Rectus Femoris

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Rectus Femoris Stretch - YouTube

In this video by http://www.AndrewHeming.com , I show how to stretch your rectus femoris - the problematic, 2-joint muscle at the front of your thigh.

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Rectus Femoris - Sports Injury Clinic

The Rectus Femoris is one of four quad muscles which all extend the knee. This is the only one which also crosses the hip joint and flexes the hip. Actions, origin ...

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Rectus Femoris - TeachPE.com

Origin, insertion, action, nerve supply (innervation) and daily uses of the Rectus Femoris muscle

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Rectus Femoris Active Isolated Stretch - YouTube

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Rectus Femoris - Definition - About.com Sports Medicine

Definition: The Rectus femoris muscle is one of the four quadriceps muscles that sits in the middle of the front of the thigh. It is responsible for knee ...

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Rectus femoris muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The rectus femoris muscle is one of the four quadriceps muscles of the human body. The others are the vastus medialis, the vastus intermedius (deep to the rectus ...

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Femoris - Microsurgeon.org

The rectus femoris muscle provides a large donor muscle with a consistent blood and nerve supply, providing a potential strong functional muscle, such as needed with ...

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rectus femoris - definition of rectus femoris in the ...

rectus femoris n. A muscle with origin from the ilium and the acetabulum, with insertion into a tendon of the quadriceps muscle of the thigh. rectus femoris, a ...

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Rectus Femoris Muscle | Actions | Attachments | Origin ...

A tutorial on the attachments, actions, and nerve supply of the rectus femoris muscle, using interactive animations and diagrams.

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Rectus Femoris — UW Radiology - University of Washington

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