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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 & ExercisemovementOriginInsertionMovement/Action
Rectus abdominus &CrunchesFront lower part of pelvis5th, 6thand 7th ribs and lowest part of sternumFlexion of vertebral columnExternal oblique’s &Decline obliquecrunchesLower ribsFront upper part of pelvisRotation of vertebral column, compression of abdomen and flexion of vertebral columnInternal oblique’s &plate twistTop of pelvisLower three ribsCompression of abdomen, flexion of vertebral column and rotation of vertebral columnMuscle & exercise movementOriginInsertionMovement/ActionGluteus maximus & squat leg press machineRear part of pelvis, sacrum and coccyxTop of femurExtension and lateral rotation of legGluteus medius & glute ham raiseUpper part of pelvisOutside of upper part of femur
Abduction and medial rotation of legGluteus minimus & glute thrust leg extensionMid outer surface of pelvisOutside of upper part of femurAbduction and medial rotation of legHip flexors & hip adduction/abductionLumbar vertebrae and top of pelvisUpper part of femurFlexion of femur and vertebral column. Flexion and lateral rotation of legKnowing 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.