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Muscle Diagrams

Diagram 1
Front View:

Rotator Cuff

Deltoid (delts)

Pectorals (pecs)

Biceps

External Obliques
(waist)

 

Quadriceps (quads)

Tibialis Anterior
(shins)

 
Muscle Diagram 1: Front View

Internal Obliques (waist)

 

Adductors
(inner thighs)

 

Diagram 2
Back View:

Deltoid (delts)

Rhomboids

Erector Spinae (lower back)

 

Hamstrings (hams)

 
Muscle Diagram 2: Back View

Trapezius (traps)

Triceps

Latissimus Dorsi (lats)

Forearm

Gluteus Medius (outer thigh)

Gluteus Maximus (glutes)

Gastonemius (calves)

Soleus (calves)

 

What the Muscles Do

Follow the links below for an explanation of how the muscles on the diagram work and what they do.

Upper Body Muscles

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