David & Anterior Muscular System


Anterior Muscular System.

Depicted on the sculpture David by Michelangelo
From the “Renaissance Collection”. The design has intentionally been set up as a classic renaissance art poster that only on second glance reveals itself as educational anatomy and physiology artwork. The visibility of the numbered indicators has furthermore been minimally designed to advance this deception.

The anterior muscular system refers to the group of muscles located on the front side of the body. These muscles play a significant role in various movements and functions, such as flexion, abduction, and rotation of the limbs, as well as supporting the core and assisting with breathing. Some notable muscles included in the anterior muscular system are the pectoralis major, rectus abdominis, and quadriceps.

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