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How to Use Strength & Cardio Machines

Seated Lat Pull DownThis page has links to “how to videos” on using different types of strength machine. For the most part, when demonstrating the adjustments on one machine, they are basically the same on all the others, they just look different. Most machines have adjustments on the levers and the seats. Soon, I will have more descriptive videos and not these tools you are going to watch.

 

Cybex https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gj0QuaI5_k&list=PLC74F82899415FC89&index=9

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How to use cardio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rqJXw79zuE

How to run on a treadmill

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWKjfrXDUgM

How to adjust cable equipment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oMJVvUCfBI


How to Use Strength & Cardio Machines

Seated Lat Pull DownThis page has links to “how to videos” on using different types of strength machine. For the most part, when demonstrating the adjustments on one machine, they are basically the same on all the others, they just look different. Most machines have adjustments on the levers and the seats. Soon, I will have more descriptive videos and not these tools you are going to watch.

 

Cybex https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gj0QuaI5_k&list=PLC74F82899415FC89&index=9

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How to use cardio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rqJXw79zuE

How to run on a treadmill

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWKjfrXDUgM

How to adjust cable equipment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oMJVvUCfBI


{Deltoid}

{Deltoid-Flexion & Adduction of the shoulder joint.}

{Deltoid- Three Fiber Arrangements-Anterior, Posterior, Lateral, you need to pick one movement for each fiber arrangement}

{Deltoid- Three Fiber Arrangements-Anterior, Posterior, Lateral, you need to pick one movement for each fiber arrangement}

(Remember, the Deltoid has three different fiber arrangements Anterior, Lateral and Posterior. You need to pick one movement for each fiber arrangement}

 

 

{Deltoid Shoulder Movements}

{Deltoid Shoulder Movements}

{Rear DB Deltoid Raise}

{Rear DB Deltoid Raise}

{Deltoid Shoulder Movements}

{Lateral Deltoid Shoulder Movements}


Foot & Ankle Bones

 

Bones to remember:

1.Talus Bone

2.Tibia, Fibula, and Talus bones all form the ankle joint.

3.The heal bone is called the Calcaneus.

4.The toe bones are called the Metatarsals & Phalanges

5. Navicular

6. Cuboid

This illustration shows the Tibia, Fibula connection to the Talus Bone forming the ankle joint.

This illustration shows the Tibia, Fibula connection to the Talus Bone forming the ankle joint.

Bones of the foot separated and labled

Bones of the foot separated and labled

 

Bones of foot and ankle labeled

Bones of foot and ankle labeled

Foot bone from side view-Try to label them without looking at the other illustrations.

Foot bone from side view-Try to label them without looking at the other illustrations.


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Humerus, Radius & Ulna

Bones to remember:

    1. Humerus Bone
    2. Head of the Humerus
    3. Lessor & Great Tubrecule
    4. Deltoid Tuberosity (Where the deltoid muscle connects)
    5. Medial & Lateral Epicondyles
    6. Forearm bones Radius & Ulna
Humerus Bone

Humerus Bone


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{Skeletal Introduction p156}

{Skeletal Introduction p156}

{Skeletal back  front Anterior  Posterior) Views}

{Skeleton back & front views (Anterior Posterior)}

 

{Skeletal Introduction p157}

{Skeletal Introduction Cervical-Thoracic-Lumbar p157}

{Low Back (Lumbar) spine and discs Front View (Anterior View)}

{Low Back (Lumbar) spine and discs Front View (Anterior View)}

{Low Back( Lumbar) Spine and Disc}

{Low Back( Lumbar) Spine and Disc}

{Vertebral Column (Spine) Diagram showing Vertebra Groups ( Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral )}

{Vertebral Column (Spine) Diagram showing Vertebra Groups ( Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral )}

{Skeletal P158}

{Skeletal P158}

 

{Skeletal Sacrum}

{Skeletal Sacrum}

{Skeletal Coccyx bone is the ending tail like structure)

{Coccyx bone is the ending tail like structure}

{Skeletal Introduction p159}

{Skeletal Introduction p159}

{Ex-ray of Scoliosis curve in Lumbar}

{Ex-ray of Scoliosis curve in Lumbar}

{Under portion of the skull showing Foramen Magnum the entry point for the cervical vertebrae to the brain}

{Under portion of the skull showing Foramen Magnum the entry point for the cervical vertebrae to the brain}

{Cervical spine in red}

{Cervical spine in red}

{Skeletal Introduction p160}

{Skeletal Introduction p160}

{Spine disc differences showing normal-degenerative-bulging-herniated-thinning }

{Spine disc differences showing normal-degenerative-bulging-herniated-thinning }

{Fibular Peronius Longus connecting to the Tibia Bone }

{Fibular Peronius Longus connecting to the Tibia Bone}


{ Skull with Names}

{ Skull with Names}

 

  1.    The bones to remember are:

1- Parietal Bone

2- Frontal Bone

3- Occipital Bone

4- Zygomatic Bone

5- Maxillary Bone

6- Mandible

7- Foramen Magnum opening to the skull
 

{Skeletal l Skull test Mandibal}

{Skull Mandibal}

{Skull maxilary }

{Skull maxilary }

{Skeleton Skull Showing Foramen Magnum}

{Under portion of the Skull showing Foramen Magnum which is the opening for the spine to connect to the brain}

 

 

 


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MUSCLES BEING WORKED

{Pectoralis Minor}

{Pectoralis Minor}

{Deltoid in 3d with the 3 different fiber arrangements}

{Deltoid in 3d with the 3 different fiber arrangements}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p192}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p192}

{Pectoralis Major}

{Pectoralis Major}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p193}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p193}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p194}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p194}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p195}

{Bodyman Chest Workout p195}

 

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{Chest Shoulder Day p179}

{Chest Shoulder Day p178}

{Chest Shoulder Day p178}

{Pectoralis Major and Minor p130}

{Pectoralis Major and Minor p130}

{Pectoralis Major}

{Pectoralis Major}


Levator Scapula (Stiff Neck)

Levator Scapula (Stiff Neck)

{Levator Scapula p116}

{Levator Scapula p116}

{Levator Scapula p117}

{Levator Scapula p117}

{Cervical spine pain indicator in red}

{Cervical spine pain indicator in red}

{Leavator Scapula close up}

{Leavator Scapula close up}


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Ad-ductors

See Exercises

  • Pectineus

  • Gracilis

  • Adductor Longus- Magnus and Brevis

{Adductors p148}

{Adductors p148}

{Adductors Con't p149}

{Adductors Con’t p149}


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