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Origin: Anterior superior iliac spine and the region just below it.
: Proximal tibia, medial to tibial tuberosity. Two joint muscle.
Action(s): Flexes, abducts, and laterally rotates thigh at the hip, flexes leg at the knee. This muscle is affective as a hip flexor or as a knee flexor. It is weak when both actions take place at the same time.
Strengthening: To strengthen this muscles you should perform
that go through various ranges of
. Excersises involving strengthening through hip abduction or
, for example, will strengthen the Satorius. Stretching those same areas is also very important and will help strengthen.
Interesting/Fun Fact: A single cell in the Sartorius can be as long as 12 Inches.
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