Deltoids


Teres Major and Minor (Also See Rotator Cuff S.I.T.S)


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Workout Develpment & Muscle Combining Post Page

{Commit to be Fit p161}

{Commit to be Fit p161}

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{Commit to be Fit p162}

Push Day- Chest, Shoulders and Triceps

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{Commit to be Fit p163}

{Commit to be Fit p164}

{Commit to be Fit p164}

Pull Day- Back and Biceps Day

{Commit to be Fit Back Arms p164 }

{Commit to be Fit Back Arms p164 }

Leg Day-Quads, Hamstrings and Calves

{Commit to be Fit p163}

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{Commit to be Fit p167}


 Scapula

1 Scapula-Front-and-Back-

1 Scapula-Front-and-Back-

Bones areas to remember:

  1. Shoulder blades are called the “Scapulas”
  2. Spine of the Scapula
  3. The two bones the makes up the AC Joint are the Acromion & Clavical
  4.  The Short Head Biceps Tendon attaches to the Coracoid Process of the Scapula
  5. Superior Boarder
  6. Inferior Angle
  7. Supraspinous Fossa- Infraspinous Fossa & Subscapular Fossa (This is where the Rotator Cuff Muscles- Infraspinatus,Supraspinatus and the Subscapular attach)
  8. Glenoid cavity, sometimes called the Glenoid Fossa (Where the head of the Humerus attaches)


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Trapezius

See Exercises
{Trapezius p114}

{Trapezius p114}

 

{Trapezius P115}

{Trapezius P115}

{Tapezius p116}

{Tapezius p116}


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{Rotator Cuff-Infaspinatus, Supraspinatous & Teres Minor, Subscapularis}

{Rotator Cuff-Infaspinatus, Supraspinatous & Teres Minor, Subscapularis}

Rotator Cuff (S.I.T.S) Supraspinatus-Infraspinatous-Teres Minor-Subscapularis

See Exercises

{Rotator Cuff p120}

{Rotator Cuff p120}

{Rotator cuff muscles from 4 angles}

{Rotator cuff muscles from 4 angles}

{Rotator Cuff p 121}

{Rotator Cuff p 121}

{Infaspinatus & Teres Minor}

{Infaspinatus & Teres Minor}

{Supraspinatus p122}

{Supraspinatus p122}

{Supraspinatus sitting in the Supraspinatus Fossa}

{Supraspinatus sitting in the Supraspinatus Fossa}

 

{Subsacpularis p 123}

{Subsacpularis p 123}

{Subscapularis This is the back part of the shoulder blade (Scapula). We are seeing it from the front of the chest with the ribs removed. Notice the entire scapula is occupied and it attaches to the front (Anterior) portion of the head of the Humerus}

{Subscapularis This is the back part of the shoulder blade (Scapula). We are seeing it from the front of the chest with the ribs removed. Notice the entire scapula is occupied and it attaches to the front (Anterior) portion of the head of the Humerus}

 

{Rotator Cuff p124}

{Rotator Cuff p124}

{Infraspinatus / Teres Monor p 125}

{Infraspinatus / Teres Monor p 125}

{ Infraspinatus and teres monor}

{ Infraspinatus and Teres Monor}

 

{Rotator Cuff Exercises p 126}

{Rotator Cuff Exercises p 126}

{Rotator Cuff p127}

{Rotator Cuff p127}

 

 

 


Deltoid- Shoulder Muscle 

See Exercises

(Also See Rotator Cuff Injuries)

{Deltoid Page 118}

{Deltoid Page 118}

{Deltoid in 3d. Notice the 3 different fiber arrangements that are separating the deltoid into the three regions Front-Side-Back (Anterior-Lateral-Posterior}

{Deltoid in 3d. Notice the 3 different fiber arrangements that are separating the deltoid into the three regions Front-Side-Back (Anterior-Lateral-Posterior}

{Deltoid muscle split up into its 3 regions according to the direction the fibers run. Front-Side-Rear (Anterior-Lateral-Posterior}

{Deltoid muscle split up into its 3 regions according to the direction the fibers run. Front-Side-Rear (Anterior-Lateral-Posterior}

{Deltoids p119}

{Deltoids p119}

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Deltoid Page 120

 

 


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