Kyle Leon Review- oblique direction from bottom to top
Lower back serratus is located under the latissimus dorsi muscle. It is projected in an oblique direction from bottom to top and lateral to the spinous processes of two lower thoracic vertebrae and two upper lumbar vertebrae to the 9-12th ribs http://www.kyleleonscamreview.com/
In the upper part of the back of the torso under the trapezius and rhomboid muscles located partly emplastic (or belt) muscle that goes up and lateral to the spinous processes of the five lower cervical and upper six thoracic vertebrae to the occipital bone and the mastoid process.
The upper part of this muscle can be shown in the gap between the edge of the mastoid muscle and trapezius muscle.
From the back muscles are well contoured and even visible just under the skin muscle rectifier spine. To a greater extent it is visible in the middle and lower parts of the rear surface of the body on either side of the back of the midline of the body (right and left sides of the spinous processes of the vertebrae) http://www.kyleleonscamreview.com/
When walking on the spot can be seen as the voltage changes alternately left and right muscles, increasing isolation from the support legs and decreasing when setting it is supported.
The contours of the deep muscles of the back and even show their projection on a person is very difficult, so we need to consider only their projections on the skeleton.
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