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NASM Musculature

Fuctional Anatomy

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Concentrically accelerates dorsiflexion and inversion Anterior Tibialis
Concentrically accelerates plantarflexion and inversion of the foot Posterior Tibialis
Concentrically accelerates plantarflexion Soleus
Concentrically accelerates plantarflexion Gastrocnemius
Concentrically plantarflexes and everts the foot Peroneus Longus
Concentrically accelerates knee flexion and hip extension. Tibial external rotation Hamstring Complex
Concentrically accelerates knee flexion and tibial eternal rotation Biceps Femoris-Short Head
Concentrically accelerates knee flexion, hip extension, and tibial internal rotation Semimembranosus
Concentrically accelerates knee flexion, hip extension, and tibial internal rotation Semitendinosus
Concentrically accelerates knee extension Vastus Lateralis
Concentrically accelerates knee extension Vastus Medialis
Concentrically accelerates knee extension Vastus Intermedius
Concentrically accelerates knee extension and hip flexion Rectus Femoris
Concentrically accelerates hip adduction,flexion, and internal rotation Adductor Longus
Concentrically accelerates hip adduction, flexion and internal rotation Adductor Magnus-Anterior Fibers
Concentrically accelerates hip adduction, extension, and external rotation Adductor Magnus-Posterior Fibers
Concentrically accelerates hip adduction, flexion, and internal rotation Adductor Brevis
Concentrically accelerates hip adduction,flexion,and internal rotation Gracilis
Concentrically accelerates hip adduction, flexion, and internal rotation Pectineus
Concentrically accelerates hip abduction and internal rotation Gluteus Medius-Anterior Fibers
Concentrically accelerates hip abduction and external rotation Gluteus Medius-Posterior Fibers
Concentrically accelerates hip abduction and internal rotation Gluteus Minimus
Concentrically accelerates hip flexion,abduction,and internal rotation Tensor Fascia Latae(TFL)
Concentrically accelerates hip extension and external rotation Gluteus Maximus
Concentrically accelerates hip flexion and external rotation. Concentrically extends and rotates lumbar spine Psoas
Concentrically accelerates hip flexion, external rotation, and abduction. Concentrically accelerates knee flexion and internal rotation Sartorius
Concentrically accelerates hip external rotation, abduction, and extension Piriformis
Concentrically accelerates spinal flexion, lateral flexion, and rotation Abdominal Musculature
Concentrically accelerates spinal flexion, lateral flexion,and contralateral rotation External Oblique
Concentrically accelerates spinal flexion, lateral flexion, and ipsilateral rotation Internal Oblique
Increases intra-abdominal pressure. Supports the abdominal viscera Transversus Abdominis
Concentrically pulls the central tendon inferiorly, increasing the volume in the thoracic cavity Diaphragm
Concentrically accelerates spinal extension, rotation, and lateral flexion Superficial Erector Spinae
Spinal laterl flexion Qualratus Lumborum
Concentrically produces spinal extension and lateral flexion. Concentrically produces extension and contralateral rotation of the head. Semispinalis
Concentrically accelerates spinal extension and contralateral rotation Multifidus
Concentrically accelerates shoulder extension, adduction, and internal rotation Latissimus Dorsi
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