One of the great tendons situated in each side of the ham, or space back of the knee, and connected with the muscles of the back of the thigh.
To lame or disable by cutting the tendons of the ham or knee; to hough; hence, to cripple; to incapacitate; to disable.
Muscle running from the buttocks to behind the knee. Often injured as a result of improper conditioning or lack of muscle flexibility. Muscle responsible for flexing the knee joint.
one of the tendons at the back of the knee
cripple by cutting the hamstring
Group of three muscles on the back of the thigh. Heart Rate Control (HRC) A feature on some cardiovascular fitness equipment in which the user puts on a heart rate monitor and the console relays to the user what his or her heart rate is during the workout.
Large muscle along the back of the upper leg; extends from above the hip to below the knee.
Category of muscle that runs from the buttocks to the knee along the back of the thigh. It functions to flex the knee and is often times injured as a result of improper conditioning or lack of muscle flexibility.
A long group of three muscles in the back of your thigh that runs hip to knee. "Hams" for short.
The hamstring is any of the tendons at the back of the thigh; they attach the five hamstring muscles to their insertions on the bones of the lower leg.
The muscle at the back of thigh which is stretched when bending forward in a pike position with the leg straight.
Muscles located at the back of the thigh that bend the knee and swing the leg backward from the hip.
The muscle group that is located in the back of the thigh region.
In human anatomy, a hamstring refers to one of the tendons that makes up the borders of the space behind the knee. In modern anatomical contexts, however, they usually refer to the tendons of the semitendinosus, the semimembranosus, and the biceps femoris. In quadrupeds, it refers to the single large tendon found behind the knee or comparable area.