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LESSON 6
Joint Movement
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Joint Movement – Pg 10? In your booklet
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 Things you need to know –
 Type of joint
 Joint Movement
 Agonist Muscle
 Antagonist Muscle
For each Movement the muscles involved are the same – it is
never a trick e.g Arm flexion and extension only ever involves 2
muscles!
SO…..
You MUST learn this sheet.
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 Complete Movements and Their muscles Worksheet.
 You can use your notes to help you.
 When finished. Get an answer sheet from your
teacher for your group to mark their work.
Flexion and Extension at Different Joints
Hip Joint
Ball and Socket
Movement
Flexion
Movement
Extension
Agonist
Hip Flexor
Quadriceps
Agonist
Gluteus Maximus
Antagonist
Gluteus Maximus
Antagonist
Hip Flexor
Quadriceps
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Elbow Joint
Hinge
Movement
Flexion
Movement
Extension
Agonist
Biceps brachii
Agonist
Triceps brachii
Antagonist
Triceps brachii Antagonist
Shoulder Joint
Ball and Socket
Movement
Flexion
Movement
Extension
Agonist
Pectoralis Major
Deltoid
Agonist
Lattisimus Dorsi
Deltoid
Antagonist
Lattisimus Dorsi
Deltoid
Antagonist
Pectoralis Major
Deltoid
Biceps brachii
Knee Joint
Hinge
Movement
Flexion
Movement
Extension
Agonist
Hamstrings
Agonist
Quadriceps
Antagonist
Quadriceps
Antagonist
Hamstrings
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Ankle Joint
Hinge
Movement
Planta flexion
Movement
Dorsi flexion
Agonist
Gastrocnemius
Agonist
Tibialis Anterior
Antagonist
Tibialis Anterior
Antagonist
Gastrocnemius
Wrist Joint Gliding
Movement
Flexion
Movement
Extension
Agonist
Wrist Flexors
Agonist
Wrist Extensors
Antagonist
Wrist Extensors
Antagonist
Wrist Flexors
Activities
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Exercise – Bicep Curl
Joint – _____________
Movement – Elbow Flexion
Agonist – ____________
Antagonist – Triceps Brachii
 Complete page 40 of learning work book naming the
agonist and antagonist muscles.