ADL Swimmingin Other (Other) by dgp
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Nancy Taban Kinesiology 230 October 20,2019
Description: Swimming a low-impact sport that embody a wide range of muscle groups and most of the muscles are worked differently. For that reason, the risk of injuries is very low, and the benefits are numerous.
Muscles developed during: Neck: Sternocleidomastoid (neck muscle) Deltoid and shoulder muscles: to help the hands have proper entry in water and to reach out farther. Forearm muscles are worked when pulling in water for more propulsion. Ex: Core abdominal and lower back muscles that keep the body solid in streamlined positions in water. Ex: Trunk pectoralis, serratus anterior(side muscles), external oblique(outer abdominus), latissimus dorsi(back muscle), trapezius, spinus erectus(muscles that support...