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Muscles
Biceps
Triceps
Deltoids
Pectoralis major
Rectus abdominis
Rectus fermoris
Vastus lateralis
Vastus medialis
Vastus intermedius
Semimembranosus
Semitendinosus
Biceps femoris
Gastrocnemius
Soleus
Location
It lies on the upper arm
between the shoulder and
the elbow
Triceps are on the bottom
of the upper arm
The deltoid muscle is the
muscle forming the
rounded contour of the
shoulder
The pectoralis major
muscle is a large muscle in
the chest
They are paired muscles
running vertically on each
side of the anterior wall of
the human abdomen also
known as abs
This is one of the four
quadriceps muscles of the
human body
This is the largest part of
the quadriceps femoris
This is a muscle located
medially in the thigh it’s
one of the quadriceps and
its usually known as the
teardrop muscle
This is also one of the
quadriceps and this muscle
is under the rectus femoris
muscle
This is a muscle in the back
of the thigh and it is the
most medial of the three
hamstring muscles
This is a muscle in the back
of the thigh and it is also
one of the hamstrings
This is the muscle on the
back of thigh and it’s also
one of the three
hamstrings
This is in the back part of
the lower leg also known as
the calf
The soleus is a powerful
muscle in the back part of
the lower leg also known as
the calf
Function
It flexes the forearm at
the elbow and
supinates the forearm
The triceps extend the
lower arm
It abducts, flexes and
extends the upper arm
Origin
Scapula
Insertion point
Radius
Scapula and humerus
Ulna
Clavicle and scapula
Humerus
It flexes and abducts
the upper arm
Clavicle, sternum and
obliques
Humerus
It causes the flexion
and rotation of the
lumbar region of the
vertebrae
Pubis and crest
Rib cage
Extends the lower leg
and flexes the thigh
Ilium
Tibia and
patella
Extends the lower leg
and flexes the thigh
Extends the lower leg
and flexes the thigh
Femur
Tibia and
patella
Tibia and
patella
Extends the lower leg
and flexes the thigh
Femur
Tibia and
patella
Flexes the lower leg
and extends the thigh
Ischium
Fibula and
tibia
Flexes the lower leg
and extends the thigh
Ischium
Fibula and
tibia
Flexes the lower leg
and extends the thigh
Ischium
Fibula and
tibia
Plantar flexion of the
foot
Femur
Calcaneus
(heel bone)
Plantar flexion of the
foot
Tibia and fibula
Calcaneus
(heel bone)
Femur
Tibialis anterior
Erector spinae
Teres major
Trapezius
Latissimus dorsi
Oblique’s
Gluteus maximus
This is a muscle that
originates in the upper
two-thirds of the outside
surface of the tibia
This is a muscle group of
the back
Dorsi flexion of the
foot
Tibia
Metatarsals
Extension of the spine
Sacrum, ribcage and
all the vertebrae
The muscle is located on
the underside of the upper
arm, in the area between
the shoulder and elbow
The trapezius muscle
covers our upper back and
extends down to the
middle of our spine
The latissimus dorsi muscle
is one of the largest
muscles in the back
The external oblique
muscle is one of the largest
parts of the human trunk.
On one side, other
abdominals cover the
stomach, while towards
the back, the external
oblique comes close to the
serratus muscles
The gluteus maximus
muscle is located in the
buttocks and is the
strongest muscle in the
human body
Rotates and adducts
the arm
Scapula
Ribcage,
vertebrae and
base of the
cranium
Humerus
Elevates and retracts
the shoulders
Vertebrae
Scapula and
clavicle
Abducts the arm
Vertebrae, sacrum,
scapula and the
ribcage
Iliac crest
Humerus
Ilium, sacrum and
coccyx
Fibula
Lateral flexion of the
trunk
Extends the thigh
Ribcage
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