Alan Parsons Project
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The famous pre-game intro song for the Chicago Bulls. “Annnnnddd noow …”
Remember with the booming voice of official announcer Ray Clay, there was an animation of bulls heading through the City of Chicago toward the Chicago Stadium — now the United Center. The background music was Alan Parsons Project’s Sirius.
Glutes and gastrocnemius muscles help your vertical jump. But there is a calf muscle that helps foot and ankle stability and helps you perform better in the ready stance. This muscle helps you stabilize the foot and ankle. And it gives your lower legs more stability when you are in a ready position with slightly bent knees. The Seated Calf Raise Exercise focuses on this muscle. Find out why the Seated Calf Raise Exercise is important for sports performance and what muscle it especially stresses on CoolFitnessGifts.com