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Front Back

1.Flexion of the hip
2.Anterior pelvic rotation
3.External rotation of the femur
4.Transverse pelvic rotation
5.Lateral flexion of lumbar spine
6.Lateral pelvic rotation
Psoas Major/Minor


1.Flexion of the hip

2.Extension of the knee

3.Anterior pelvic rotation

 
Rectus Femoris


1.Flexion of the hip

2.Flexion of the knee

3.Anterior pelvic rotation

4.External rotation of the thigh

5.Internal rotation of the knee

6.Abduction of the hip

 
Sartorius

1.Flexion of the hip
2.Adduction of the hip
3.External rotation of the hip
Pectineus


1.Adduction of the hip

2.External rotation of the hip

3.Assists in flexion of the hip

 
Adductor Brevis


1.Adduction of the hip

2.Assists in flexion of the hip

 
Adductor Longus


1.Adduction of the hip

2.External rotation of the hip

3.Extension of the hip

 
Adductor Magnus
1. Flexion of the hip
2. Anterior pelvic rotation
3. External rotation of the femur
4. Transverse pelvic rotation
Iliacus


1.Adduction of the hip

2.Weak flexion of the knee

3.Assists with flexion of the hip

4.Internal rotation of the hip

5.Weak internal rotation of the knee
Gracilis


1.Flexion of the knee

2.Extension of the hip

3.Posterior pelvic rotation

4.Internal rotation of the hip

5.Internal rotation of the flexed knee

 
Semitendinosus


1.Flexion of the knee

2.Extension of the hip

3.Posterior pelvic rotation

4.Internal rotation of the hip

5.Internal rotation of the flexed knee

 
Semimembranosus


1.Flexion of the knee

2.Extension of the hip

3.Posterior pelvic rotation

4.External rotation of the hip

5.External rotation of the flexed knee

 
Biceps Femoris


1.Extension of the hip

2.Posterior pelvic rotation

3.External rotation of the hip

4.Upper fibers: assist in hip abduction

5.Lower fibers: assist in hip adduction

 
Gluteus Maximus

1.Abduction of the hip
2.Lateral pelvic rotation
3.Anterior fibers: internal rotation and flexion of the hip
4.Posterior fibers: external rotation and extension of the hip
Gluteus Medius


1.Abduction of the hip

2.Lateral pelvic rotation

3.Hip internal rotation

4.Flexion of the hip
Gluteus Minimus

1.Abduction of the hip
2.Flexion of the hip
3.Anterior pelvic rotation
4.Internal rotation of the hip
 
Tensor Fasciae Latae
Rectus Femorus
Sartorius
Pectineus
Adductor Brevis
Adductor Longus
Adductor Magnus
Gracilis
Semitendinosus
Semimembranosus
Biceps Femoris
Gluteus Maximus
Gluteus Medius
Gluteus Minimus
Tensor Fasciae Latae
Psoas Major and Linor
Iliacus
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