Sabine & Posterior Muscular System


Posterior Muscular System.

Depicted on the sculpture Abduction of a Sabine Woman by Giambologna
From the “Renaissance Collection”. The design has intentionally been set up as a classic renaissance art poster that only on second glance reveals itself as educational anatomy and physiology artwork. The visibility of the numbered indicators has furthermore been minimally designed to advance this deception.

The posterior muscular system refers to the group of muscles located at the back of the body. These muscles include the trapezius, latissimus dorsi, erector spinae, and gluteus maximus, among others. They play a crucial role in maintaining posture, producing movements such as extension and hyperextension, and providing stability and support to the spine. Strengthening and conditioning these muscles can help improve overall back health and prevent injuries.

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