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Sternocleidomastoid

Tibialis anterior (anterior shin bone muscle)

Tibialis posterior (posterior shin bone muscle)

Pectoralis major (greater chest muscle)

Vastus medialis (internal vast thigh muscle)

Gluteus maximus (large buttock muscle)

, Tensor fasciae latae (tensor of the fascia of the thigh) Iliopsoas Pectineus (comb muscle) Adductor longus (long adductor muscle) Sartorius (tailoris muscle) Biceps femoris (two-headed thigh muscle) Rectus femoris (straight thigh muscle)

Vastus medialis (internal vast thigh muscle)

Vastus lateralis (external vast thigh muscle)

Tibialis anterior (anterior shin bone muscle)

Triceps brachii (three-headed arm muscle) Latissimus dorsi (broad back muscle)

Serratus anterior (anterior serrated muscle)

Pectoralis major (greater chest muscle)

Obliquus externus abdominis (external oblique abdominal muscle)

Rectus abdominis (straight thigh muscle)

Tensor fasciae latae (tensor of the fascia of the thigh) Iliopsoas

Pectineus (comb muscle) Adductor longus (long adductor muscle) Sartorius (tailoris muscle) Rectus femoris (straight thigh muscle)

Gracilis (slender thigh muscle) Semitendinosus Semimembranosus

Vastus medialis (internal vast thigh muscle)

Gastrocnemius (twin calf muscle) Soleus (flounder muscle)

Tibialis posterior (posterior shin bone muscle)

(hip extension) is performed by the muscles that originate from the ischial tuberosity, as well as by the gluteus maximus. All these muscles are inserted into the lower leg, which means that they flex the knee joint.

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