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<p>yellow</p>

yellow

zygomaticus

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<p>orange</p>

orange

buccinator

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3
<p>light green</p>

light green

orbicularis oculi

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4
<p>blue</p>

blue

fontalis

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5
<p>red</p>

red

orbicularis oris

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6
<p>green</p>

green

masseter

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7
<p>purple</p>

purple

temporalis

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8
<p>brown</p>

brown

sternocleidomasoid

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<p>back part of head colored in light red</p>

back part of head colored in light red

occipitalfrontalis

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10
<p>red</p>

red

trapezius

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<p>blue</p>

blue

latissimus dorsi

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12
<p>yellow</p>

yellow

quadratus lumborum

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<p>orange</p>

orange

sternocleidomastoid

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14
<p>green</p>

green

deltoid

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15
<p>red</p>

red

pectoralis major

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<p>yellow</p>

yellow

external oblique

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<p>purple</p>

purple

rectus abdominus

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<p>muscle inbetween the red and yellow</p>

muscle inbetween the red and yellow

external intercostal

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<p>orange (first arrow)</p>

orange (first arrow)

gluteus medius

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<p>light blue (2nd arrow)</p>

light blue (2nd arrow)

gluteus maximus

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<p>dark blue (right side of dorsal femur) (3rd arrow)</p>

dark blue (right side of dorsal femur) (3rd arrow)

semitendinosus (part of hamstring)

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<p>dark blue (left side of dorsal femur) (4th arrow)</p>

dark blue (left side of dorsal femur) (4th arrow)

bicep femorus (part of hamstring)

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<p>dark blue (proximal to popliteal) (5th arrow)</p>

dark blue (proximal to popliteal) (5th arrow)

semimembraneosus (part of hamstring)

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<p>light purple (6th arrow)</p>

light purple (6th arrow)

gastronemius

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<p>dark purple (7th arrow)</p>

dark purple (7th arrow)

soleus

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<p>yellow (wraps across) (1st arrow)</p>

yellow (wraps across) (1st arrow)

sartorius

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<p>red (2nd arrow)</p>

red (2nd arrow)

rectus femorus (part of quadriceps)

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<p>red (3rd arrow)</p>

red (3rd arrow)

vastus medialis (part of quadriceps)

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<p>red (4th arrow)</p>

red (4th arrow)

vastus lateralis (part of quadriceps)

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<p>light green (5th arrow)</p>

light green (5th arrow)

fibularis

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<p>dark green (last arrow) (6th arrow)</p>

dark green (last arrow) (6th arrow)

tibialis anterior

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<p>red (1st arrow)</p>

red (1st arrow)

deltoid

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<p>purple (2nd arrow)</p>

purple (2nd arrow)

biceps brachii

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34
<p>green</p>

green

triceps brachii

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<p>3rd arrow (furthest left)</p>

3rd arrow (furthest left)

bracior adialis

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<p>4th arrow (2nd to last right)</p>

4th arrow (2nd to last right)

extensor carpi radialis

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<p>5th + 6th arrow (2nd and 3rd left)</p>

5th + 6th arrow (2nd and 3rd left)

extensor carpi radialis longus + brevis

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<p>7th arrow (middle muscle)</p>

7th arrow (middle muscle)

extensor digiorium

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<p>8th arrow (furthest right)</p>

8th arrow (furthest right)

flexor carpi ulnaris

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<p>1</p>

1

orbicularis oris

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<p>2</p>

2

orbicularis oculi

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<p>3</p>

3

zygomaticus

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<p>4</p>

4

obicularisoris

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<p>5</p>

5

pectoralis major

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<p>6</p>

6

deltoid

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<p>7</p>

7

biceps brachii

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<p>8</p>

8

rectus abdominus

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<p>9</p>

9

transversus abdominus

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<p>10</p>

10

adductor group

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<p>11</p>

11

gracilis

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<p>12</p>

12

satorius

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<p>13</p>

13

tibialis anterior

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<p>14</p>

14

frontalis

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<p>15</p>

15

masseter

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<p>16</p>

16

sternocleidomastoid

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<p>17</p>

17

external oblique

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<p>18</p>

18

rectus femorus

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<p>19</p>

19

vastus lateralis

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<p>20</p>

20

vastus medialis

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<p>21</p>

21

fibularis longus

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<p>1</p>

1

gluteus maximus

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<p>2</p>

2

adductor muscle

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<p>3</p>

3

bicep femoris (hamstring)

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<p>4</p>

4

semitendinosus (hamstring)

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<p>5</p>

5

gastocnemius

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<p>6</p>

6

trapezius

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<p>7</p>

7

deltoid

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<p>8</p>

8

triceps brachii

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<p>9</p>

9

latissimus dorsi

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<p>10</p>

10

external oblique

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<p>11</p>

11

gluteus medius

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<p>12</p>

12

soleus

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