Agonist and antagonist muscles examples
[DOCX File]MDCC 2006
Synergists are muscles that work together in a close cooperation as they either contract or relax to modify the action of the agonist. Their aim is: - To make the agonist stronger. To eliminate the action of undesired movement. They may alter the direction of pull and that depends on their power in relation to the agonist muscle.
[DOC File]Biology 160 A&P – Muscular System
adductor/ abductor muscles, flexor/ extensor muscles, agonist/ antagonist muscles, origin/ insertion & function of each muscle. Key Concepts. 1. Have a basic understanding of the origins/ insertions & functions of all the upper & lower muscles discussed in class. 2. Explain which muscles originate/ insert of specific bones.
[DOC File]UNIT TEST REVIEW
41. Push-ups and sit-ups are examples of calisthenic exercises. M, A (93) 42. Passive range of motion movements require a muscle contraction. M, A (61) 43. When performing a knee extension exercise, the hamstrings are the agonist. D, A muscle. (62) 44. Core stabilization exercises strengthen the muscles of the low back, pelvis,
[DOC File]Exam #2
Identify and correctly spell muscles learned in class (using anatomical terms). Know the function, origin and insertion of muscles. Be able to define origin, insertion, agonist, antagonist and give examples if appropriate.
[DOC File]Muscles - kau
Agonist (prime mover) Antagonist. Synergist. Fixator. What are some of the typical features/characteristics that are used in the naming of muscles? Provide specific examples of each (i.e. the trapezius muscle is named on the basis of its shape, the sternocleidomastoid is named on the basis of its origin & insertion, etc.)
Muscle Contractions - West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional ...
The mechanisms behind the agonist and antagonist muscles function to permit efficient joint movement. Accurately defined the terms using hip flexion as an example. Correctly stated that during hip flexion the agonist muscle is the Rectus femoris (Quadriceps Femoris) and the antagonist muscle is the Biceps Femoris.
[DOC File]Exam Breakdown:
antagonist is the muscle that works in opposition to the agonist (to help produce a co-ordinated movement. When one muscle is acting as an agonist and the other is acting as the antagonist, the muscles are said to be working together as a pair to produce the required movement. This arrangement is commonly referred to as antagonistic muscle action.
1. Define the following muscle terms; agonist, antagonist, synergist and fixator. 2. What are the 7 possible criteria used for naming the muscles of the body? 3. Give examples of muscles named for each criteria. 4. What are the different types of fascicular arrangement? Know examples of each if given in class. 5.
Anatomical terms of muscle - Wikipedia
Roles of Muscles. Four Roles Muscles Play. Agonist. Antagonist. Stabilizer or Fixator. Neutralizer or Synergist. Definitions. Agonist. Muscles that concentrically contract to cause a movement. Example: Biceps contracting during the up phase of a curl. Antagonist. Muscles that eccentrically contract to oppose a movement.
[DOCX File]MDCC 2006
In producing movement a muscle is either an agonist (prime mover), antagonist (relaxes and lengthens to allow movement) or a stabiliser (giving the muscle a fixed base). For example in bending the elbow the agonist is the biceps and the antagonist the triceps.
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