Yep you need to know 26 muscle for Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology and 50 muscles for your Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology Exam, the chances are you've have taken one look at the MUSCLES section and closed the manual again.
Am I right?
Maybe you feel overwhelmed with dozens of muscles to remember, their location, the joints crossed, their origins and insertions plus what each muscle actually does in relation to exercise and staring at your course manual, and endless Latin words for hours on end, whilst nothing seems to go in.
You are not alone…
Most people find it frustrating to learn muscles from reading a book or manual.
Consider the possibility that learning the muscles for your exam doesn't need to be laborious repetition of reading the same table in your manual over and over again.
Most people remember things by using their visual and auditory memory and attaching meaning to what they see and hear. Something every course manuals lacks.
If I ask you what the colour was of the front door on your first ever house. You will seek for a visual image, and hear yourself recalling the colour of the door. Your brain already holds this information, we just don't require it all the time.
Recalling the muscles works the same way, but first you need to construct a visual image so you can recall it during your exam.
This is exactly what these flashcards do. They will give you:
✔️ a clear image of the muscle
✔️ highlight the location of each muscle
✔️The joints crossed & joint actions
✔️Clear, easy to remember origins & insertions
✔️What each muscle actually does in relation to exercise
The Level 2 and 3 Muscle Memory Sprint is mapped to the Active IQ, YMCA, CYQ, Focus Awards, VTCT, Future Fit and NASM syllabus, making sure you are learning exactly what you need to for your exam.