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What is the origin of the Rectus Abdominus?
pubis and pubic sumphysis, (Abdominals group)
What is the insertion of the Rectus Abdominus?
ribs 5, 6, 7 and xiphoid process, (Abdominals group)
What is the action of the Rectus Abdominus?
flexion, lateral flexion of the trunk, compress abdominal contents, (Abdominals group)
What is the origin of the External Obliques?
lower 8 ribs, (Abdominals group)
What is the insertion of the External Abdominus?
iliac crest, pubic bone, linea alba, (Abdominals group)
What is the action of the External Abdominus?
flexion, lateral flexion, contralateral rotation of the truck, (Abdominals group)
What is the origin of Biceps Brachii?
scapulae and humerus
What is the insertion of the Biceps Brachii?
radius
What is the action of the Biceps Brachii?
flexion of the forearm
What is the origin of the Latissimus Dorsi?
lower 6 Tx, all Lx and Sx and iliac crest
What is the insertion of the Latissimus Dorsi?
humerus
What is the action of the Latissimus Dorsi?
extends, adducts and medially rotates shoulder
What is the origin of the Internal Obliques?
inguinal ligament, iliac fascia, iliac crest, lumbar fascia, (Abdominals group)
What is the insertion of the Internal Abdominus?
lower 3 ribs, (Abdominals group)
What is the action of the Internal Abdominus?
flexion, lateral flexion, lateral rotation of the trunk, (Abdominals group)
What is the origin of the Deltoid?
clavicle, acromion process, scapular spine
What is the insertion of the Deltoid?
humerus
What is the action of the Deltoid?
flexion, extension and abduction of arm
What is the origin of the Pectoralis Major?
medial half of clavicle, sternum and costal cartilages
What is the insertion of the Pectoralis Major?
humerus
What is the action of the Pectoralis Major?
adduction, medial rotation, flexion and extension of arm
What is the origin of the Rectus Femoris?
anterior inferior iliac spine [AIIS], (Quadriceps group)
What is the insertion of the Rectus Femoris?
tibial tuberosity, (Quadriceps group)
What is the action of the Rectus Femoris?
extension of the leg at the knee, (Quadriceps group)
What is the origin of the Triceps Brachii?
scapulae and humerus
What is the insertion of the Triceps Brachii?
ulna
What is the action of the Triceps Brachii?
extension of the forearm
What is the origin of the Vastus Lateralis?
femur, (Quadriceps group)
What is the insertion of the Vastus Lateralis?
tibia via patella tendon, (Quadriceps group)
What is the action of the Vastus Lateralis?
extension of the leg at the knee, (Quadriceps group)
What is the origin of the Vastus Intermedius?
femur, (Quadriceps group)
What is the insertion of the Vastus Intermedius?
tibia via patella tendon, (Quadriceps group)
What is the action of the Vastus Intermedius?
extension of the leg at the knee, (Quadriceps group)
What is the origin of the Vastus Medialis?
femur, (Quadriceps group)
What is the insertion of the Vastus Medialis?
tibia via patella tendon, (Quadriceps group)
What is the action of the Vastus Medialis?
extension of the leg at the knee, (Quadriceps group)
What is the origin of the Gastrocnemius?
femur
What is the insertion of the Gastrocnemius?
achilles tendon
What is the action of the Gastrocnemius?
plantar flexion
What is the origin of the Brevis?
anterior pubic bone, (Adductors group)
What is the insertion of the Brevis?
femur, (Adductors group)
What is the action of the Brevis?
adduction of thigh, (Adductors group)
What is the origin of the Longus?
anterior pubic bone, (Adductors group)
What is the insertion of the Longus?
femur, (Adductors group)
What is the action of the Longus?
adduction of thigh, (Adductors group)
What is the origin of the Magnus?
anterior pubic bone and ischium, (Adductors group)
What is the insertion of the Magnus?
femur, (Adductors group)
What is the action of the Magnus?
adduction of thigh, (Adductors group)
What is the origin of the Biceps Femoris?
ischial tuberosity, (Hamstrings group)
What is the insertion of the Biceps Femoris?
head of fibula and lateral condyle of tibia, (Hamstrings group)
What is the action of the Biceps Femoris?
extends thigh at hip, flexes leg at knee, laterally rotates leg when knee is flexed, (Hamstrings group)
What is the origin of the Semimembranosus?
ischial tuberosity, (Hamstrings group)
What is the insertion of the Semimembranosus?
posterior medial condyle of tibia, (Hamstrings group)
What is the action of the Semimembranosus?
extends thigh at hip, flexes leg at knee, laterally rotates leg when knee is flexed, (Hamstrings group)
What is the origin of the Semitendinosus?
ischial tuberosity, (Hamstrings group)
What is the insertion of the Semitendinosus?
proximal tibia, medial to tibial tuberosity, (Hamstrings group)
What is the action of the Semitendinosus?
extends thigh at hip, flexes leg at knee, laterally rotates leg when knee is flexed, (Hamstrings group)
What is the origin of the Tensor Fascia Latae?
anterior superior iliac spine - iliac crest and hip bone
What is the insertion of the Tensor Fascia Latae?
tibia via iliotibal band
What is the action of the Tensor Fascia Latae?
abduction of thigh
What is the origin of the Gluteus Medius?
ilium
What is the insertion of the Gluteus Medius?
greater trochanter of femur
What is the action of the Gluteus Medius?
abducts thigh, medially and laterally rotates thigh at hip
What is the origin of the Gluteus Minimus?
ilium
What is the insertion of the Gluteus Minimus?
femur
What is the action of the Gluteus Minimus?
abducts and medially rotates thigh
What is the origin of the Gluteus Maximus?
ilium, sacrum and coccyx
What is the insertion of the Gluteus Maximus?
femur
What is the action of the Gluteus Maximus?
extends and laterally rotates thigh, extends the trunk from a seated position
What is the origin of the Rhomboid Major?
T2 - T5 vertebrae
What is the insertion of the Rhomboid Major?
scapula - medial border
What is the action of the Rhomboid Major?
retrack, draws the scapulas together
What is the origin of the Rhomboid Minor?
C7 - T1 vertebrae
What is the insertion of the Rhomboid Minor?
scapula - medial border
What is the action of the Rhomboid Minor?
retrack, draws the scapulas together
What is Isotonic contraction?
length of the muscle changes and the tone or tension within a muscle remains the same
What is Isometric contraction?
muscle length remains the same while the muscle tension increases
Name Hamstrings.
biceps femoris, semimembranosus, semitendinosus
Name Adductors.
brevis, longus, magnus
Name Quadriceps.
rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus intermedius, vastus medialis
Name Abdominals.
internal obliques, external obliques, rectus abdominus