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Muscles

Name, Origin, Insertion, Action, Antagonist

NameOrigin, Insertion, Action, Ant
Biceps brachii O-Scapula, I-radius, A-Flexion of elbow, Ant-Triceps brachii
Triceps brachii O-Humerus & Scapula, I-Oecranon process, A-Extension of elbow, Ant-Biceps brachii
Digastric O-Mastoid process, I-Mandible, A-lowers mandible, Ant-Masseter & Temporalis
Masseter O-Zygomatic arch, I-Mandible, A-raises mandible, Ant-Digastrics
Quadraceps group O-Ileum & Femur, I-Tibia, A-Extend the knee, Ant-Hamstring group Qgroup (Vastus lateralis, Vastus medialis, Rectus femoris, Vastus intermedius
Hamstring group O-Ischium, I-Tibia & Fibula, A-Flex the knee, Ant-Quad group Hamgroup(Biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus)
Rhomboideus O-Vertebrae, I-Scapula, A-Adduct scapula, moves it dorsally, Ant-Serratus ventralis
Serratus ventralis O-Ribs, I-Scapula, A-pulls scapula ventrally, Ant-Rhomboideus
Pectoralis group O-Sternum, I-humerus, A-Flexion of shoulder, Ant-Latissimus dorsi
Biceps brachii O-Scapula, I-radius, A-Flexion of elbow, Ant-Triceps brachii
Tibialis anterior O-Tibia, I-first metatarsal, A-dorsiflexion of foot, Ant-Gastrocnemius
Triceps brachii O-Humerus & Scapula, I-Oecranon process, A-Extension of elbow, Ant-Biceps brachii
Gastrocnemius O-Femus, I-Calcaneus, A-Plantar flexion of foot, Ant-Tibialis anterior
Digastric O-Mastoid process, I-Mandible, A-lowers mandible, Ant-Masseter & Temporalis
Splenius O-Vertebrae, I-temporal bone, A-rotate head & extension of neck, Ant-Sternocleidomastoid
Masseter O-Zygomatic arch, I-Mandible, A-raises mandible, Ant-Digastrics
Quadraceps group O-Ileum & Femur, I-Tibia, A-Extend the knee, Ant-Hamstring group Qgroup (Vastus lateralis, Vastus medialis, Rectus femoris, Vastus intermedius
Hamstring group O-Ischium, I-Tibia & Fibula, A-Flex the knee, Ant-Quad group Hamgroup(Biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus)
Rhomboideus O-Vertebrae, I-Scapula, A-Adduct scapula, moves it dorsally, Ant-Serratus ventralis
Serratus ventralis O-Ribs, I-Scapula, A-pulls scapula ventrally, Ant-Rhomboideus
Pectoralis group O-Sternum, I-humerus, A-Flexion of shoulder, Ant-Latissimus dorsi
Tibialis anterior O-Tibia, I-first metatarsal, A-dorsiflexion of foot, Ant-Gastrocnemius
Gastrocnemius O-Femus, I-Calcaneus, A-Plantar flexion of foot, Ant-Tibialis anterior
Splenius O-Vertebrae, I-temporal bone, A-rotate head & extension of neck, Ant-Sternocleidomastoid
Sternocleidomastoid O-Manubrium & Clavicle, I-Mastoid process, A-Rotate neck (individually), Flex neck (together), Ant-Splenius
Adductor group O-Pubic bone, I-Femur, A-Adduct the leg, Ant-Gluteus maximus, Gluteus medius
Trapezius O-Occipital & Cervical vertebrae, I-Scapula & Clavicle, A-Extension of neck, raising and lowering shoulder, Ant-Sternocleidomastoid
Intercostals O-Ribs, I-Ribs, A-Movement of anterior chest wall for inhalation and exhalation
Supraspinatus O-Scapula, I-Humerus, A-Abduct or extend humerus, Ant-Infraspinatus
Infraspinatus O-Scapula, I-Humerus, A-Adducts and lateral rotation of humerus, Ant-Supraspinatus
Teres major O-Scapula, I-Humerus, A-Extend, adduct or medially rotate humerus, Ant-Supraspinatus & Deltoid
Deltoid O-Scapula & Clavicle, I-Humerus, A-Abduct arm, Ant-Pectoralis group
External oblique O-Ribs and lumbodorsal fascia, I-Linea alba, A-Constrict abdomen
Internal oblique O-Pelvic girdle, I-Linea alba, A-Constrict abdomen
Temporalis O-Temporal bone, I-Mandible, A-Synergist with Masseter, Ant-Digastric
Transverse abdominus O-Pelvic girdle & lumbodorsal fascia, I-Linea alba, A-Constrict abdomen
Soleus O-Fibula, I-Calcaneus, A-Plantar flexion, Ant-Tibialis anterior
Gracilus O-Pubic symphysis, I-Tibia, A-Adductor of thigh, Ant-Gluteus maximus
Sartorius O-Iliac crest, I-Tibia, patella, A-Flexion of thigh, allows crossing of leg, Ant-Gluteus maximus
Gluteus medius O-Ileum, I-Greater trochanter of femur, A-Abduction and medial rotation of thigh, Ant-Gracilus
Gluteus maximus O-Pelvic girdle, I-Femur, A-Abducts thigh and extends hip, Ant-Adductor group, gracilus
Rectus abdominus O-Pubic bone, I-Sternum and costal cartilages, A-Flexes body, compresses abdomen
Orbicularis oris O-Maxilla, mandible, I-Mucous membrane, A-purses lips
Orbicularis oculi O-Orbit (around the eye), A-closes eyelids
Latissimus dorsi O-Lumbodorsal fascia, I-Humerus, A-Extension of shoulder, Ant-Pectoralis group
Created by: daydreamer67