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					             MUSCLE A: _________
     B.      Function: ___________
A.           Exercise: ____________


      C.     MUSCLE B: _________
             Function: ___________
             Exercise: ____________

             MUSCLE C: _________
             Function: ___________
           D.Exercise: ____________
             MUSCLE D: _________
             Function: ___________
             Exercise: ____________
                QUIZ
- Muscular Fitness
  - Muscle ID
  - Muscle Function
  - Exercises that work specific muscle
    groups
- Flexibility
  - Notes sheet
  Find the stretch on your sheet and write
             the correct muscle
• Trapezius – Neck Tilt     • Rectus Abdominis –
• Pectorals – Chest           Cobra
  Stretch                   • Erector Spinae – Cat
• Deltoids – Elephant       • Obliques – Torso Twist
  Stretch                   • Gluteals – Pretzel
• Latissimus Dorsi – Side   • Quadriceps – Heel to
  Bends                       Glutes
• Bicep – Doorway           • Hamstrings – Figure
  Stretch                     Four
• Tricep – Inferior         • Gastrocnemius – Wall
  Capsule Stretch             Stretch
    FLEXIBILITY
The ability to move a body
 part through it’s range of
          motion
                   JOINTS
  Any place where two or more bones
       come together is a JOINT.


STRUCTURE OF A JOINT
       (Flash video: Body Basics Muscles and Joints)


http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_body/body_ba
         sics/bones_muscles_joints.html
                                         TENDON: fibrous
                                         cords that join
                                         muscle to bone




CARTILAGE:                         LIGAMENT: tough
flexible connective
                                   bands of fibrous,
tissue that lines the              slightly elastic tissue
surface of joints; allows smooth   that connects bone to
movement, cushion, and support.
                                   bone
HINGE



Allows a back and forth movement; like
hinges on a door
    Example: Elbow, Knee
BALL AND
SOCKET


A bone with a rounded end that fits into a
cuplike cavity on another bone.
     Example: Hip; shoulder
PIVOT



One bone rotates in a ring of another bone
that does not move.
    Example: Turning your head
         Improving Flexibility
•STATIC STRETCHING
 - stretches the muscles around a joint
   and hold the stretch for at least 8-10
   seconds.

•DYNAMIC STRETCHING
 – a form of stretching in which
   momentum and active muscular effort
   are used and the end position is not
   held
               C.
     A.
           D.

B.



          E.

                    F.
ELEPHANT STRETCH




   DELTOID
DOORWAY STRETCH




    BICEP
   CAT STRETCH




ERECTOR SPINAE
    SIDE BENDS




LATISSIMUS DORSI
   WALL STRETCH




GASTROCNEMIUS
  COBRA




 RECTUS
ABDOMINUS
 NECK TILT




TRAPEZIUS
TORSO TWIST




OBLIQUES
INFERIOR CAPSULE STRETCH




       TRICEP
FIGURE FOUR STRETCH




 HAMSTRING
Pretzel Stretch




GLUTEALS
HEEL TO GLUTES




QUADRICEPS
HANDS BEHIND BACK AND
        OPEN




   PECTORAL

				
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