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Upper Body Muscles

rhomboids retraction, depression, downward rotation type I mechanical advantage, high force potential
levator scapulae scapula: elevation, downward rotation, abduction, retraction spine: lateral flexion, rotation Type III high force, low ROM, mechanical advantage
upper trapezius neck: extension, lateral flexion, rotation scapula: elevation Type I mechanical advantage, low force, low velocity
middle trapezius retraction, elevation, upward rotation Type III low velocity, good force, mechanical advantage
lower trapezius upward rotation, adduction, depression Type I mechanical advantage, high force, high velocity
serratus anterior abduction, upward rotation, depression Type III high force, ROM, moderate velocity
latissimus dorsi adduction, internal and external rotation, extension, horizontal abduction Type III high force and velocity, hybrid ROM and mechanical advantage
anterior deltoid abduction, flexion, internal rotation and horizontal adduction (blank) (blank)
biceps brachi elbow and shoulder flexion, supination, weak horizontal adduction Type III high force and velocity, mechanical advantage
brachialis flexion Type III ROM, low force, low velocity
supraspinatus abduction and stabilization Type I low force, low velocity, ROM
infraspinatus external rotation and horizontal abduction (blank) (blank)
subscapularis internal rotation and stabilization Type III high force, low velocity, hybrid
teres minor external rotation and horizontal abduction (blank) (blank)
teres major internal rotation, extension and adduction (blank) (blank)
pectoralis major horizontal flexion, horizontal adduction, internal rotation, adduction, flexion, abduction scapula: downward rotation, depression, and initial protraction Type III high force, moderate velocity, mechanical advantage
pectoralis minor abduction, downward rotation, depression (blank) (blank)
triceps brachii shoulder extension, adduction, elbow flexion, supinator Type I ROM, high velocity, high force
brachioradialis flexion, supination and pronation initiator Type II ROM, low velocity and force
pronator teres, pronator quadratus, and flexor carpi radialis internal rotation (blank) (blank)
sternocleidomastoid flexion, rotation, lateral flexion, extension (blank) (blank)
lateral deltoid abduction, flexion, transverse abduction (blank) (blank)
posterior deltoid external rotation, extension, transverse (blank) (blank)
supinator and biceps brachii external rotation (blank) (blank)
flexor carpi radialis, flexor carpi ulnaris, palmaris longus, flexor pollicus longus, flexor digitorum profundus and superficialis wrist flexors (blank) (blank)
extensor digitorum, carpi radialis longus and brevis, carpi ulnaris, indicis, digiti minimi, pollicus longus and brevis wrist extensors (blank) (blank)
penis erection (blank) (blank)
Created by: aprince07
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