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Skeletal Muscle Frontal View
Deltoid & Biceps are muscles used
to swing arms at the shoulder while
running
Rectus abdominus or
abdominal muscles are part
of the core muscle group that
keeps our bodies erect during
running
Quadraceps or Quads are
part of the essential muscle
group that help swing our
legs back and forth and help
push off during running
Skeletal Muscle Back View
1. Occipitalis
22. Vatus Lateralis
2. Semispinalis Capitis
23. Graciis
3. Splenius Capitis
24. Adductor Magnus
4. Sternocleidomastoid
25. Biceps Femoris
5. Trapezius
26. Semitendinosus
6. Deltiod
27. Semimembranosus
7. Teres Minor
28. Gastocnemius
8. Teres Major
29. Soleus
9. Triceps Brachii
30. Peroneus Longus
10. Latissimus Dorsi
Longus
31. Flexor Digitorum
11. Brachioradialis
Longus
32. Extensor Digitorum
12. Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
13. Anconeus
Numbers 10,18,19 are part of
the core muscle group that
keeps our bodies erect during
running
14. Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
15. Extensor Digitorum
16. Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
17 Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
18. Erector Spinae
Numbers 25,26,27 are the
Hamstring muscle group that
are used to swing legs back
and forth and are vital in
running and jumping.
Numbers 6-9 are all muscle
used to keep arms
swinging back and forth
while running
19. Internal & External Oblique
Numbers 28,29,30 are the calf
and achilles muscle and
tendon group that are used to
swing legs back and forth and
help legs push off during
running and jumping.
20. Gluteus Medius & Gluteus Minimus (underneath
Gluteus Medius)
21. Gluteus Maximus