Pectoral muscle anatomy of the chest and upper arm (pectoral muscle: any of the muscles which connect the ventral walls of the chest with the bones of the upper arm and shoulder and of which there are two on each side of the human body.
Flexor-carpi-radialis Origin medial epicondyle of humerus (common flexor tendon) Insertion Bases of second and third metacarpal bones Artery Ulnar Artery Nerve Median nerve Actions Flexion and abduction at wrist Antagonist Extensor carpi ulnaris muscle
tricyclesinskirts: Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body: Posterior surface of the forearm, superficial muscles. Note how there aren’t any muscles in the fingers. Your fingers are controlled by tendons that connect to muscles in the forearm.
Continuing to assume an anterior tilt on one side we will almost always want to bring length into the front of the hip and lengthen the hip flexors. This can be anything from a simple lunge to a supta virasana. Feel free to use any other postures that you