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GCSE P.E
Lesson 2
Muscles
MUSCLES AND
MOVEMENT
(part 1)
Learning Objectives . . .
By the end of this lesson you will understand . .
• . . . . The role of each muscle in relation to
movement.
• Specific sporting examples.
MAIN ACTIONS OF
SPECIFIC MUSCLES
DELTOID
• Top of shoulder
• Raises your arm up
What action is this
called?
At what joint?
BICEPS
• Top of upper arm
• Bends your arm at
the elbow
What action is this
called?
At what joint?
TRICEPS
• Underneath the
biceps (lower arm)
• Straightens your
arm at the elbow
What action is this
called?
At what joint?
TRAPEZIUS
• Triangular shape muscle at
the back of shoulders and
neck.
• Rotates the shoulders and
moves the head.
What action is this called?
At what joint?
LATISSIMUS DORSI
• Large muscle at the side
and back.
• Pulls your arm down at the
shoulder towards the back.
What action is this called?
At what joint?
ABDOMINALS
• Stomach muscles.
• Pulls in your stomach and
helps your bend forward.
What action is this called?
At what joint?
QUADRICEPS
Major leg
muscles…allow for
flexion at the knee
EXAMPLE FROM
SPORT- Sprinting
Opposite to
quadriceps…allow for
extension of the knee
joint
HAMSTRINGS
GASTROCNEMIUS
Calf muscles
Movement- allows us
to stand on toes
Sporting example- long
jump
PECTORALS
Assist in movement
of the chest, and
abduction and
adduction of the arms
Sporting exampleWeight lifting,
rowing
GLUTEALS
The gluteus allows
us to move the legs
in all directionscreates flexion,
extension,
abduction and
adduction
Sporting exampleGymnastics