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Muscular System AHL

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The shin muscle located on the Tibia. Tibialis Anterior Muscle
Muscle of the mandible that allows downward movement. Platysma Muscle
The muscle that is located at the thumb. Thenars Muscle
Outer angled abdominal muscle. External oblique Muscle
The muscle found on the eyelids. Orbicularis Oculi Muscle
Quad are of the thigh Quadriceps Femoris Muscle
The muscle of the forehead Frontalis Muscle
The inner forearm Brachioradialis Muscle
Primary muscle of the buttocks. Gluteus Maximus Muscle
Located at either side of the lower leg; controls movements made by the heel and foot. Gastrocnemius Muscle
The muscle located on the upper arm. Bicep Muscle
This muscle supports the head. Sternocleidomastoid Mucle
The neck muscle that extends to the upper chest. Trapezius Muscle
Muscle going straight down the femur. Rectus Femoris Muscle.
Shoulders. Deltoid Muscle
Lateral Chest Latissimus Dorsi Muscle
Inner straight abdominal muscle Rectus Abdominis Muscle
Breast muscle Pectoralis Major Muscle
Muscle of the mandible; allows upward movements. Masseter Muscle
Created by: JCorrea532