- Abs (rectus abdominis)
- Traps (trapezius),
- Chest (pectoralis)
- Triceps (triceps brachii),
- Shoulders (deltoids),
- Biceps (biceps brachii),
- Forearm (brachioradialis)
- Lats (latissimus dorsi),
- Middle Back (rhomboids),
- Lower Back
- Glutes (gluteus maximus and medius),
- Quads (quadriceps),
- Hamstrings (biceps femoris),
- Calves (gastrocnemius)
Shoulders, chest and triceps: Used to push objects away from you and used to push yourself away from objects.
Shoulders, upper back muscles and biceps:Used to pull objects towards you, and used to pull yourself towards objects.
Abdominals and side muscles:Used to rotate and flex your spine, and also stabilises your spine.
Lower back muscles:Used to extend your spine backwards and assists in bending, rotating and stabilising your spine.
Buttocks:Used to stretch your hip joint, extend your leg backwards and rotate your thigh outwards.
Upper thigh muscle:Used to flex hip joint forward and to extend your knee joint to straighten your leg.
Hamstring muscle:Used to bend your knee, moving your heel towards your buttocks.
Calf muscle:Used to flex your foot downward and bend your knee joint.
Shin muscle:Flexes your foot upward and inward, and supports the arch of your foot when running or walking.