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Origin for Deltoideus
Clavicle, Acromion Process, and Spine of Scapula
CAPS
Origin for Supraspinatus
Supraspinous Fossa
Same as bone
Origin for Infraspinatus
Infraspinous Fossa
Same as bone
Origin for Subscapularis
Subscapular Fossa of Scapula
Same as bone
Origin for Teres minor
Lateral border of scapula
Location
Origin for Teres Major
Inferior angle of scapula
Origin for Biceps Brachii
Long Head: Supraglenoid tubercle.
Short Head: Coracoid Process of Scapula
Opposite of biceps
Origin for Coracobrachialis
Coracoid Process of Scapula
Origin for Triceps Bracahii
Long Head: Infraglenoid tubercle of scapula
Lateral Head: Lateral and Posterior surface of humerus superior to grove for radial never.
Medial Head: Posterior surface of humerus inferior to radial groove.
Opposite of triceps
Origin for Vastus Lateralis
Greater trochanter and linea aspera of femur
Much higher then other two
Origin for Vastus Medialis
Linea Aspera
The default
Origin for Vastus Intermedius
Anterior and Lateral Surfaces of Body of Femur
Not Linea Aspera
Origin for Rectus Femoris
Anterior Inferior Illiac Spine
AIIS
Origin for Adductor Longus
Inferior Ramus of Pubis
Same as all Adductors
Origin for Adductor Brevis
Inferior ramus of Pubis
Same as all Adductors
Origin of Adductor Magnus
Inferior ramus of pubis
same as all Adductors
Origin of Biceps Femoris
Long Head: Ischial tuberosity
Short Head: Linea Aspera
Origin of Semitendinosus
Ischial Tuberosity
Origin of Semimembranosus
Ischial Tuberosity
Origin of Gastrocnemius
Medial and Lateral Condyles of the Femur
Origin of Tibialis Anterior
Lateral condyle and body of Tibia
Insertion of Tibialis Anterior
First metatarsal and first cuneiform
Insertion of Gastrocnemius
Calcaneus
Insertion of Semimembranosus
Medial condyle of tibia
Insertion of Semitendinosus
Medial surfaced of body of tibia
Insertion of Biceps Femoris
Head of fibula and lateral condyle of tibia
Insertion of Adductor Magnus
Linea Aspera
Insertion of Adductor Brevis
Linea Aspera
Insertion of Adductor Longus
Linea Aspera
Insertion of Rectus Femoris
Tibial Tuberosity
Insertion of Vastus Intermedius
Tibial Tuberosity
Insertion of Vastus Lateralis
Tibial Tuberosity
Insertion of Vastus Medialis
Tibial Tuberosity
Insertion of Triceps Brachii
Olecranon of Ulna
Insertion of Coracobrachialis
Medial surface of humerus shaft
Insertion of Brachialis
Ulnar tuberosity and Coronoid process of ulna
Insertion of Biceps Brachii
Radial tuberosity and bicipital aponeurosis
Insertion of Teres Major
Distal to lesser tubercle of humerus
Insertion of Teres Minor
Greater tubercle of humerus
Insertion of Subscapularis
Lesser tubercle of humerus
Insertion of Infraspinatus
Greater tubercle of humerus
Insertion of Supraspinatus
Greater tubercle of humerus
Insertion of Deltoideus
Deltoid Tuberosity of Humerus
Action of Deltoideus
Abducts Arm at shoulder joint
Action of Supraspinatus
Assists deltoid muscle in abducting the arm
Action of Infraspinatus
Rotates humerus laterally
Action of Subscapularis
Medial rotation of humerus
Action of Teres Minor
Rotates humerus Laterally
Action of Teres Major
Extends adducts and medially rotates arm
Action of Biceps Brachii
Flex elbow joint, supinates forearm
Action of Brachialis
Flex forearm at elbow joint
Action of Coracobrachialis
Flex and adduct arm at shoulder joint
Action of Triceps Brachii
Extends elbow at joint
Action of Vastus Lateralis
Extends leg at knee
Action of Vastus Medialis
Extends leg at knee
Action of Vastus Intermedius
Extends leg at knee
Action of Rectus Femoris
Extends leg at knee, flexes thigh at hip
Action of Adductor Longus
Adduct Femur
Action of Adductor Brevis
Adduct Femur
Action of Adductor Magnus
Adduct, medially rotates, flexes thigh
Action of Biceps Femoris
Flex leg at knee and extend thigh at hip
Action of Semitendinosus
Extends thigh at hip flexes leg at knee
Action of Semimembranosus
Extends thigh at hip flexes leg at knee
Action of Gastrocnemius
Plantar Flexes foot, flexes leg at knee
Action of Tibialis Anterior
Dorsiflexes and inverts foot.
Action of Trapezius
Elevates, Adducts and stabilizes scapula. Extends head
Action of Rhomboideus Major
Elevates and adducts scapula
Action of Rhomboideus Minor
Elevates and adducts scapula
Action of Levator Scapulae
Elevates scapula
Action of Sternocleidomastoid
Rotates head, flexes neck, elevates sternum.
Action of Latissimus Dorsi
Extends, Adducts, and Medially rotates arm at shoulder
Action of Soleus
Plantar Flexes Foot
Action of Plantaris
Plantar Flexes Foot, Flexes leg at knee.
Action of Popliteus
Flexes leg at knee, medially rotates tibia
Action of Tensor Fasciae Latae
Flexes and abducts thight at hip
Action of Gluteus Maximus
Extends thight at hip, Laterally rotates femur
Action of Gluteus Medius
Abducts thight at hip medially rotates femur
Action of Diaphragm
Inspiration
Action of External Intercostals
Elevates ribs during inhalation
Action of Internal Intercostals
Depresses ribs during active exhalation
Action of External Obliques
Laterally flexes and rotates vertebral column
Action of Internal Obliques
Laterally flexes vertebral column and compresses abdomen
Action of Transverse Abdominis
Compresses abdomen
Action of Rectus Abdominis
Flexes vertebral column, compresses abdomen.
Action of Psoas Major
Flexes and laterally rotates thight at hip, flexes trunk.
Action of Sartorius
Flexes and laterally rotates thight at hip, flexes leg at knee
Action of Gracilis
Adducts and medially rotates thight at hip
Action of Pectineus
Flexes and adducts thigh at hip.
Action of Pectoralis Major
Adducts, flexes, medially rotates humerus at shoulder
Action of Pectoralis Minor
Abducts scapula (depresses shoulder)
Action of Serratus Anterior
Abducts and protracts scapula
Action of Palmaris Longus
Flexes wrist
Action of Flexor Carpi Radialis
Flexes and abducts Wrist
Action of Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
Flexes and Adducts wrist
Action of Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
Extends and abducts wrist
Action of Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
Extends and abducts wrist
Action of Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
Extends and adducts wrist
Action of Extensor Digitorum
Extends fingers
Action of Brachioradialis
Flexes forearm at elbow, supinates and pronates radius
Action of Frontalis
Elevates eyebrows
Action of Temporalis
Elevaates and retracts mandible
Action of Buccinator
Compress cheeks, assists in mastication
Action of Obicularis Oculi
Closes eyes (squinting blinking)
Action of Obicularis Oris
Closes and protrudes lips
Action of Masseter
Elevates and retracts Mandible