gluteus maximus


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the outermost of the three gluteal muscles

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This protocol involved one month of FES weight training of the quadriceps, gluteus maximus and hamstring muscles, as described above, so that the strength of the muscles would equal or exceed 10 pounds of force during weightlifting.
semimembranosus, posterior adductor, gluteus maximus, erector spinae) were already recruited at near maximal levels for basic standing support.
The exercise intensity may be too low during BFR walk training to cause muscle hypertrophy in the non- blood flow restricted gluteus maximus and other trunk muscles.
Aidan O'Brien, trainer of Gluteus Maximus "The plan is to run him.
The minimally-invasive group procedure was performed through a 6 to 8 cm posterior incision, starting at the posterior edge of the trochanter, approximately 2 cm from the top and extending proximally in the orientation of the gluteus maximus muscle.
The muscles to be examined were the biceps, triceps, hamstrings, quadriceps, abdominal flexors, and gluteus maximus muscles.
Gluteus maximus is the largest muscle in the body and is important in many functional activities such as walking, running and lifting.
Nearly half haven't a clue that the gluteus maximus is the buttock muscle.
The UC believes that universities exist to exercise the cerebral cortex rather than the gluteus maximus.
Jobbing' happens to be the seventeenth-century Scots colloquialism for sexual intercourse -- women in the Gluteus maximus.
IN the name of the Holy Gluteus Maximus, make it stop.
We recorded EMG signals bilaterally from muscles approximately coincident with those targeted for stimulation in neuroprosthesis recipients: tibialis anterior, soleus, vasti, semimembranosus, gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, adductor magnus, and lower erector spinae.
Only Coyne's Olympian hurdle of a fence saved him from becoming the first footballer to require the surgical removal of a bovine horn from his gluteus maximus after contracting irritable bull syndrome.
They team up with Gluteus Maximus jjWhat they say Michael Halford, trainer of Snaefell and Invincible Ash 'Snaefell is in great form and we know he goes well on the ground, but Rayeni stands out and is going to be very hard to beat, as he loves it soft.