Basics of the muscular system, skeletal system, fascial system and nervous systems

Functional Anatomy 2: Muscular Function and Upper Body Muscles

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05. Basics of Human Movement Systems

This video gives a quick overview connective tissue, the muscular system and the nervous system. More detailed videos below. Fascial or Connective Tissue System: Introduction to connective...

06. Joints of the Shoulder Girdle and Scapular Joint Actions

Joints of the Shoulder Girdle: The sternoclavicular joint - where the sternum meets the proximal end of the clavicle. Etymology: Sternum - "breastbone," 1660s...

07. Muscles of the Scapula

Study Guide - Quick Reference - Muscles of the Scapula Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study Guide" - all the answers are already filled in. The study guide is...

08. Deltoids

Study Guide - Quick Reference - Deltoids Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study Guide" - all the answers are already filled in. The study guide is just a quick...

09. Rotator Cuff (and first exercise graph)

Lesson 9: Rotator Cuff Lecture Study Guide - Rotator Cuff Quick Reference Study Guide Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study Guide" - all the answers are already...

10. Pectoralis Major, Latissimus Dorsi and Teres Major

Study Guide - Quick Reference - Pecs Lats and Teres Major Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study Guide" - all the answers are already filled in. The study guide is...

11. Arm Muscles

Lesson 11: Arm Muscles Study Guide - Quick Reference - Arms Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study Guide" - all the answers are already filled in. The study guide...

12. Functional Anatomy by Joint Action and Exercise: Upper Body

Scapula: Elevation (frontal plane) Upper Trapezius Levator Scapulae Rhomboids Depression (frontal plane) ...
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