Anatomy MIOA Practical

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Anatomy MIOA Practical
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  1. Perform a bicep curl.
    Agonist:
    Origin:
    Insertion:
    • A: Bicep Brachii
    • O: Scapula
    • I: Raduis
  2. Perform a bicep curl.
    Antagonist:
    Origin:
    Insertion:
    • A: Tricep Brachii
    • O: scapula, humerus
    • I: ulna
  3. Primary action of tricep brachii?
    elbow extension
  4. Perform a calf raise.
    Agonist:
    Origin:
    Insertion:
    • A: Gastrochnemius
    • O: femur
    • I: Calcaneus
  5. Perform a calf raise.
    Antagonist:
    Or:
    Ins:
    • A: tibialis anterior
    • O: tibia
    • I: Metatarsal/cuneiform
  6. Primary action of tibial anterior:
    dorsiflexion
  7. Perform a sit up:
    Agon:
    O:
    I: 
    • A: Rectus Abdominis
    • O: Pubis, pubic symphysis
    • I: Sternum, costal cartilage S-7
  8. Perform a sit up.
    Ant:
    O:
    I:
    • A: erector spinea
    • O: spinous process
    • I: spinous process
  9. Primary action of erector spinea?
    back extension
  10. Bring your calcaneous to your gluteus maximus.
    Ago:
    O:
    I:
    • A: Bicep femoris
    • O: ischium and femur
    • I: Fibula/tibia
  11. Bring your calcaneous to your gluteus maximus.
    Ant:
    O:
    I:
    • A: rectus femoris
    • O: illium
    • I: tibia
  12. primary action of rectus femoris:
    knee extension
  13. Form a squat position stand.
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: rectus femoris
    • O: illium
    • I: tibia
  14. Form a squat position stand.
    An:
    O:
    I:
    • A: bicep femoris
    • O: illium, femur
    • I: fibula
  15. primary action of bicep femoris:
    hip extension, knee flexion
  16. perform a wrist curl.
    which muscles are agonists? (general group)
    which muscles are antagonists? (general group)
    • ag: flexors
    • an: extensors
  17. Shrug your shoulders.
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: trapezius
    • O: occipital, vertebrae
    • I: clavicle, scapula
  18. Shrug your shoulders.
    An:
    O:
    I:
    • A: pectoralis minor
    • O: ribs 3-5
    • I: scapula
  19. primary action of pectoralis minor?
    protract shoulders
  20. Hyperextend your head.
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: Spinalis group
    • O: spinous process
    • I: spinous process
  21. Hyperextend your head.
    An:
    O:
    I:
    • A: longus
    • O: central vertebrae
    • I: transverse vertebrae
  22. primary action of longus:
    head flexion
  23. Perform elbow extension.
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: arm extensors
    • O: radius
    • I: radius
  24. Perform elbow extension.
    An:
    O:
    I:
    • A: Tricep brachii
    • O: scapula
    • I: ulna
  25. Perform a dorsiflexion.
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: gastroch
    • O: femur
    • I: calcaneous
  26. Perform a dorsiflexion.
    An:
    O:
    I:
    • A: tibialis anterior
    • O: tibia
    • I: cuneiform
  27. Perform back hyperextension:
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: spinalis group
    • O: spinous process
    • I: spinous process
  28. Perform back hyperextension.
    An:
    O:
    I:
    • A: rectus abdominis
    • O: pubis, pubic symphysis
    • I: sternum, costal cartilage
  29. primary action of rectus abdominis:
    flexes vertebral column, compresses abdomen
  30. Bench press:
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: Pectoralis major
    • O: clavicle sternum
    • I: humerus
  31. Gluteus maximus:
    O:
    I:
    • O: illium scarum
    • I: femur
  32. Brachialis:
    O:
    I:
    • O: humerus
    • I: ulna
  33. Knee extension:
    Ag:
    O:
    I:
    • A: Rectus femoris
    • O: illiac spine
    • I: patella, tibia

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