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" After struggling for weeks to get to grips with anatomy and phisiology for a gym instructor theory exam, I found the Muscle & Motion website and at last it all made sense.

I'd been saying to friends
" I wish there was a website which showed all the muscles working", and when I found M&M it was a godsend... "

Ruth Frost, London, UK




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" I am very excited to begin using this software, It has really opened my eyes to the many ways in which I can use this truly innovative software.

It really is a fantastic accomplishment.

Robert J. Nelson
South University
MUSCLE & MOTION is an interactive visualization tool for musculoskeletal anatomy and human movement (kinesiology).

There is no need to memorize tables and huge amounts of data. Press “Play” and view animations that show how muscles move from all directions.
The main focus of the content is normal muscle function. Each muscle is presented in 3D, with accurate visual detailing of its points of attachment and diverse unique animations that present all of its movements from different angles.

Muscle and Motion Testimonials Page

In the kinesiology chapter you will view animations of planes of movement and a range of movements performed by the human body, such as flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, and internal/external rotation.

For each movement you will be able to clearly observe the muscles that perform the movement and their combined action.



The difference between the programs:
Muscle & Motion All About Strength Training
Exercise encyclopedia V
Strength training anatomy V
Stretching anatomy V
Muscular Anatomy V V
Skeletal System V V
Kinesiology V V
The heart & Nervous system V V
Energy Metabolism V V
Biomechanics of strength workouts V
Strength workout methods V
Workout techniques V
Endurance Workouts V
Stretching Methods V
Workout Programs V
Test and Comcepts V


A partial list of Universities using Muscle and Motion :
- Penn State University
- Arizona State University
- Washington State University
- University of North Carolina - Greensboro (UNCG)
- Mississippi University for Women
- Indiana University
- View more...

1. Muscular anatomy (3D):

3D Anatomy of the muscular system.

Upper Body:

  1. - Abdominal Muscles
  2. - Abductor Pollicis Brevis
  3. - Abductor Pollicis Longus
  4. - Adductor Pollicis
  5. - Anconeus
  6. - Biceps Brachii
  7. - Brachialis
  8. - Brachioradialis
  9. - Coracobrachialis
  10. - Deltoid
  11. - Diaphragm
  12. - Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
  13. - Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
  14. - Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
  15. - Extensor Digitorum
  16. - Extensor Indicis
  17. - Extensor Pollicis Brevis
  18. - Extensor Pollicis Longus
  19. - Facial muscles (24 muscles)
  20. - Flexor Carpi Radialis
  21. - Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
  22. - Flexor Digitorum Superficialis
  23. - Flexor Pollicis Brevis
  24. - Flexor Pollicis Longus
  25. - Iliocostalis
  26. - Infraspinatus
  27. - Interspinalis
  28. - Intertransversarii
  29. - Latissimus Dorsi
  30. - Levator Scapulae
  31. - Longissimus
  32. - Opponens Pollicis
  33. - Multifidus
  34. - Palmaris Longus
  35. - Pectoralis Major
  36. - Pectoralis Minor
  37. - Pronator Quadratus
  38. - Pronator Teres
  39. - Quadratus lumborum
  40. - Rhomboid
  41. - Rotator cuff
  42. - Rotatores
  43. - Scalene muscles
  44. - Semispinalis thoracis
  45. - Serratus Anterior
  46. - Serratus Posterior (sup&inf)
  47. - Spinalis
  48. - Spinal Erectors:
  49. - Sternocleidomastoid
  50. - Subscapularis
  51. - Supinator
  52. - Supraspinatus
  53. - Teres Major
  54. - Terer Minor
  55. - Trapezius
  56. - Triceps Brechii

Lower Body:

  1. - Abductor Digiti Minimi
  2. - Abductor Hallucis
  3. - Adductor Brevis
  4. - Adductor Hallucis
  5. - Adductor Longus
  6. - Adductor Magnus
  7. - Biceps Femoris
  8. - Dorsal Interossei
  9. - Extensor Digitorum Longus
  10. - Extensor Hallucis Longus
  11. - Flexor Digiti Minimi
  12. - Flexor Digitorum Brevis
  13. - Flexor Digitorum Longus
  14. - Flexr Hallucis Brevis
  15. - Flexr Hallucis Longus
  16. - Gastrocnemuis
  17. - Gluteus Maximus
  18. - Gluteus Medius
  19. - Gluteus Mininmus
  20. - Gracilis
  21. - Iliopsoas
  22. - Inferior Gemellus
  23. - Lumbrical Muscles
  24. - Obturator Externus
  25. - Obturator Internus
  26. - Pectineus
  27. - Peroneus Brevis
  28. - Peroneus Longus
  29. - Peroneus Tertius
  30. - Piriformis
  31. - Popliteus
  32. - Quadratos Femoris
  33. - Quadratus Plantae
  34. - Recturs Femoris
  35. - Sartorius
  36. - Semimembranosus
  37. - Semitendinosus
  38. - Soleus
  39. - Superior Gemellus
  40. - Tensor Fascia Latae
  41. - Tibialis Anterior
  42. - Tibialis Posterior
  43. - Vastus Intermedius
  44. - Vastus Lateralis
  45. - Vastus Medialis

2. Skeletal anatomy (3D):

3D Anatomy of the skeletal system.

1.Skull

  1. a. Cranial bones
  2. b. Frontal bone
  3. c. Parietal bone
  4. d. Temporal bone
  5. e. Occipital bone
  6. f. Sphenoid bone
  7. g. Ethmoid bone
  1. Facial bones: (14)
  2. h. Mandible
  3. i. Maxilla
  4. j. Palatine bone
  5. k. Zygomatic bone
  6. l. Nasal bone
  7. m. Lacrimal bone
  8. n. Vomer
  9. o. Inferior nasal conchae

2.Clavicle

3.Scapula

4.Thorax

  1. a. Ribs
  2. b. Sternum

5.Vertebral Column

  1. a. Cervical vertebrae
  2. i. General view, C1, C2, C3, C7
  3. b. Thoracic vertebrae
  4. i. General view, T6, T12
  5. c. Lumbar vertebrae
  6. i. General view, L2, L3, L4

6.Humerus

7.Radius

8.Ulna

9.Hand

  1. Carpal (wrist) bones:
  2. a. Scaphoid bone
  3. b. Lunate bone
  4. c. Triquetral bone
  5. d. Pisiform bone
  6. e. Trapezium
  7. f. Trapezoid bone
  8. g. Capitate bone
  9. h. Hamate bone
  10. Metacarpus (palm) bones:
  11. i. Metacarpal bones
  12. Digits of the hands:
  13. j. Proximal phalanges
  14. k. Intermediate phalanges
  15. l. Distal phalanges

10.Pelvis

11. Sacrum

12. Femur

13. Fibula

14. Tibia

15. Foot

  1. a. Calcaneus
  2. b. Talus
  3. c. Navicular bone
  4. d. Cuneiform bones
  5. e. Cuboid bone
  6. Metatarsus bones:
  7. f. Metatarsal bones
  8. Digits of the feet:
  9. g. Proximal phalanges
  10. k. Intermediate phalanges
  11. l. Distal phalanges

3. Kinesiology:

3D Movement Analysis

Anatomical Planes

Neck and head

  1. a. Flexion
  2. b. Extension
  3. c. Lateral flexion
  4. d. Horizontal rotation

Shoulder joint

  1. a. Flexion
  2. b. Extension
  3. c. Adduction
  4. d. Abduction
  5. e. Horizontal adduction
  6. f. Horizontal abduction
  7. g. Internal rotation
  8. h. External rotation
  9. i. Circumduction

Vertebral column

  1. a. Flexion
  2. b. Extension
  3. c. Over extension
  4. d. Lateral flexion
  5. e. Horizontal rotation

Scapulothoracic joint

  1. a. Adduction
  2. b. Abduction
  3. c. Elevation
  4. d. Depression
  5. e. Upward rotation
  6. f. Downward rotation
  7. g. Protraction
  8. h. Retraction

Elbow joint

  1. a. Flexion
  2. b. Extension
  3. c. Pronation
  4. d. Supination

Pelvis

  1. a. APT- Anterior Pelvic Tilt
  2. b. PPT – Posterior Pelvic Tilt
  3. c. Lateral flexion

Sacroiliac Joint

  1. a. Nutation
  2. b. Counternutation

Hip joint

  1. a. Flexion
  2. b. Extension
  3. c. Adduction
  4. d. Abduction
  5. e. Internal rotation
  6. f. External rotation
  7. g. Circumduction

Knee joint

  1. a. Flexion
  2. b. Extension
  3. c. Internal rotation
  4. d. External rotation

Ankle joint / Subtalar

  1. a. Plantar flexion
  2. b. Dorsal flexion
  3. c. Inversion
  4. d. Eversion
  5. e. Pronation
  6. f. Supination
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