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Anatomy of Exercise: Part Two

We work our bodies to tone, strengthen, and stretch our muscles, but do you know what muscles you are working and when? Take this quiz to see if you know the anatomy of exercise.

1 of 5

This free weight exercise primarily works which set of muscles?

2 of 5

This stretch lengthens which muscle?

3 of 5

This exercise using a weight machine targets which muscle?

4 of 5

This side squat with theraband focuses the work on which muscle?

5 of 5

Which muscle is targeted with this exercise?

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Poppie Poppie 7 years
5/5...can't touch this!!
Fitness Fitness 7 years
Hey y'all, Sorry the image for the third question is confusing. I switched it so it is clearer.
rodrive rodrive 7 years
lol, bonnie
kclulu kclulu 7 years
Campgirl84 is right, #3 is definitely the hamstrings and not the quads.
campgirl84 campgirl84 7 years
plus, the muscle image shown when the answer is revealed are hamstring muscles...!
campgirl84 campgirl84 7 years
question #3 does NOT work the quadriceps. the image depicts a hamstring curl, as the pad sits behind the ankle (vs. in front), which means the joint action is knee flexion, not extension.
bonniebonnie bonniebonnie 7 years
woo hoo! 5/5! I'd like to thank my trainer at the gym I go to and my highschool Anatomy teacher! I couldn't have done it without y'all!
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