buttocks

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buttocks

[′bəd·əks]
(anatomy)
The two fleshy parts of the body posterior to the hip joints.
(engineering)
(naval architecture)
The convex part of the stern end of a ship above the water line. Also known as counter.
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These ES shorts are made of partially elastic Lycra material containing flat embedded surface electrodes with built-in leads connected to the portable stimulator to noninvasively activate the gluteal muscles and hamstrings.
Hunger, gluteal muscles, kidneys, cold feet and boredom all conspire to end a sit prematurely.
Her exam revealed tight muscle cords and spasms from thoracic spine musculature diffusely down to her piriformis/ gluteal muscles.
The majority of the weight is distributed to the core muscles of the hips and waist and rests on the top of the gluteal muscles, padded with a cushion of air.
Throughout the day, contract your abdominal and gluteal muscles, and hold them for a few seconds, then release.
But a scan yesterday revealed a grade two tear in one of his gluteal muscles, and he has been pulled out of Delhi's 15-man squad on medical grounds.
But a scan on Monday revealed a grade two tear in one of his gluteal muscles, and he has been pulled out of Delhi's 15-man squad on medical grounds.
The scan showed a grade two tear in one of his gluteal muscles and he was subsequently pulled out of Delhi's 15-man squad.
The design works the gluteal muscles and helps strengthen the lower back, Foley said.
But a specialist in Edinburgh discovered his pain was linked to a problem with his gluteal muscles.
Posteriorly, the gluteal muscles and their fascia are attached, with innervation from the lumbosacral plexus via the gluteal nerves.
The gluteal muscles, the quadriceps, calves, anterior deltoids of the shoulders, and erector spinae are the most important drive phase muscles for acceleration.