Anatomy of the Human Body
Intro to Muscles
Pecs & Breasts
Lower Back Muscles
Upper Back Muscles
The Language of Anatomy
Mark as Completed
The animation of skelly with the ball is so nice!...and the video is great as usual.
This year I´m doing a 365 days challenge to finally end this course a lesson per day. Every day I will post my progress. Study this is difficult to me because I have 0 memory. And even so is rewarding practicing this. Have a nice day everyone and make great things, Day 7 done 358 to come.
Made this cheat sheet for reviewing/quizzing myself on, excluded some of the more specific terms of movement + Pertinent terms for body parts, which I'll include in a follow up post.
Hi, everyone, That PDF is at next lesson "eBook: Language of Anatomy" which only for premium. If you don't have premium, you can take a look at some comment below, and the "LESSON NOTES" of this lesson.
Been studying with a free Anki deck for the anatomy terms (which I am not allowed to share here whyever). I am almost done memorising everything as well as some additional terms. Here are also some sketches I did from memory based on the PDF and corrected afterwards.
BTW in the Lesson Notes, dorsiflexion (of the hand) and palmarflexion are given the same definition. Is this a typo? In the ebook, dorsiflexion is defined as "flexing wrist so the hand bends backward" instead of "rotating the hand so the palm moves closer to the forearm."