Episode 58 - Rotating, Tight Grips, and Precise Control: Part 1

Anatomy On The Go - Un pódcast de Seth Jump


Right now, if you look down at your forearm and hand, you can perform all kinds of movements: rotate your radius around your ulna, move your hand toward your forearm by bending your wrist, flex your fingers, straighten them right back out. Many, many muscles beneath your skin are helping you do this. Let’s chat about these muscles. Keep on listening to learn more.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/anatomy-on-the-go/donations

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