transversospinalis

transversospinalis

(trăns-vĕr″sō-spī-nā′lĭs) [L. transversus, turned across, + spina, thorn]
Semispinalis capitis, semispinalis cervicis.
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Thus, the muscle chain of the external oblique muscle from one part continues with the fiber direction of the internal oblique from the opposite side and in the back side of the trunk it continues with the transversospinalis system on the same side (Nenciu, 2005).
Works on: This exercise strengthens the gluteus maximus, hamstrings, multifidus and transversospinalis.
Low back muscles: The erector spinae group (spinalis longissimus and iliocostalis), the transversospinalis group (multifidi, rotators, and semispinalis), and the quadratus lumborum, comprise the posterior extrinsic and intrinsic support groups.
Low Back: The erector spinae group (spinalis, longissimus, and iliocostalis), the transversospinalis group (multifidi, rotatores, and semispinalis), and the quadratus, lumborum, are important muscles in this area.

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