to do your own extensive research on the topic of obesity and provide detailed

To do your own extensive research on the topic of

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to do your own extensive research on the topic of obesity and provide detailed analysis of the potential common causes (physiological, psychological, etc.), treatments, prevention strategies, etc. Muscle & Exercise movement Origin Insertion Movement/Action
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Rectus abdominus & Crunches Front lower part of pelvis 5 th , 6 th and 7th ribs and lowest part of sternum Flexion of vertebral column External oblique’s & Decline oblique crunches Lower ribs Front upper part of pelvis Rotation of vertebral column, compression of abdomen and flexion of vertebral column Internal oblique’s & plate twist Top of pelvis Lower three ribs Compression of abdomen, flexion of vertebral column and rotation of vertebral column Muscle & exercise movement Origin Insertion Movement/Action Gluteus maximus & squat leg press machine Rear part of pelvis, sacrum and coccyx Top of femur Extension and lateral rotation of leg Gluteus medius & glute ham raise Upper part of pelvis Outside of upper part of femur
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Abduction and medial rotation of leg Gluteus minimus & glute thrust leg extension Mid outer surface of pelvis Outside of upper part of femur Abduction and medial rotation of leg Hip flexors & hip adduction/abduction Lumbar vertebrae and top of pelvis Upper part of femur Flexion of femur and vertebral column. Flexion and lateral rotation of leg Knowing this information in the future allows me to have a better understanding of the human anatomy and physiology in addition to the major muscle groups and the exercises that effect these groups.
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