Selective activation of the latissimus dorsi and the inferior fibers of trapezius at various shoulder angles during isometric pull-down exertion.

@article{Park2013SelectiveAO,
  title={Selective activation of the latissimus dorsi and the inferior fibers of trapezius at various shoulder angles during isometric pull-down exertion.},
  author={Se-Yeon Park and Won-gyu Yoo},
  journal={Journal of electromyography and kinesiology : official journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={
          1350-5
        }
}
  • Se-Yeon Park, W. Yoo
  • Published 1 December 2013
  • Biology
  • Journal of electromyography and kinesiology : official journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology

Figures and Tables from this paper

Electromyographic assessment of isometric and dynamic activation characteristics of the latissimus dorsi muscle.

Variations in upper limb and trunk muscles activation during isometric exercises with or without exertion of control

TLDR
This novel isometric exercise can increase the scapular muscles in the intermediate range of the glenohumeral joint and may assist in improving sport performance, in preventing injuries and in rehabilitation following musculoskeletal injuries.

Shrug exercises combined with shoulder abduction improve scapular upward rotator activity and scapular alignment in subjects with scapular downward rotation impairment.

Muscle recruitment during plyometric exercises in overhead athletes with and without shoulder pain.

Outcomes of the lower trapezius muscle activities during various narrow-base push-up exercises.

TLDR
The narrow-base push-up is considered a suitable exercise for strengthening the lower trapezius muscle regardless of support surfaces.

Normalising surface EMG of ten upper-extremity muscles in handcycling: Manual resistance vs. sport-specific MVICs.

Dynamic in vivo glenohumeral kinematics during scapular plane abduction in healthy shoulders.

TLDR
Improvements in superior/inferior translation and external/internal rotation of the humerus relative to the scapula during scapular plane abduction are measured to serve as a preliminary foundation for quantifying pathomechanics in the presence of glenohumeral joint disorders.

Functional Anatomy of the Latissimus Dorsi

TLDR
This chapter will give an overview of the structural and functional anatomy of the normal latissimus dorsi and teres major with its neurovascular supply, as well as the functional anatomy related to the transferred tendon.

Terapia de juicio de lateralidad e imaginería de movimiento y ejercicios de activación muscular selectiva glenohumerales en sujetos con ruptura masiva del manguito rotador: serie de casos

TLDR
Describing changes in pain and shoulder function following a 6-week program of lateral-imaging and motion imaging therapy and selective glenohumeral activation exercises in subjects with massive rotator cuff tears is described.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 29 REFERENCES

Selective recruitment of the lower fibers of the trapezius muscle.

Effect of isometric horizontal abduction on pectoralis major and serratus anterior EMG activity during three exercises in subjects with scapular winging.

  • K. ParkHeon-seock CynnC. YiO. Kwon
  • Education
    Journal of electromyography and kinesiology : official journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology
  • 2013

Variations in muscle activation levels during traditional latissimus dorsi weight training exercises: An experimental study.

TLDR
Variations in latissimus dorsi exercises are capable of producing small changes in the myoelectric activity of the primary movers.

Voluntary Increase in Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Activity During the Lat Pull-Down Following Expert Instruction

TLDR
The results show that untrained individuals can voluntarily increase the activity of a specified muscle group during the performance of a multijoint resistance exercise, but the increase probably does not represent “isolation” of the muscle group through voluntary reduction of activity in complementary agonist muscles.

A Comparative Electromyographical Investigation of Muscle Utilization Patterns Using Various Hand Positions During the Lat Pull‐down

TLDR
Performance of the lat pulldown exercise using the WGA hand position produces greater muscle activity in the LD than any other hand position during both the concentric or eccentric phases of the movement.

Activation of shoulder muscles in healthy men and women under isometric conditions.

Relative Balance of Serratus Anterior and Upper Trapezius Muscle Activity during Push-Up Exercises

TLDR
Clinical selection of exercises for improving scapular control should consider both maximum serratus activation and upper trapezius/serratus anterior ratios and the push-up plus is an optimal exercise.

Electromyographic analysis in patients with multidirectional shoulder instability during pull, forward punch, elevation and overhead throw

TLDR
Results suggest that the centralization of the glenohumeral joint and the reduction of instability are attempted to be ensured by the organism through increasing the role of rotator cuff muscles and decreasing the roles of the deltoid, biceps brachii and pectoralis maior muscles.

Kinematic and muscle activity characteristics of multidirectional shoulder joint instability during elevation

TLDR
The anterior, posterior, and inferior dislocations of shoulders with multidirectional instability could be properly modeled by the relative displacement between the rotation centers of the scapula and humerus.

Electromyographic Analysis of Three Different Types of Lat Pull-Down

TLDR
FNL is the better choice, whereas BNL is not a good lat pull-down technique and should be avoided, and V-bar could be used as an alternative.