Anatomy Experience:Analysis of Alan Dancing<br />
Introduction<br />The muscles listed are concentrically contracting to produce these movements. The muscles that are eccen...
Hands on Hips: Shoulder<br />Abduction<br />Intermediate deltoid (primary abductor)<br />Supraspinatus<br />Anterior/poste...
Hands on Hips: Shoulder<br />Abduction<br />Medial rotation<br />
Hands on Hips: Elbow, Wrist<br />Pronation<br />Pronator quadratus (primary pronator)<br />Pronator teres<br />Elbow flexi...
Hands on Hips: Elbow, Wrist<br />Radial deviation<br />Pronation<br />Elbow flexion<br />
To the Left: Hips<br />Left: Adduction<br />Pectineus<br />Adductor group (brevis, longus, magnus)<br />Gracilis<br />Righ...
To the Left: Subtalar (not shown)<br />Left: Inversion<br />Tibialis anterior, posterior<br />Flexor digitorumlongus<br />...
Hips to the Right: Hips<br />Left: Abduction<br />Sartorius<br />Tensor fasciae latae<br />Gluteus medius, minimus<br />Ri...
Hips to the Right: Subtalar (not shown)<br />Left: Eversion<br />Peroneal group (longus, brevis, tertius)<br />Extensor di...
To the Left/Right: Hips<br />Adduction<br />Abduction<br />
To the Left/Right: Subtalar<br />Inversion<br />Eversion<br />
Hips Forward<br />Back to anatomical position:<br />Hip (left)<br />Adduction<br />Hip (right)<br />Abduction<br />Subtala...
Hips Forward<br />Hips: Posterior pelvic tilt<br />Rectus abdominus<br />Gluteus maximus<br />Biceps femoris<br />Semitend...
Hips Backward<br />Hips: anterior pelvic tilt<br />Iliacus<br />Knees: extension<br />Vasti group (medialis, intermedius, ...
Hips Forward/Backward: Hips<br />Anterior pelvic tilt<br />Posterior pelvic tilt<br />
Hips Forward/Backward: Knees<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
Hips to the Left<br />(Back to anatomical position:<br />Hips<br />Posterior pelvic tilt)<br />Hip (left)<br />Adduction<b...
High Steps: Trunk<br />Flexion<br />Rectus abdominus<br />External obliques<br />Internal obliques<br />Psoas major (entir...
High Steps: Trunk<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
High Steps: Hips<br />Flexion<br />Sartorius<br />Tensor fasciae latae<br />Rectus femoris<br />Iliopsoas<br />Pectineus<b...
High Steps: Hips<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
High Steps: Knees<br />Flexion<br />Biceps femoris<br />Popliteus<br />Semimembranosus<br />Semitendinosus<br />Gastrocnem...
High Steps: Knees<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
High Steps: Ankles<br />Plantar flexion<br />Gastrocnemius<br />Plantaris<br />Soleus<br />Tibialis posterior (assists)<br...
High Steps: Ankles<br />Plantar flexion<br />Dorsiflexion<br />
Hands Galloping/Wrist Toggling<br />Extension/hyperextension<br />Extensor carpi radialislongus/brevis<br />Extensor carpi...
Hands Galloping/Wrist Toggling<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
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  1. 1. Anatomy Experience:Analysis of Alan Dancing<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />The muscles listed are concentrically contracting to produce these movements. The muscles that are eccentrically contracting are the antagonist muscles (e.g., for abduction, the eccentrically contracting muscles are the muscles listed to adduction).<br />Most images were taken from the IFA Essentials and from the YouTube clip “Alan dancing” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WcP0JkMHV8). Muscles were found in the class notes from MoveSci 230 with Dr. Anthony Drew, with the exception of the muscles listed under anterior/posterior pelvic tilt, which were found by making educated guesses and checking Wikipedia.<br />A big thank you to Alan Nagel for his inspiration.<br />
  3. 3. Hands on Hips: Shoulder<br />Abduction<br />Intermediate deltoid (primary abductor)<br />Supraspinatus<br />Anterior/posterior deltoid (assists)<br />Medial rotation<br />Anterior deltoid<br />Latissimusdorsi<br />Subscapularis<br />Pectoralis major<br />
  4. 4. Hands on Hips: Shoulder<br />Abduction<br />Medial rotation<br />
  5. 5. Hands on Hips: Elbow, Wrist<br />Pronation<br />Pronator quadratus (primary pronator)<br />Pronator teres<br />Elbow flexion<br />Brachialis<br />Brachioradialis<br />Biceps brachii<br />Pronator teres<br />Radial deviation<br />Flexor carpi radialis<br />Extensor carpi radialislongus/brevis<br />
  6. 6. Hands on Hips: Elbow, Wrist<br />Radial deviation<br />Pronation<br />Elbow flexion<br />
  7. 7. To the Left: Hips<br />Left: Adduction<br />Pectineus<br />Adductor group (brevis, longus, magnus)<br />Gracilis<br />Right: Abduction<br />Sartorius<br />Tensor fasciae latae<br />Gluteus medius, minimus<br />
  8. 8. To the Left: Subtalar (not shown)<br />Left: Inversion<br />Tibialis anterior, posterior<br />Flexor digitorumlongus<br />Right: Eversion<br />Peroneal group (longus, brevis, tertius)<br />Extensor digitorumlongus (weak)<br />
  9. 9. Hips to the Right: Hips<br />Left: Abduction<br />Sartorius<br />Tensor fasciae latae<br />Gluteus medius, minimus<br />Right: Adduction<br />Pectineus<br />Adductor group (brevis, longus, magnus)<br />Gracilis<br />
  10. 10. Hips to the Right: Subtalar (not shown)<br />Left: Eversion<br />Peroneal group (longus, brevis, tertius)<br />Extensor digitorumlongus (weak)<br />Right: Inversion<br />Tibialis anterior, posterior<br />Flexor digitorumlongus<br />
  11. 11. To the Left/Right: Hips<br />Adduction<br />Abduction<br />
  12. 12. To the Left/Right: Subtalar<br />Inversion<br />Eversion<br />
  13. 13. Hips Forward<br />Back to anatomical position:<br />Hip (left)<br />Adduction<br />Hip (right)<br />Abduction<br />Subtalar (left)<br />Inversion<br />Subtalar (right)<br />Eversion<br />
  14. 14. Hips Forward<br />Hips: Posterior pelvic tilt<br />Rectus abdominus<br />Gluteus maximus<br />Biceps femoris<br />Semitendinosus<br />Semimembranosus<br />Adductor magnus<br />Knees: Flexion<br />Biceps femoris<br />Popliteus<br />Semimembranosus<br />Semitendinosus<br />Gastrocnemius (assists)<br />Plantaris (assists)<br />
  15. 15. Hips Backward<br />Hips: anterior pelvic tilt<br />Iliacus<br />Knees: extension<br />Vasti group (medialis, intermedius, lateralis)<br />Rectus femoris<br />
  16. 16. Hips Forward/Backward: Hips<br />Anterior pelvic tilt<br />Posterior pelvic tilt<br />
  17. 17. Hips Forward/Backward: Knees<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
  18. 18. Hips to the Left<br />(Back to anatomical position:<br />Hips<br />Posterior pelvic tilt)<br />Hip (left)<br />Adduction<br />Hip (right)<br />Abduction<br />Not shown:<br />Subtalar (left)<br />Inversion<br />Subtalar (right)<br />Eversion<br />
  19. 19. High Steps: Trunk<br />Flexion<br />Rectus abdominus<br />External obliques<br />Internal obliques<br />Psoas major (entire iliopsoas is used in full movement)<br />Extension<br />Erector spinae group<br />Interspinales<br />
  20. 20. High Steps: Trunk<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
  21. 21. High Steps: Hips<br />Flexion<br />Sartorius<br />Tensor fasciae latae<br />Rectus femoris<br />Iliopsoas<br />Pectineus<br />Adductor brevis, longus<br />Gracilis<br />Gluteus medius<br />Extension<br />Gluteus maximus<br />Adductor magnus<br />Semimembranosus<br />Semitendinosus<br />Biceps femoris (long head)<br />
  22. 22. High Steps: Hips<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
  23. 23. High Steps: Knees<br />Flexion<br />Biceps femoris<br />Popliteus<br />Semimembranosus<br />Semitendinosus<br />Gastrocnemius (assists)<br />Plantaris (assists)<br />Extension<br />Vasti group (medialis, intermedius, lateralis)<br />Rectus femoris<br />
  24. 24. High Steps: Knees<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />
  25. 25. High Steps: Ankles<br />Plantar flexion<br />Gastrocnemius<br />Plantaris<br />Soleus<br />Tibialis posterior (assists)<br />Flexor digitorumlongus (assists)<br />Flexor hallucislongus (assists)<br />Peroneus longus, brevis (assists)<br />Dorsiflexion<br />Peroneus tertius<br />Tibialis anterior<br />Extensor digitorumlongus (assists)<br />Extensor hallucislongus (assists)<br />
  26. 26. High Steps: Ankles<br />Plantar flexion<br />Dorsiflexion<br />
  27. 27. Hands Galloping/Wrist Toggling<br />Extension/hyperextension<br />Extensor carpi radialislongus/brevis<br />Extensor carpi ulnaris<br />Flexion<br />Flexor carpi radialis<br />Flexor carpi ulnaris<br />Palmaris longus (assists)<br />Flexor digitorumsuperficialis (assists)<br />Flexor digitorumprofundus (assists)<br />Interphalangeal flexion (once)<br />Flexor digitorumsuperficialis<br />Flexor digitorumprofundus<br />Flexor pollicislongus<br />
  28. 28. Hands Galloping/Wrist Toggling<br />Flexion<br />Extension<br />

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