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Muscles OINA

muscle OINA
Gluteus Maximus O- Dorsal ilium, sacrum & coccyxI- gluteal tuberosity of femur I- gluteal tuberosity of femur N- Inferior gluteal nerve A- powerful thigh extender
Biceps Brachii O-coracoid process, supraglenoid tubercle I- radial tuberosity N- musculocutaneous nerve A- forearm flexor
Triceps Brachii O-infraglenoid tubercle of scapula , posterior humeral shaft I- olecranon process of ulna N- radial nerve A- forearm extension
Pectoralis Major O-medial 1/3 of clavicle I- later lip of bicipital groove to crest of the greater tubercle N- Lateral & median pectoral nerves A- arm flexion, rotates arm medially
Deltoid O- lateral 1/3 of clavicle, acromion & spine of scapula I- deltoid tuberosity N- axillary nerve A- arm abduction
Gastrocnemius A- plantar flexes foot (raise up on toes)
Iliopsoas A- primary hip and trunk flexor
Teres Minor A- arm adductor
Orbicularis Oculi O-frontal bone I- tissues of eyelid A- closes eyelids
Erector Spinae A- Prime muscles for back extension
Intercostals A- accessory muscle to respiration
Rhomboid Major O-c7-t1 I-medial border of scapula A-retract scapula "standing up straight"
Biceps Femoris O-ischial tuberosity I-head of fibula & lateral condyle of tibia A-thigh extension & knee flexion
Rectus femoris O-ASIS I-petella, quadriceps tendon and tibial tuberosity A- hip flexor & knee extension
Diaphragm O-inferior surface of ribcage I-central tendon A-primary muscle of respiration
Rectus abdominis O-pubic symphysis I- xiphoid process and costal cartilage A-flex lumbar spine
Orbicularis Oris O-indirectly from maxilla and mandible I-encircles mouth A-puckers Lips
Temporalis O- temporal fossa I-coronoid process of mandible A-closes jaw
Trapezius O-occipital Bone, vertebra of cervical and thoracic I- acromion, spine of scapula & lateral 1/3 of clavicle N- spinal accessory nerve (CNXI) A-extends head and raises scapula "shrugging shoulders"
Sternocleidomastoid O-manubrium &medial portion of clavicle I-Mastoid process N-spinal accessory (CNXI) A-flex head forward,
Gracilis A-adducts thigh
Sartorius A- flexes, abducts &laterally rotates thigh
Tensor Fasciae Latae A- thigh abduction
Tibialis anterior Dorsiflexion of the foot
Latissimus Dorsi A- arm extension & adductor
soleus A- Planter flexes foot and raise up on toes while seated
Created by: jeepchik311