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Plantarflexes Ankle and Steadies Leg on Foot (underneath Gastrocnemius - shaped like sole fish)
Extend Thigh; Flex Leg and Rotate it Medially (when thigh and leg are flexed, they can Extend Trunk)
Extend Thigh; Flex leg and Rotate it Medially (when thigh and leg are flexed, they can Extend Trunk)
Abduct and Medially Rotate Thigh (Steady Pelvis on Leg when opposite leg is raised)
Abduct and Medially Rotate Thigh; Steady Pelvis on leg when opposite leg is raised
Extends Thigh and Assists in its Lateral Rotation(steadies thigh and assists in raising trunk from flexed position - i.e. getting up from sitting position)
Adducts Thight (its adductor part also flexes thigh, and its hamstring part extends it)
Laterally Rotate Extended Thigh and Abduct flexed thigh; steady femoral head in acetabulum
Laterally Rotate extended thigh and Abduct flexed thigh (same as Obturator Internus)
Laterally Rotate extended thigh and Abduct flexed thigh (same as Obturator Internus and Inferior Gemellus)
Flexor Digitorum Longus
FLEXES Lateral Four Digits and Plantarflexes Ankle (supports longitudinal arches of foot)
Flexor Hallucis Longus
Flexes Great Toe at All Joints and Plantarflexes Ankle (supports medial longitudinal arch of foot)
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