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  1. Tarsal Bones
  2. What is a synergist?
  3. Semitendinosis
  4. Pubis
  5. Soleus frontside
  6. Sternocleidomastoid
  7. What connects a bone to bone?
  8. Maxilla
  9. Pubic Bone
  10. Gluteus Medius frontside
  11. What is the antagonist to the quadriceps?
  12. Thoraco-lumbar Fascia
  13. Extensor Digiti Minimi
  14. Triceps
  15. Gracilis
  16. Which adductor is known as the "4th hamstring"?
  17. How many ribs do we have?
  18. Tabialis Anterior
  19. Pectineus
  20. Erector spinae
  21. Metacarpal bones
  22. What are the 3 types of muscle tissue and which one are yoga teachers most interested in?
  23. Latissiumus Dorsi
  24. Extensor Digitorum
  25. Humerus
  26. Adductor Longus
  27. Cranium
  28. Sartarius
  29. Soleus backside
  30. Vertebral Column
  31. Carpal bones
  32. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
  33. What is the tear shaped shoulder pad muscle?
  34. Trapezius
  35. Mandible
  36. What is the primary hip flexor?
  37. What bones make up the appendicular skeleton?
  38. Soleus
  39. What is the SI joint and is it a joint of mobility or stability?
  40. Ischium
  41. What is mula bandha?
  42. Brachioradialis
  43. Extensor Digitorum Brevis
  44. Rectus Femoris
  45. What connects muslce to bone?
  46. What are the 3 adductors?
  47. What are 4 abdominal layers?
  48. Rhomboid
  49. Gluteus Medius backside
  50. What is the IT band?
  51. What is the big superficial muscle of the calf?
  52. Serratus Anterior
  53. Fibula
  54. Peroneus Longus
  55. Semimembranosis
  56. Exterior Hallucis Brevis
  57. Phalanges
  58. Femur
  59. Rib Cage
  60. Gastrocnemus
  61. Teres Major
  62. Which quad cross 2 joints?
  63. What is the deepest abdominal layer?
  64. How might joint function affect an asana class?
  65. Ilium
  66. Radius
  67. What is a joint?
  68. Sacrum
  69. What bones make up the axial skeleton
  70. Generally, how many bones does the body have?
  71. Biceps
  72. Extensor Carpi Radialis
  73. Which muscle group helps define the midline?
  74. Ulna
  75. Metacarpals
  76. What 2 muscles insert on the IT band?
  77. Scapula
  78. Clavicle
  79. Palmaris Longus
  80. Sternum
  81. What are the 3 major bones of the pelvis not including the sacrum and the coccyx?
  82. Flexor Carpi Radalis
  83. What muscle on the outer leg really works to stabilize us in one legged balancing poses?
  84. Vastus Lateralis
  85. Biceps Femoris
  86. What is the coccyx?
  87. Trapezius frontal
  88. Metarsal Bones
  89. What 2 muscles form the "anatomical stirrup" of the foot?
  90. External Oblique
  91. Rectus Abdomninus
  92. Deltoid
  93. Pelvic Girdle
  94. ASIS
  95. Tibia
  96. Tensor Faciae Latae
  97. Patella
  98. What are the parts of the spine, how many vertebrae are in each and what type of curve in each?
  1. a
    Humerus
  2. b Sacro Iliac. Where the sacrum and ilium meet. It is a joint of stability.
  3. c
    Phalanges
  4. d
    Sternocleidomastoid
  5. e
    The 3 adductors
  6. f
    Rectus Femuris
  7. g
    Shoulder Blade. Scapula
  8. h
    Trapezius
  9. i
    Metacarpal bones
  10. j
    Vastus Lateralis
  11. k
    External Oblique
  12. l
    1. Transverse Adominus
    2. Internal Obliques
    3. External Obliques
    4. Rectus Abdominus
  13. m
    Extensor Carpi Radialis
  14. n
    Sternum
  15. o
    Trapezius
  16. p
    Semimembranosis
  17. q
    Exterior Hallucis Brevis
  18. r
    Femur
  19. s
    Gastrocnemus
  20. t 206
  21. u 1. Pubis
    2. Ischium
    3. Ilium
  22. v
    Fibula
  23. w Energetic response to pelvic floor engagement
  24. x
    Skull
    Spine
    Ribs
    Sternum
    Hyoid (throat) Bone
  25. y
    Extensor digitorum
  26. z
    Mandible
  27. aa
    Tarsal Bones
  28. ab
    Gluteus Medius
  29. ac
    Deltoid
  30. ad
    Latissimus Dorsi
  31. ae
    1. Adductor Magnus
    2. Adductor Longus
    3. Adductor Brevis
  32. af
    Cervical - Lordodic - 7
    Thoracic - Kyphotic - 12
    Lumbar - Lordodic - 5
    Sacrum/Coccyx - Kyphotic - 3 to 5 fused
  33. ag
    Gracilis
  34. ah
    Deltoid
  35. ai
    Prime mover, back. Extends back and supports spine
  36. aj
    Teres Major
  37. ak
    Adductor Longus
  38. al
    Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
  39. am
    Ulna
  40. an
    Pelvic Girdle
  41. ao
    The place where 2 bones meet
  42. ap
    Extensor Digiti Minimi
  43. aq Hamstrings. Quads engage and hamstrings release.
  44. ar
    Ilium
  45. as
    Clavicle
  46. at
    2 muscles working together, synergy.
  47. au
    Soleus
  48. av
    Sacrum
  49. aw
    Everything else...

    Collarbones
    Scapulae
    Arms/Forearms
    Hands
    Pelvis/Thighs
    Legs/Feet
  50. ax
    Soleus
  51. ay
    Patella
  52. az
    Sartarius
  53. ba
    Soleus
  54. bb
    Thoraco-lumbar Fascia
  55. bc
    Pubis
  56. bd
    Rectus Abdominus
  57. be
    Tibia
  58. bf
    Tibialis Anterior
  59. bg
    Vertebral Column
  60. bh
    Gluteus Medius
  61. bi
    Biceps Femoris
  62. bj
    Adductor Magnus
  63. bk
    Biceps
  64. bl
    Triceps
  65. bm 1. Tibialis Anterior
    2. Peroneus Longus
  66. bn
    1. Gluteus Maximus
    2. TFL - Tensor Fascia Latae
  67. bo
    Peroneus Longus
  68. bp
    Pectineus
  69. bq
    Psoas
  70. br
    Cranium
  71. bs Gastrocnemius
  72. bt Rib Cage
  73. bu
    7 true ribs - direct to sternum
    8 to 10 false ribs - cartilage to sternum
    11 to 12 floating ribs - not connected to sternum
  74. bv Ligament
  75. bw
    Pubis
  76. bx
    Palmaris Longus
  77. by
    Maxilla
  78. bz
    Transverse Abdominus
  79. ca
    Ischium
  80. cb
    Anterior Superior Iliac Spine
  81. cc
    Serratus Anterior
  82. cd
    Hand bones. Metacarpals.
  83. ce 1. Cardiac - Involuntary - Heart
    2. Smooth - Involuntary - "Smooth" Organs
    3. *Skeletal - Voluntary

    *Maintains posture/stability
    *Supports organs
    **Moves bones at joint
  84. cf
    Gluteus Medius
  85. cg
    Tail bone ( used to be a tail )
  86. ch
    Semitendonsis
  87. ci
    Extensor Digitorum Brevis
  88. cj
    Carpal bones
  89. ck
    Metatarsal Bones
  90. cl
    Flexor Carpi Rodalis
  91. cm
    Rectus Femoris
  92. cn
    Ilio Tibial Band. Layer of connective tissue extending from the iliac crest to the knee and connect the gluteus maximus and the tibia.
  93. co
    Rhomboid
  94. cp
    Tensor Faciae Latae
  95. cq
    Radius
  96. cr Potential injuries and hyperextension
  97. cs
    Brachioradialis
  98. ct Tendon