Deltoids specifically---If you keep your palms parallel to the floor, medial deltoid. If you raise the front of your hand higher than the back (thumb facing up-very common) you transfer the tension to the anterior deltoid. trapezius also work into it. Biceps/triceps/forearms are used slightly as ancillary muscles-assumming you are using freeweights.. I am a former personal trainer. any ?'s bnielson_2@Yahoo.com
Muscles of mastication (chewing) are the temporalis masseters and the medial and lateral pterygoid muscles
Muscles involved in chewing are the masseteres, temporalis, and medial and lateral pterygoids.
trunk flexion lateral trunk flexion
I do Front Raises for the Anterior Deltoid, Lateral Raises for the lateral head, and Rear Delt for the Posterior Head.
The rotator cuff muscles: Supraspinatus Infraspinatus Teres Minor Supscapularis Easily remembered as SITS.
Peroneal group of muscles are involved in eversion joint movement. This compartment lies lateral side of leg. These muscles are supplied by common peroneal nerve.
The four main muscles involved in mastication, or chewing, are the masseter, the temporalis, the medial pterygoid and the lateral pterygoid. Muscles associated with the hyoid, such as the sternohyomastoid, also helps to open the jaw.
Some easy exercises for arms include biceps curls, upright rows and lateral raises. Lateral raises involve raising your arms until they are parallel to the floor.
Workout the major muscles of your upper body if you want muscles in your upper body 1. Bench Press, Dumbbell Press - Chest 2. Pull Ups & Lat Pull Down - Lats 3. Military Press & Lateral Raises - Shoulder
Supraspinatus muscle (first 20 degrees), Medial Deltoid (beyond 20 degrees). This is the reason why many weight lifters, performing Lateral Shoulder Raises 'bounce' or 'flick' the weight at the beginning of the movement when fatigued or the load is too heavy - to circumvent the weak suprasinatus
sidebends, lateral raises & jumping jacks.
Whit is quad muscles
There are 4 muscles that assist in the chewing process. These muscles are the masseter, temporalis, medial pterygoid, and the lateral pterygoid.
The extrensic muscles of the hand originate from the lateral epicondyle of the humerous
Masseter muscle Medial and lateral pterygoid muscles Temporalis muscle
Lateral controls extremities. Anterior controls more axial muscles
the muscles that are involved are the biceps and the triceps
raises the arm from the side of the body