[SOLVED] Muscle Presentation
(Two muscle presentation ) ( should not be too wordy must have a picture ) 1) Adductor Gracilis 2) Adductor Brevis Need 13 slides (7 for Each muscle) in APA format please with Reference page Muscle Presentation Instructions ( make sure to include all the key word such a origin insertion) Dirction are below ! Each of you will be individually tasked with teaching the class about TWO muscles that can be found within the lower extremity and/or the core (hip/spine/trunk region). Your report must include a PowerPoint presentation that includes the following points I. Features: Describe anatomical features such as general location and narrow down to origin and insertion as well as provide additional specific information about any bony landmarks (i.e. greater trochanter of the femur, etc.) if they are nearby, unusually developed, or prominent. II. Arthrology: Information about type of joint(s) the muscle crosses. Provide a description and examples of planes and axes used to analyze movement(s)generated at that joint by the muscle. III. Myology: Describe the qualities of the muscle fiber arrangement and tendon attachments. Discuss synergist(s) and antagonist(s) muscles and their attachment sites. Describe when synergists and antagonists contract compared to your assigned muscle. IV. Analysis of Daily Use: Describe how the muscle is used in activities of daily life to include use in both concentric and eccentric actions. Focus on the execution phase unless the muscles primary action is during the preparation phase. V. Analysis of Sport Use: Describe how the muscle is used in sport in both concentric and eccentric actions. Focus on the execution phase unless the muscles primary action is during the preparation phase. VI. Analysis of Strengthening: Describe specific exercises that strengthen the muscle during concentric action and exercise examples during eccentric action. Make sure to not just list exercises. Describe how the body is positioned to move the weight so to engage the specific muscle. VII. Analysis of Injury: Describe at least one scenario of injury to the muscle during daily use or sport. Be sure to provide a clear description of the body and joint positions as well as the source of forces that lead to the injury. Describe one example of the type of modifications of movement a person must make to compensate and complete tasks as normally as possible when the muscle function is temporarily or permanently lost due to injury. VIII. Your presentation should take no longer than 6-8 minutes and should have no more than 12-15 slides (including title and reference list slides). IX. The grading rubric is simple, to receive full points: a. Show the class that you have a good understanding of your assigned muscles and be sure to include a discussion of all points listed above in a well-organized/designed PowerPoint presentation. Effective pictures will help. b. Include an APA-formatted reference list at the end of the PowerPoint. c. You will be graded on the quality of your presentation as well as the content/organization of your PowerPoint. Information you gather for this report will come from many sources. A minimum of one of those sources must come from a published research article. The best way to gather information from a research article is to read it and then summarize it in your own words. That way you can use ideas developed by the authors in your paper and give the authors credit for it. Feel free to include your research summary at the end of the PowerPoint.
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