Easy Muscle Identification

This banner is a great tool for teaching students about the human muscular system as they learn to recognize and memorize muscles. This also helps them better understand how our bodies work and move. The banner features anterior and posterior muscles, designated by area groups for easier learning by students.

Anterior muscle groups feature the Facial (Frontalis, Temporalis, Masseter, Orbicularis Oris), Forearm (Palmaris Longus, Flexor Carpi, Radialis, Brachioradialis, Pronator Teres), Biceps (Brachialis, Biceps Brachii, Triceps Brachii), Neck (Platysma, Sternohyoid, Sternocleidomastoid), Pelvis (Iliopsoas Pectineus), Abdonoimal (External Oblique, Rectus Abdominis, Internal Oblique), Quadricep (Vastus Lateralis, Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis), Outer Shin (Peroneus Longus, Tibialis Anterior, Extensor, Digitorum Longus), and Inner Shin (Gastrocnemius Soleus).

Posterior muscle groups feature the Upper Back (Trapezius, Rhomboid, Teres Major), Lower Back (Latissimus Dorsi, Thoraco-lumbar Fascia, Gluteus Maximus), Hamstring (Vastus Lateralis, Gracilis Semimembranosus), Shoulder (Trapezius, Deltoid), Triceps (Triceps Brachii, Biceps Brachii), Wrist and Fingers Extenders (Extensor Carpi Ulnaris, Extensor Digitorum, Extensor Digiti Minimi), and Calf (Gastrocnemius Soleus).

Heavy-Duty Construction

Durable banners are made of strong vinyl, making them resistant to ripping or fraying. Metal grommets in the banner allow for easy display, making setup and take down simple. Huge 5’W x 3’H size makes it easy to instruct the entire class at once.