Influência da porção extensora do músculo glúteo máximo sobre a inclinação da pelve antes e depois da realização de um protocolo de fadiga

@article{Alvim2010InflunciaDP,
  title={Influ{\^e}ncia da porç{\~a}o extensora do m{\'u}sculo gl{\'u}teo m{\'a}ximo sobre a inclinaç{\~a}o da pelve antes e depois da realizaç{\~a}o de um protocolo de fadiga},
  author={Felipe Costa Alvim and Jennifer Granja Peixoto and Eduardo Jos{\'e} Danza Vicente and Paula Silva de Carvalho Chagas and Diogo Sim{\~o}es Fonseca},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Fisioterapia},
  year={2010},
  volume={14},
  pages={206-213}
}
INTRODUCTION: There is a lack of data in the literature for determining the influences of the extensor portion of the gluteus maximus muscle on pelvic tilting and, thus, on lumbar stability. OBJECTIVES: To assess the influences of the extensor portion of the gluteus maximus muscle on pelvic tilt. METHODS: Ten healthy young subjects were recruited, with a body mass index (BMI) below 24.9 kg/m2 and leg length discrepancy below 1 cm. The BMI, pelvic perimeter and lower-limb lengths were assessed… Expand
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