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RELATIONS MERIDIAN-MUSCLE-ORGAN

Excerpt from the book "holistic physiology of the human body"

/> MERIDIAN-MUSCLE-ORGAN relationships exist in applied kinesiology muscle with the meridians, in this case we are going to outline the heart.
HEART
The maximum activation of the heart meridian is from 11:00 to 13:00.
In the evolutionary process, once we took the fuel to move (the food), cleaved in its essential components to be reused, we need an organ that allows us to send substances throughout the body.
Here we find precisely the heart to carry out this immense amount of work, to allow these particles to advance with its thrust pump. The body has created a specific muscle to allow this switchover, even at the physical level. The associated muscle to the heart meridian is the subscapularis. Such
muscle derives from almost the entire inner surface of the scapula and attaches itself on the front surface to the lower tubercle of the humerus and on the most 'low anterior capsule of the shoulder.
The subscapularis performs the following action: is the main internal rotator of the humerus and its contraction during abduction stabilizes the humerus in the glenoid cavity. It is the main muscle that use the swimmers in the freestyle stroke, for ¾ of it: therefore allows the forward propulsion of the athlete's body.
The time of maximum activation of the heart (between 11 and 13), those in which we should do physical activity of aerobic type. In doing so we will help our hearts to better distribute the split substances and put into circulat

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