Sitting and accessing these enjoyably will involve flexing 4 muscle groups during a 4 minute pose in this heartfelt position.

Gastrocnemius forms the major bulk at the back of lower leg and is a very powerful muscle. It is a two joint orGastrocnemius forms the major bulk at the back of lower leg and is a very powerful muscle. It is a two joint or biarticular muscle and has two heads and runs from back of knee to the heel. The definitive shape of the calf is as a result of the medial and lateral heads of the gastrocnemius, which are situated at the posterior, upper half of the lower leg. With the soleus and plantaris, they form a composite muscle called the triceps surae. The two heads of the muscle form the lower boundaries of the popliteal fossa.[1] muscle and has two heads and runs from back of knee to the heel. The definitive shape of the calf is as a result of the medial and lateral heads of the gastrocnemius, which are situated at the posterior, upper half of the lower leg. With the soleus and plantaris, they form a composite muscle called the triceps surae. The two heads of the muscle form the lower boundaries of the popliteal fossa.[

I like to claim the inspiration for this piece from learning and putting futhur meaning to “Biarticular”1]

as it has the word “Art”. That is what it is and that’s what it entails while working these two lower hearts !!!

3 thoughts on “Sitting and accessing these enjoyably will involve flexing 4 muscle groups during a 4 minute pose in this heartfelt position.

  1. Since I am basically bedridden these days, this idea of flexing these muscle groups was just given to me by my P. T.
    So this blog is so relative for me today. I can flex these muscle groups while laying down and feeling like it is a lower heart like David suggests makes this so much more delicious.

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    1. That describes the feeling of at lower muscles… “Delicious”

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