The muscles that horizontally flex the shoulder are the Pectoralis Major and the coracobrachialis.
popliteus is not involved in plantarflexion...its involved in leg flexion
The major muscles involved in horizontal adduction or flexion is the anterior deltoid fibres, pectoralis major and minor. Bicep complex(bbicep brachii, brachioradialis and forearm flexor) comes into action as synergists, if the leverage is long.The antagonists of horizontal flexion is posterior deltoid fibres,teres major, minor, lats and the associated rotator cuff muscle(infraspinatus)
A flexion preformed across the horizontal plane.
plantar flexion and knee flexion
The Pectoralis major (clavicular head), coracobrachialis, and biceps brachia are the synergists for shoulder flexion. For horizontal flexion, the Anterior deltoid is the synergist muscle.
The opposite of plantar flexion is dorsiflexion. Plantar flexion means to increase the angle at the ankle, as in tip-toeing. The muscles involved in dorsiflexion (picking up the toes) are:tibialis anterior muscleextensor hallucis longus muscleextensor digitorum longus muscleperoneus tertius
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Flexion is when you flex your arms, thighs, and other muscles. Rotation is when you rotate your joints, bending or twisting you muscles.
extensor digitorum longus, the extensor hallucus longus and the peroneus tertius muscles help dorsi flexiontibialis anterior
Plantar flexion is the act of flexing the muscles of the toe and foot toward the sole. the muscles involved in this process are often stretched which for some, can reduce heel pain and the pain caused by flat feet.