In today’s video, let’s have a look at Stretching the Rectus Femoris Hip Flexor. Enjoy!
The rectus femoris of the quadriceps femoris group is the only quadricep muscle that crosses the hip joint. The rectus femoris crosses the hip joint anteriorly with a vertical direction to its fibers, so it flexes the thigh at the hip joint and it anteriorly tilts the pelvis at the hip joint.
(Click here for the blog post article: Psoas Major Function: Hip Joint Actions – Sagittal Plane.)
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