Anatomy review workout

  1. Do as many pushups as the number of the cranial nerve that supplies taste from the anterior 2/3 of the tongue
    Facial CN VII - SEVEN PUSHUPS
  2. Squat jumps for the number of the cranial nerve that gets sensory impulses from the arch of the aorta
    Vagus CNX - 10 squat jumps
  3. Tricep dips for the number of the cranial nerve that innervates almost all the extrinsic tongue muscles
    Hypoglossal CN XII - 12 tricep dips
  4. Wall sit - number of minutes equal to the number of the only cranial nerve that travels directly to the cerebral cortex
    Olfactory - CNI - ONE MINUTE wall sit
  5. Breathe in actively using which muscles?
    External intercostals and diaphragm
  6. Single leg calf raises (each leg) for the total of spinal levels of subscapularis
    Spinal levels C5, C6, C7 = 18

    Upper and lower subscapular nerves
  7. As many burpees as the primary spinal level of pronator quadratus
    C8 = 8 BURPEES BIOTCH

    C7, C8 - Anterior interosseous nerve
  8. Plank for the number of the primary spinal level of palmaris brevis
    T1 - 1 minute

    C8,T1 Superficial branch of ulnar nerve
  9. Jumping jacks for the number of muscles in the forearm (anterior and posterior compartment)
    20 jumping jacks

    name them!
  10. Crunches for the total of spinal levels for tibialis anterior
    L4, L5 = 9 crunches.....x5 (for fun)

    Deep fibular nerve, L4 is primary!
  11. PUNISHMENT CARD:  if you get it wrong, 10 pushups.  but you have to correct it.

    piriformis spinal levels:  L5, S1
    False, piriformis is S1, S2 by nerve to piriformis.  Do 10 pushups anyway.
  12. Side plank until you can name all the structures that run through the tarsal tunnel.
    • (Anterior to posterior)
    • Tibialis posterior
    • Flexor digitorum longus
    • Flexor hallucis longus
    • Tibial n.
    • Posterior tibial artery and vein
  13. Wall sit while you trace the blood supply of pec major to the aortic arch on the right side of the body
    Pectoral branch of thoracoacromial trunk / 2nd part of R axillary artery (posterior to pec minor) / 1st part of R axillary artery between lateral margin of the 1st rib and the superior margin of pec minor / 3rd part of R subclavian artery between the lateral to middle scalene muscle to the continuation as R axillary artery at the lateral border of the 1st rib / 2nd part of the R subclavian artery (posterior to the anterior scalene muscle) / 1st part of the R subclavian artery from its origin to the medial border of the anterior scalene muscle / brachiocephalic trunk / arch of the aorta
  14. Perform all the actions of GRACILIS 10x each
    • 1.  Flex leg at the knee
    • 2.  medially rotate the leg at the knee
    • 3.  Adducts thigh at the hip
    • 4.  Gait: flex extended thigh at hip
  15. Perform all the actions of deltoid 10x each
    • Anterior fibers: (1) Flex arm at GH joint and (2) Medially rotate arm at GH joint
    • Central (multi pennate) fibers: (3) Abduct arm at GH joint post 15°
    • Posterior fibers: (4) Extend arm at GH joint and (5) laterally rotate arm at GH joint
  16. Stretch:  Long sit and reach for the insertion of flexor hallucis longus for 45 seconds

    Bonus 15 seconds - innervation, spinal levels, and blood supply
    Flexor hallucis longus - Inserts onto the plantar surface of the 1st distal phalanx

    • Tibial nerve, S2, S3, trace it back?
    • S2 primary
    • Fibular artery - trace it back?
  17. Crab walks (x2) for the number of vertebrae in the spinal column.  Tricep dip at each transition between sections.
    You could do 32 or 33.  7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral, 3-4 coccyx
  18. Split squats (3 sets) for the primary spinal level of obturator externus.
    L4 primary

    L3, L4, obturator nerve
  19. Squats while naming muscles in the medial compartment of the leg, their spinal levels and innervation
    • Gracilis L2, L3; L2 primary; Obturator nerve
    • Pectineus L2, L3, L2 primary, Femoral nerve
    • Adductor brevis L2, L3; both primary, Obturator nerve
    • Adductor longus L2, L3, L4; L2, L3 primary; Obturator nerve (anterior branch)
    • Adductor magnus (hamstring) L2, L3, L4; L2, L3 primary; Tibial branch of sciatic nerve
    • Adductor magnus (adductor) L2, L3, L4; L2, L3 primary; Obturator nerve
    • Obturator externus L3, L4; L4 primary; Obturator nerve (posterior branch)
  20. Jumping jacks for the score you're going to get on the final
    100!
Author
kerbear
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326615
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Anatomy review workout
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anatomy final review
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