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Flashcards in Squat assessments: Overactive/Underactive Muscles Deck (14):
1

Excessive forward lean, overactive muscles?

Soleus
Gastrocnemius
Hip flexor complex

2

Excessive forward lean, under active muscles?

Anterior tibialis
Gluteus Maximus
Erector spinae

3

Low back arches (anterior pelvic tilt), overactive muscles?

Hip flexor complex
Erector Spinae
Lat Dorsi

4

Low back arches (anterior pelvic tilt), underactive muscles?

Gluteus Maximus
Hamstring complex
Intrinsic core stabilizers

5

Low back rounds (posterior pelvic tilt), overactive muscles?

Hamstring complex
Rectus abdominis

6

Low back rounds (posterior pelvic tilt), underactive muscles?

Intrinsic core stabilizers
Gluteus Maximus
Erector spinae

7

Arms fall forward, overactive muscles?

Lat dorsi
Teres Major
Pec major/Minor

8

Arms fall forward, underactive muscles

Middle/lower traps
Rhomboids
Rotator cuff

9

Feet turn out, overactive muscles?

Soleus
Lateral gastrocnemius
Biceps femoris (short head)

10

Feet turn out, underactive muscles?

Medial gastrocnemius
Medial hamstring complex
Gracilis
Sartorius
Popliteus

11

Knees move inward, overactive muscles?

Adductor complex
Soleus
Gastrocnemius
Biceps femoris (short head)
TFL
Vastus lateralis

12

Knees move inward, underactive muscles?

Gluteus Maximus
Gluteus medius
Vastus medialis oblique (VMO)

13

Knees move outwards, overactive muscles?

Soleus
Gastrocnemius
Biceps femoris (short head)
Piriformis

14

Knees move outward, underactive muscles?

Gluteus Maximus
Adductors
Medial hamstring complex