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Anatomy & Physiology Videos

David Weintraub, anatomy, physiology,

Owner, David Weintraub, LMT received his massage therapy education at the Finger Lakes School of Massage in Ithaca, NY in 2007. He then received his life coaching education during a year-long intensive with Accomplishment Coaching in 2013.

By David Weintraub

Did you know there are at least 18 muscles that affect your hip joint? Or that your rotator cuff is actually a group of 4 muscles? You don’t need to obtain a medical degree to know all about the body. In fact, learning some basic anatomy and physiology can be useful in enhancing your work outs- and even help prevent Injury!

BWDW TV has a series of Anatomy and Physiology videos that explain how your body actually works. If you are struggling with tension and pain in certain areas, you may not be targeting the root of the problem. And these videos can assist you with finding just where the discomfort is coming from. We have videos on the hip sockets and hamstrings, to the core and psoas muscles, to the shoulder and rotator cuff.

Anatomy and Physiology Videos- Click Here To Learn More about:

  • Hip Socket Anatomy 101
  • Side Body Anatomy 101
  • Rotator Cuff Anatomy 101
  • Pectoralis Anatomy 101
  • Quads Anatomy 101
  • Adductor Anatomy 101
  • Small Glute Anatomy 101
  • Lats Anatomy 101
  • Hamstring Anatomy 101
  • Calves Anatomy 101
  • Anterior Neck Anatomy 101
  • Psoas Anatomy 101
  • Posterior Neck 101
  • The Stretch Reflex Proprioceptor
  • Core Structure 101
  • Shoulder and Rotator Cuff 102 & 103
  • Hamstring and Posterior Chain 102
  • Psoas 102

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