Hip Flexors and Anterior Thigh Muscles

Functional Anatomy 3: Lower Body and Core Muscles

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13. Hip Flexors and Anterior Thigh Muscles

Psoas, iliacus, tensor fascia latae, rectus femoris and vastus muscles Lesson 13: Hip Flexors and Anterior Thigh Study Guide - Quick Reference - Hip Flexors and Anterior Thigh Note: If you intend...

14. Posterior Hip (Gluteus maximus, medius, minimus and piriformis)

(Gluteus maximus, medius, minimus and piriformis) Got Glutes? Study Guide - Quick Reference - Posterior Hip Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study Guide" - all the...

15. Hamstrings and Adductors

Hamstrings (Biceps femoris, semitendinosus and semimembranosus) Study Guide - Quick Reference - Hamstrings and Adductors Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study...

16. Ankle Joint Actions and Muscles

Ankle Joint Actions Study Guide - Quick Reference - Lower Leg Muscles Note: If you intend to do the activities below do not open the "Study Guide" - all the answers are already filled in. The...

17. Functional Anatomy by Joint Action and Exercise: Lower Body

Functional Anatomy of the Hip Hip Extension Gluteus Maximus Bicep Femoris Semitendinosus Semimembranosus ...

18. The Spine and Trunk Muscles

The Spine - Number of Vertebrae, Curves, Joint Type and Actions General Anatomy of the Spine - By Henry Vandyke Carter - Henry Gray (1918) Anatomy of the Human Body, invalid ID (See "Book"...

19. Trunk Muscles Graph, Additional Core Muscles and Core Exercise Challenge

Trunk Muscle Graph, Additional Core Muscle and Core Exercise Challenge Activity: Putting It All Together Fill in the graph below: List the joint action, corresponding plane, all of the muscles...
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