You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘biotensegrity’ tag.

Look at the pictures and you will see how clever the shape of the trapezius is. It’s diamond shaped for a reason. It bring together the spine, shoulder girdle and cranium. That’s a smart and daring design which holds these relationships in biotensegrity. The shoulders are a major juggling act that need support ~ shoulder blades that float in muscle, shoulder joints that are spectacularly flexible and a whole upper limb configuration that hinges literally off the small sternoclavicular joint. You can see why the body needs the trapezius. And needs one that is functional.

Read the rest of this entry »

Share this blog

Bookmark and Share

Buy the book at Singing Dragon

Out Now!

Archive

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 978 other followers

Other books by Ged Sumner

Steve is staying with Twitter

Top rated posts

List of All Posts