Kinesiological analysis, health & medical homework help

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I need a power point presentation that analyzes a bicep curl. In analyzing the activity you will need to identify which bones, joints and muscles are involved in the activity. As a result of performing the activity, you will need to categorize the joints involved and what movements (ie flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, ect) are occurring and which plane/axis in which the movement is occurring. You will also be required to identify the muscles involved in performing the movement, along with the origin, insertion, and innervating nerve for each muscle..... the presentation needs to be about 3-5 mins long, no longer than 8 mins. Thank you!

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Analyzing the Biceps Curl

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August 3, 2017

What is a biceps curl?
• An exercise aimed at strengthening the upper
arm

Which bones are used in a biceps
curl?









Radius (bone in the low arm)
Humerus (bone in the upper arm)
Ulna (longer bone in the forearm)
Scapula (shoulder blade)
Clavicle (collarbone)
Phalanges (fingers)
Metacarpals (bones of the hand)
Carpals (wrist)

Which Joints are used in a Biceps
Curl?





Elbow joint
Wrist joint
Shoulder joint
Flexion and extension are involved in a bicep
curl
• Performed in the sagittal plane of the body,
which is the plane that vertically divides the
body into left and right sides

Which Muscles are used in a Biceps
Curl?










Biceps Brachii
– Attached to scapula in 2 places
– Twin configuration (means two heads)
– Goes down the humerus bone and connected
by a tendon to the radius bone
Brachialis
– Below the biceps brachii
– Long muscle which moves the elbow
– Connects the ulna and humerus
Brachioradia...

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