quadriceps

IPA: kwˈɑdrʌsɛps

noun

  • (anatomy) A muscle having four heads, especially the large extensor at the front of the thigh.

Examples of "quadriceps" in Sentences

  • Ligament and quadriceps dominance.
  • It is an isolation exercise for the quadriceps.
  • The quadriceps is the big muscle in the front of your thigh.
  • All four quadriceps are powerful extensors of the knee joint.
  • The rectus femoris, a large muscle in the quadriceps, is typical.
  • For the rest of the season, he suffered from a quadriceps injury.
  • In the knee the quadriceps and patellar tendon can sometimes tear.
  • A wall sit is an exercise done to strengthen the quadriceps muscles.
  • A 'wall sit' is an exercise done to strengthen the quadriceps muscles.
  • For example, the leg extension is an isolation exercise for the quadriceps.
  • For example, the 'leg extension' is an isolation exercise for the quadriceps.
  • Severe weakness of the quadriceps is a defining feature of several neuromuscular disorders.
  • The quadriceps is the big muscle in the front of your thigh that is responsible for lifting your body up and lowering it down.
  • When you bend over at the waist, your psoas is disengaged and you have to lift the weight of your leg with your quadriceps, which is more work.

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