The Six Fundamental Movements of Major Body Segments

The six fundamental movements of major body segments are flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, rotation, and circumduction. Flexion is decreasing the angle between body segments, an example being a bicep curl whenever the wrist is moving closer to the shoulder. When the wrist is let back down away from the shoulder it is called extension, or … Continue reading The Six Fundamental Movements of Major Body Segments

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