus are just think of where’d
you be know your muscles originate and the insert you can usually figure out
what’s happened in someone’s body to some extent so attached is there it
actually rotates at the latitude rotates the humerus so for argument’s a lot with
little muscles to use minor as well so someone’s hands with towards the front
it could be back the external rotators of the humans are over dominant that’s
probably a better way of saying because it could be two types of quickly
conversely or weakness and you’re the muscle saying turn but it but again you
know your muscles originated from and instead you should get a good idea of my
only what’s going on with the body but possibly how you can correct it with
Pilates moves unless the infrastructure is one of the semi so-called scapular
muscles an important advantage teacher training and thanks for watching don’t
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