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     Fitness Tips For 9/27/2006 
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Hamstring Exercises for Hamstring Development
By Zach Bashore

Just like any part of the legs, the hamstrings muscle is an often 
neglected muscle group. Again, prior knowledge dramatically influences
a person's decision to train them. This article is going to look into
the basics of the hamstring muscles and exercises that can be performed
to make them look better. You are also going to learn why the hamstrings
are the most prone to injury and common injuries that occur with having 
underdeveloped hamstrings.

The hamstrings are the muscles that run from behind and below your 
knees, to the backs of your thighs, to the bones that you use to sit 
down on. They consist of five major muscles. The psoas major and minor, 
and the iliacus all help with flexion and lateral roatation. The 
semitendinosus and semimembranosus both allow for extension, and the 
rectus femoris allows for flexion. It is very important that you learn 
the different sections that make up the hamstring muscles if you want to 
reach your maximum potential.

he hamstrings become active with the completion of knee flexion when 
the knees are extended or through the completion of hip extension when 
the knees are more flexed. Despite the importance of exercising your 
hamstrings, there are very few exercises that primarily emphasize the 
quadriceps muscle. The selection of exercises performed will depend on 
what type of equipment that is available to you. If you have no 
equipment, you can do bodyweight exercise such as bridges and flutter 
kicks. Since most of the exercises you perform target other muscle 
groups as well, you should train hamstrings on the same day as your 
quads and lower back to reduce the chance of overtraining. The best 
exercises for this type of split are leg curls, the dumbbell lunges, 
romanian deadlift, and the stiff-legged dumbbell deadlift.

Underdevelopment of the hamstrings is the main cause of hamstring 
inflexibility and that is not the only problem associated with 
underdeveloped hammies. Stiff hamstrings can cause poor posture and 
not allow you to bend over completely. Knee pain, torn cartilage in 
your knees, and wearing of cartilage behind your knee cap are also 
caused from stiff hamstrings. For these reasons, it is very important 
that you stretch before and after your workout. Stretching is boring 
and very time consuming but the results are well worth it in the long 
run. Massage therapy is another thingyou should consider if you are 
currently suffering from stiff hamstrings.

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