Locations of Superficial Muscles

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Location HintName of Muscle (each is used twice)
These muscles are around you eyes
Attached posteriorly to both the carpals and radius
Run at a right angle to the internal obliques
Posterior to the Shin
The upper back muscle
Posterior Arm Muscle
Found Below the Gluteus Maximus
Triangular Arm Muscle
The anterior cheek muscle
Shaped like a trapezoid
The Shin Muscle
Leg Muscle named for its action
Covers the temporal bone
Runs the length of the posterior spine
The outside diagonal ab muscle
Muscle straight down the chest
Posterior humerus to spine muscle
Largest Butt Muscle
Group of Four Muscles of the Thigh
Deep muscle of the back
Muscle below the mammary glands
The muscle of your lips
Location HintName of Muscle (each is used twice)
The Calf Muscle
The inside diagonal ab muscle
Innermost ab muscle
I am laterial to your nose
Named after the cheekbone
Lower back muscle
The fleshy part of the cheeks
Anterior Arm Muscle
Diagonal Thigh muscle
Posterior Wrist Muscle
I am superior to your nose
The 6 pack
Inferior Butt Muscle
Connects Laterial Hip To Inner Knee
Anterior Finger Muscle
Muscle closer to the pivot of the jaw
Middle sized Butt Muscle
Attached to the sternum/Clavical/and Mastoid process
I am located at your forehead
Rib Meat
Ab muscle that runs transversly
Attached Anteriorly to both the carpals and radius
Location HintName of Muscle (each is used twice)
Attached behind the ear and to sternum
Connects the laterial lips to the cheekbones
The posterior cheek muscle
Anterior Wrist Muscle
The upper chest muscle
Posterior Finger Muscle
Muscles of the inner Thigh
Muscle with 3 origins
Superior Butt Muscle
Located between the ribs
Laterial Upper Arm muscle
I am located superior to the ear
Connects phalanges anteriorly to the radius
I am inferior to your nose
Posterior Thigh Muscle
Anterior Thigh Muscle
Attached to the lower edges of the lips
Connects phalanges posteriorly to the radius
Run at a right angle to the external obliques
Anterior lower leg muscle
The muscle of the neck
Muscle with 2 origins

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