Supination is the opposite of pronation.
It was not until 1713, that this movement was re-discovered by William Cheselden, and subsequently recorded for the medical community, being rewritten several times by different authors wishing to present information to different audiences. Nevertheless, the most notable recent expansion upon Cheselden's recordings was achieved by Guillaume Duchenne in 1867 in a journal named Physiology of Motion, something which to this day is one of the major references on supination action of the biceps brachii.
US Patent Issued on Nov. 1 for "Weightlifting Apparatus for Pronation and Supination Exercises" (New Jersey Inventor)
Nov 05, 2011; ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 5 -- United States Patent no. 8,047,973, issued on Nov. 1. "Weightlifting Apparatus for Pronation and...
Wipo Publishes Patent of Bonutti Research, Peter M. Bonutti, Boris P. Bonutti, Kevin R. Ruholl and Glen a Phillips for "Pronation/ supination Orthosis and Method" (American Inventors)
Mar 25, 2013; GENEVA, March 25 -- Publication No. WO/2013/040350 was published on March 21.Title of the invention: "PRONATION/supination...