Manual of Structural Kinesiology
This book provides a straightforward look at human anatomy and its relation to movement. The text identifies specific muscles and muscle groups and describes exercises for strengthening and developing those muscles. The Manual of Structural Kinesiology makes important information readily available to students through a combination of logical presentation and a concise writing style. (Publisher's Description).
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The shoulder girdle
The shoulder joint
The elbow and radioulnar joints
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abduction Action activities adduction adductor analysis ankle axis Biceps brachii Biceps femoris body bones Brachioradialis brevis calcaneus capitis carpi ulnaris cervical condyle deltoid digitorum longus distal dorsal eccentric contraction Elbow joint epicondyle erector spinae exercises extension extensor digitorum External oblique abdominal External rotation femur fibers flexed flexibility Flexor carpi Flexor carpi ulnaris flexor digitorum foot force forearm fossa glenohumeral joint gluteus Gluteus maximus hamstring head Horizontal adduction human humerus Innervation insertion Internal isometric joint movements Kinesiology lateral flexion lever ligament longus muscle lumbar medial metacarpal midline move muscle FIg muscle group muscular nerve Origin Palpation Pectoralis major Peroneus phalanx Plantar flexion pollicis longus pronation proximal pull Rectus femoris resistance Return movement ribs scapula Semimembranosus Semitendinosus shoulder girdle shoulder joint side skeletal spine stability starting position strengthening stretched supination surface tendon teres thoracic tibia toes Trapezius triceps trunk ulna ulnar upper Vastus Vastus medialis vertebrae worksheet Wrist and hand