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Procedure 1 ldentifying Joint Motions of Common Movements Team up with a partner, and have your partner perform each of the following a actions are performed, and list the joints that are in motion ctions. Watch carefully as the for each joint (e.g., anual/ Ask your instructor if he or she wants you to use the technical name or the common name ious. Others, such be obv glenohumeral versus shoulder joint). Some of the joints, such as the hip joint and knee joint, will as the radio ulnar joint, the interphala ngeal joints, and the intervertebral joints, are less obvious and easily overlooked. ised, determine which motions are occurring at each joint. Keep in mind the leted the activity, answer ction Once you have listed the joints being motions are type and the range of motion of each joint as you answer each question. When you have comp Check Your Understanding question 7 (p. 252). moto 1 Walking up stairs lcho Joints moving: Motions occurring: le o dho r jui lar 2 Doing jumping jacks Joints moving: Motions occurring: 244 Exploring Anatomy& Physiology in the Laboratory

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Procedure 1 ldentifying Joint Motions of Common Movements
Team up with a partner, and have your partner perform each of the following a
actions are performed, and list the joints that are in motion
ctions. Watch carefully as the
for each joint (e.g.,
anual/
Ask your instructor if he or she wants you to use the technical name or the common name
ious. Others, such
be obv
glenohumeral versus shoulder joint). Some of the joints, such as the hip joint and knee joint, will
as the radio
ulnar joint, the interphala
ngeal joints, and the intervertebral joints, are less obvious and easily overlooked.
ised, determine which motions are occurring at each joint. Keep in mind the
leted the activity, answer
ction
Once you have listed the joints being
motions are
type and the range of motion of each joint as you answer each question. When you have comp
Check Your Understanding question 7 (p. 252).
moto
1 Walking up stairs
lcho
Joints moving:
Motions occurring:
le o
dho
r
jui
lar
2 Doing jumping jacks
Joints moving:
Motions occurring:
244 Exploring Anatomy& Physiology in the Laboratory
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Transcribed Image Text:Procedure 1 ldentifying Joint Motions of Common Movements Team up with a partner, and have your partner perform each of the following a actions are performed, and list the joints that are in motion ctions. Watch carefully as the for each joint (e.g., anual/ Ask your instructor if he or she wants you to use the technical name or the common name ious. Others, such be obv glenohumeral versus shoulder joint). Some of the joints, such as the hip joint and knee joint, will as the radio ulnar joint, the interphala ngeal joints, and the intervertebral joints, are less obvious and easily overlooked. ised, determine which motions are occurring at each joint. Keep in mind the leted the activity, answer ction Once you have listed the joints being motions are type and the range of motion of each joint as you answer each question. When you have comp Check Your Understanding question 7 (p. 252). moto 1 Walking up stairs lcho Joints moving: Motions occurring: le o dho r jui lar 2 Doing jumping jacks Joints moving: Motions occurring: 244 Exploring Anatomy& Physiology in the Laboratory
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