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hip muscles

origin insertions and actions - gym instructor

Muscles - upper leg, back, hipOriginInsertionAction
Gluteus maximus ilium sacrum coccyx femur hip extension (move thigh to the rear)
illipsoas hip flexor made up of 2 muscles (iliacus+psosas major) ilium & lumbar vertebrae femur hip flexion & lateral rotation of thigh
Adductor Brevis (short) Adductor Longus- Adductor Magnus pubis and ischium femur Brevis/longus - hip adduction, flexion & rotation - Magnus hip adduction flexion, extension & medial rotation
gluteus minimus ilium femur hip abduction (moving away from centreline of body)
gluteus medius ilium femur hip abduction (move leg away from centreline of body)
rectus abdominus pubis ribs and sternum thoracic and lumbar forward flexion
external obliques lower 8 ribs and pelvis crest of pelvis & mid line of rectus adominus lateral flexion of the vertebrae (rotate torso/stablizes abdomen)
transverse absominus (deep) ilium, lumbar vertebrae, last 6 ribs sternum and pubis compress the abdomen (acts as a natural weight belt keeping insides in)
erector spinea ilium, lumbar and thoracic vertebrae cervical, thoracic, lumbar vertebrae and the ribs lumbar and thoracic vertebrae extension
latissimus dorsi (largest muscle of the back) thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, last 6 ribs, sacrum and ilium humerus shoulder adduction (pulls arm down towards pelvis)
internal obliques iliac crest ribs compresses the abs - vertebrae lateral flexion (singularly)
multifidus (lies underneath erector spinea) sacrum ilium & vertebrae all above verebral extension & rotation
quadratus lumborum - lower back base of spine ilium ribs & lumbar vertebrae vertebral flexion & stabilisation
Created by: allisonhearsum