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What plane of the body allows for rotational movements?
What type of joint allows for flexion and extension movements and is found at the elbow?
What plane of the body splits the body into a right and left half?
What is the bone of the upper arm?
What are the names of the bones that make up the wrist?
This term is described as bending the foot upward:
This movement is described as movement away from the midline of the body:
This directional term is described as nearer to or at the back of the body:
This directional term is described as towards the head of the upper part of the structure:
This is the bone within the upper thigh:
This type of joint is found at the hips and shoulders and allows all types of joint motions:
This muscle is part of the rotator cuff and performs shoulder abduction:
This muscle has three portions that can perform scapular elevation, scapular retraction/adduction and scapular depression:
This abdominal muscle is primarily responsible for compression of the abdomen:
This muscle is the prime mover of elbow extension:
This group of muscles will perform flexion and the knee:
This muscle is responsible for performing dorsiflexion at the ankle:
This muscle is the primary muscle for hip extension:
Which muscle is not part of the hamstring group?
This muscle has three portions and is consider your “shoulder” muscles: