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Analysis of EMG activity in the unloaded squat, has demonstrated that, while gluteus maximus is active throughout the entire squat, it is most active from 90-60[degrees] of hip flexion during the ascent phase.
These included the quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteus maximus, posterior adductor magnus, and erector spinae bilaterally, which were all activated by the implanted stimulator.
BFR-walk (n=9) Pre Post Age (yr) 21.4 (2.1) Body weight (kg) 63.9 (4.6) 64.3 (4.5) Muscle volume ([cm.sup.3]) Thigh 3456 (135) 3580 (120) * Lower leg 1345 (67) 1392 (80) * Iliopsoas 225 (14) 229 (15) # Gluteus maximus 722 (29) 717 (27) Muscle CSA ([cm.sup.2]) L4-L5 102 (4) 101 (4) CON-walk (n=8) Pre Post Age (yr) 21.1 (1.9) Body weight (kg) 68.0 (8.9) 67.8 (9.0) Muscle volume ([cm.sup.3]) Thigh 3667 (248) 3654 (247) Lower leg 1405 (109) 1398 (109) Iliopsoas 228 (11) 229 (11) Gluteus maximus 783(60) 771 (55) Muscle CSA ([cm.sup.2]) L4-L5 113 (6) 110 (7) Pre, before training; Post, after training; L4-L5, lumber 4-5.
Total fecal incontinence- A new method of gluteus maximus transposition: preliminary results and report of previous experience withsimilar procedures.
Table-II: The mean (SD) of the resting thickness of the latissimus dorsi, gluteus maximus, transverse abdominus and internal oblique between the ipsilateral side and contra lateral side of dysfunction.
According to the data presented here, BHT exercise can induce a high neuromuscular activity of the hip extensor muscles, especially the gluteus maximus, in comparison with the more traditional exercises.
Short T1 inversion recovery sequences were used to assess the degree of edema (0-5 scale).[14] Edema and fatty infiltration scores were calculated in the gluteus maximus and thigh muscles (vastus intermedius, vastus medialis, vastus lateralis, rectus femoris, biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus, adductor magnus, sartorius, long adductor, and gracilis).
Figure 2: MRI of pelvis showing innumerable small low signal foci throughout the gluteus maximus and overlying subcutaneous fat bilaterally.
The PHE test was originally described as a means of assessing for the presence of a motor control impairment associated with the gluteus maximus in individuals with LBP.
A literature review of studies evaluating gluteus maximus and gluteus medius activation during rehabilitation exercises.
Maximum and mean amplitudes were highest in vastus lateralis followed by gastrocnemius and gluteus maximus in all four squat positions.