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Agonist/Antagonist

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Flexion of the Spine: Agonist Rectus abdominis, Internal oblique, External oblique
Flexion of the Spine: Antagonist Erector Spinae, Quadratus lumborum
(R) Lat. Flexion of Spine: Agonist (R) Erector spinae, (R) Quadratus lumborum, (R) Int. oblique, (R) Ext. oblique
(R) Lat. Flexion of Spine: Antagonist (L) Erector spinae, (L) Quadratus lumborum, (L) Int. oblique, (L) Ext. oblique
(L) Lat. Flexion of Spine: Agonist (L) Erector spinae, (L) Quadratus lumborum, (L) Int. oblique, (L) Ext. oblique
(L) Lat. Flexion of Spine: Antagonist (R) Erector spinae, (R) Quadratus lumborum, (R) Int. oblique, (R) Ext. oblique
(R) Rotation of the Spine: Agonist (R) Int. oblique, (L) Ext. oblique
(R) Rotation of the Spine: Antagonist (L) Int. oblique, (R) Ext. oblique
(L) Rotation of the Spine: Agonist (L) Int. oblique, (R) Ext. oblique
(L) Rotation of the Spine: Antagonist (R) Int. oblique, (L) Ext. oblique
Flexion of the Hip: Agonist Iliopsoas, Tensor fasciae latae, Gluteus medius
Flexion of the Hip: Antagonist Gluteus maximus,Gluteus medius
Extension of the Hip: Agonist Gluteus maximus, Gluteus medius
Extension of the Hip: Antagonist Iliopsoas, Tensor fasciae latae, Gluteus medius
Abduction of the Hip: Agonist Gluteus medius, Tensor fasciae latae, Gluteus maximus, Piriformis
Abduction of the Hip: Antagonist Iliopsoas, Gluteus maximus (lower fibers)
Adduction of the Hip: Agonist Iliopsoas, Gluteus maximus (lower fibers)
Adduction of the Hip: Antagonist Gluteus medius, Tensor fasciae latae, Gluteus maximus, Piriformis
Lateral rotation of the Hip: Agonist Piriformis, Gluteus maximus, Iliopsoas, Gluteus medius
Lateral rotation of the Hip: Antagonist Tensor fasciae latae, Gluteus medius
Medial rotation of the Hip: Agonist Tensor fasciae latae, Gluteus medius
Medial rotation of the Hip: Antagonist Piriformis, Iliopsoas, Gluteus medius
Flexion of the Wrist: Agonist Flexor carpi radialis
Flexion of the Wrist: Antagonist Extensor digitorum
Extension of the Wrist: Agonist Extensor digitorum
Extension of the Wrist: Antagonist Flexor carpi radialis
Dorsiflexion of the Ankle: Agonist Extensor digitorum longus
Dorsiflexion of the Ankle: Anatagonist Tibialis posterior, Peroneus longus
Plantarflexion of the Ankle: Agonist Tibialis posterior, Peroneus longus
Plantarflexion of the Ankle: Antagonist Extensor digitorum longus
Inversion of the Foot: Agonist Tibialis posterior
Inversion of the Foot: Antagonist Extensor digitorum longus, Peroneus longus
Eversion of the Foot: Agonist Extensor digitorum longus, Peroneus longus
Eversion of the Foot: Anatgonist Tibialis posterior
Created by: 1059660027 on 2010-03-28



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