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Muscles used in the action of a Back Tuck (flip)

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on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Muscles used in the action of a Back Tuck (flip)

Muscles used in the action of a Back Tuck (flip)
by: Thao, Alison, and Kelsey
1. Standing with feet together and arms extended
2. Bend your knees and swing your arms downward
3. Swing arms back and up as you jump off the ground
4. Keep your body straight until you reach the height of your jump
5. Pull your knees to your chest to help rotate
6. Look for the ground and begin to open up
7. Land with both feel together and your knees slightly bent.
There are six steps in this process

Flexion at the shoulder joint

-Anterior Deltiod
-Pectoralis major upper
-Coracobrachialis
Elevation of the Scapula
-Middle Trapezius
-Rhomboids
-Levator Scapulae
-Upper Trapezius
Upward Rotation of the Scapula
-Serratus Anterior
-Lower Trapezius


Standing with feet together and arms extended
Flexion at the knee joint
-Sortorius
-Popliteus
-Simembranosus
Flexion at the Hip joint
-Sartorius
-Tensor Fascia Latae
-iliopsoas
-Rectus Femoris
-Pectineus
Extension at the shoulder joint
-Teres Major
-Pectoralis Major-lower
-Posterior Deltoid
-Latissimus Dorsi

Bend your knees and swing your arms downward
Flexion at the shoulder joint
-Anterior Deltiod
-Pectoralis major upper
-Coracobrachialis
Upward Rotation of the Scapula
-Serratus Anterior
-Lower Trapezius
Extension at the Knee joint
-Vastus Lateralis
-Vastus Intermedus
-Vastus Medialis
Flexion at the Hip joint
-Sartorius
-Tensor Fascia Latae
-iliopsoas
-Rectus Femoris
-Pectineus

Swing arms up and back as you jump of the ground
Keeping body errect
-Iliocostalis
-Longissimus
-Spinalis
Keep your body straight until you reach the height of your jump
Flexion at the Hip joint
-Sartorius
-Tensor Fascia Latae
-iliopsoas
-Rectus Femoris
-Pectineus
Flexion at the Knee joint
-Sortorius
-Popliteus
-Simembranosus
Adduction at the the shoulder joint
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Teres major
-Pectoralis Major- upper and lower
-Latissimus Dorsi
-Coracobrachialis


Pull your knees to your chest to initiate rotation
Look for the ground and begin to open up
Flexion at the Hip joint
-Sartorius
-Tensor Fascia Latae
-iliopsoas
-Rectus Femoris
-Pectineus
Flexion at the knee
-Sartorius
-Tensor Fascia Latea
-Iliopsoas
-Rectus Femoris
-Pectineus

Land on both feet with your knees slightly bent
A&P PROJECT
Extention at the hip joint
-Semimembranosus
-Bicep Femoris
-Semitendonosis
-Gluteus Maximus
-Aductors Magnus
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