Monday, 24 February 2014

Muscle attaches to the medial edge of the scapula - Muscle Building Program Review

Heading down, muscle attaches to the medial edge of the scapula, between the upper corner of her spine and shoulder blades. Primary Function: elevates scapula, while bringing it closer to the spine, with reinforced blade tips to his side of the cervical vertebrae. Small and large rhomboid muscles, minor major, often coalesce and form a single muscle. Small rhomboid muscle starts from the bottom of the nuchal ligament, spinous processes of the cervical and I VII thoracic vertebrae and from ligament.
Its beams are obliquely - top down and laterally, and attached to the medial edge of the scapula, above the spine of the scapula. Large diamond-shaped muscle originates from the spinous processes II - V thoracic vertebrae attached to the medial edge of the scapula - the level of spine of the scapula to its bottom corner. Rhomboid muscle, settling deeper into the trapezius muscle, would cover the rear upper back muscle and partially toothed muscle, straightening the spine.
Primary Function: blade closer to the spine while moving it upwards. To superficial back muscles are also - top gear back muscle lifting ribs and lower back serratus, lowers ribs. Deep back muscles make up a large portion of the spinal array and in turn form three layers: superficial, medium and deep. Superficial muscle layer is a belt head belt neck and muscle, straightening the spine, medium - cross-spinalis muscle, deep layer form interspinous, intertransversarii and suboccipital muscles.

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