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Soma MSA3 quads quadriceps hamstrings adductors
MSA Lesson Plans 7, 8 and 9
Name the four quads
What is the common insertion in all quad muscles?
What is the common action for all quads?
What is the only quad muscle that crosses the hip?
Origin is the AIIS
Flexes the hip and anteriorly tilts the pelvis
What is the only shallow quad?
What muscle divides the leg between quads and adductors?
It spirals from lateral to medial, from ASIS to Pes anserine.
What does the Popliteus do?
Unlocks the knee (medially rotates a flexed knee)
What are the five muscles that adduct the hip?
What is common origin for the adductors, and which one has a different origin?
: Inferior ramus of the pubis
: Adductor longus (pubercle)
Common origin of the hamstrings
Name the three hamstring muscles
Common actions of the hamstrings
Posterior tilting of pelvis
What is the most superficial hamstring?