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Muscular System

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Mastoids
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "A" ?
Trapezoids (Traps)
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "B" ?
Deltoids
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "C" ?
Pectorals (Pecs)
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "D" ?
Biceps
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "E" ?
Front Forearm Muscles
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "F" ?
Abdominals (Abs)
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "G" ?
Obliques
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "H" ?
Groin
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "I" ?
Quadriceps
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "J" ?
Calves
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Front" what is letter "K" ?
Mastoids
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "A" ?
Trapezoids (Traps)
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "B" ?
Deltoids
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "C" ?
Triceps
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "D" ?
Back Forearm Muscles
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "E" ?
Deep Back Muscles
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "F" ?
Obliques
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "G" ?
Glutes
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "H" ?
Hamstrings
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "I" ?
Calves
In the picture of the "Muscle Man Back" what is letter "J" ?
Mastoids
These muscles help you to turn your head up, down, and from side to side.
Mastoids
These muscles help you to chew and swallow your food.
Trapezoids (Traps)
These muscles help you to pull your shoulders up.
Deltoids
What muscles help you to pull your arm up?
Pectorals (Pecs)
What muscles help you pull your shoulders forward?
Biceps
These muscles help you to pull your forearm up.
Abdominals (Abs)
These muscles help you to to pull your upper body down and your lower body up.
Obliques
Which muscles help you to pull your upper and lower body form side to side?
Groin
These are muscles that pulls your thighs together.
Quadriceps
These muscles pull your lower leg up.
Hamstrings
These muscles pull your lower leg down.
Calves
When you use these muscles they move your ankle up and down.
Front Forearm Muscles
By using these muscles you can open your hand and pull back your wrist.
Back Forearm Muscles
By using these muscles you can close your hand and pull down your wrist.
Triceps
Which group of muscles can be used to pull back your forearm to make your arm straight?
Deep Back Muscles
If you use these muscles you can sit up and stand up straight because they pull on your vertebrae.
Glutes
These are a group of muscles that help you pull back your whole leg. You also sit on these muscles!
Achilles tendon
This is the largest tendon in your body.
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
__________ __________ __________ is a type of voluntary muscle tissue that is striated and moves the skeleton.
Smooth Muscle Tissue
__________ __________ __________ is a type of involuntary muscle tissue that forms your blood vessels and makes up the organs of your digestive and urinary system.
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
__________ __________ __________ is a type of involuntary muscle tissue that your heart is made of.
Voluntary Muscles
Muscles that you have direct control over.
Involuntary Muscles
Muscles that you do not have direct control over.
Skeletal Muscle Cells
Skeletal muscles are made of what kind of cells?
Smooth Muscle Cells
Smooth muscles are made of what kind of cells?
Cardiac Muscle Cells
Cardiac muscles are made of what kind of cells?
pull
Muscles always __________ on your bones when you move.
push
Muscles never __________ on your bones when you move.
Skeletal Muscles
These muscles contract quickly and tire easily.
Smooth Muscles
These muscles contract and relax slowly.
pairs
You move because __________ of muscles work together.
contracts
When one muscle of a pair __________, the other relaxes.
relaxes
When one muscle of a pair contracts, the other __________.
striated
Cardiac muscle is __________ like skeletal muscle.
Skeletal Muscles
These muscles look striped, or striated.
Skeletal Muscles
You have more of these muscles than any other types of muscles.
Tendons
These thick bands of tissue attach muscle to bone.
Ligaments
These thick bands of tissue attach bone to bone.
muscle
A __________ is an organ that can relax and contract, and provides the force needed to move your body parts.