Massage: Video: The Body in Motion: Muscle Function (Part 2)

42.00
Online

This is a video course.

You will:

  • Review major anatomy, identify bones of axial vs. appendicular regions and define muscle attachment sites: origin, insertion
  • Describe the interrelation of muscle location and function: origin/insertion to skeletal regions, directional terminology, and joint actions
  • Define major terms of muscle function: agonist, antagonist, stabilizer, fixators
  • Identify muscles of stabilization & fixation in upper & lower extremity movements
  • Identify Three Planes of Movement
  • Label all major joint actions as 1st, 2nd or 3rd degree levers
  • Calculate torques in select exercise motions: dumbbell lateral raise, bicep curl
  • Locate origin and insertion of all major muscles of the lower body
  • Demonstrate the actions of selected muscles
  • Identify muscles roles, joints actions and planes involved in high hurdle
  • Locate origin and insertion of all major muscles of the upper body
  • Demonstrate the actions of selected muscles


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Massage: Video: The Body in Motion: Muscle Function (Part 2)

42.00

This is a video course.

You will:

  • Review major anatomy, identify bones of axial vs. appendicular regions and define muscle attachment sites: origin, insertion
  • Describe the interrelation of muscle location and function: origin/insertion to skeletal regions, directional terminology, and joint actions
  • Define major terms of muscle function: agonist, antagonist, stabilizer, fixators
  • Identify muscles of stabilization & fixation in upper & lower extremity movements
  • Identify Three Planes of Movement
  • Label all major joint actions as 1st, 2nd or 3rd degree levers
  • Calculate torques in select exercise motions: dumbbell lateral raise, bicep curl
  • Locate origin and insertion of all major muscles of the lower body
  • Demonstrate the actions of selected muscles
  • Identify muscles roles, joints actions and planes involved in high hurdle
  • Locate origin and insertion of all major muscles of the upper body
  • Demonstrate the actions of selected muscles