Major Muscles

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A review of the major muscles in the body
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Trapezius

Upper back muscle

"Shoulder Shrug muscle"

2

Deltoid

Shoulder muscle

3

Triceps brachii

back arm muscle

4

Latissimus dorsi

largest/middle and lower back muscle

5

Gluteus medius

top of the buttocks

6

Gluteus maximus

the largest buttocks muscle

7

Hamstring group

The group of muscles that make up the back of your leg

8

Gastrocnemius

calf muscles

9

Soleus

lower leg muscle. Lets you do plantarflexion (pointing your toes down)

10

Fibularis longus

lower leg muscle that supports your arches. Lets you do plantarflexion

11

Frontalis

Forehead muscle. Lets you raise your eyebrows

12

Zygomaticus

Smile muscle

13

Masseter

Jaw muscle

14

Sternocleidomastoid

Allows you to shake your head

15

Pectoralis

Chest muscle

16

Biceps brachii

front arm

17

Rectus abdominis

six pack muscles

18

External oblique

Side ab muscles

19

Brachioradialis

Forearm muscle important for finger movement

20

Sartorius

Longest muscle in the body

lets you rotate your hip

21

Quadriceps femoris

front leg muscles

Thigh muscles

22

Tibialis anterior

Shin muscle

Lets you lift your toes up


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