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This easy-to-use app for anatomy students and instructors makes musculoskeletal anatomy and kinesiology easier to learn, understand and remember. Over 2000 unique 3D videos show all human muscles in motion. If you’re a student, this app is guaranteed to increase your understanding and grades. If you’re an educator, help your students excel in their studies! They will love you for it.

 

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Who It’s For

Over 400,000 fans around the world, including:

• Kinesiology & Anatomy Students
• University & College Professors

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Table of Contents

• 3D Anatomy of the Muscular System
• 3D Anatomy of the Skeletal System
• 3D Kinesiology
• 3D Energy Mechanisms

Features:

3D Anatomy of the Muscular System

Watch 2000+ unique videos of all muscles in the human muscular system –  in 3D. This section demonstrates the connection points and movements that every muscle performs in fascinating animations. This is guaranteed to increase your understanding and grades. In addition to viewing each muscle separately, it is possible to see the whole model while removing or returning layers.

3D Anatomy of the Skeletal System

View the skeletal system in 3D, rotate each bone up to 360 degrees and learn all the areas that are located on each bone, including the connection points to the different muscles. It is possible to get to each muscle with a simple click on the connection points.

3D Kinesiology

Watch a whole chapter on the movements that every joint performs, including all the muscles that perform each movement, as they work together.

Each movement includes several video segments that present all the muscles from different angles. This will help you truly understand how each joint works!

3D Energy Mechanisms

Watch videos that present the physiology behind the muscular system.

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“If you teach Anatomical Kinesiology and don’t use M&M, you are missing out.”

Muscle & Motion (M&M) is the best teaching resource, especially for Anatomical Kinesiology, that I have seen in my 25 years in higher education. It allows the student to become genuinely engaged in material that can otherwise be dry and non-stimulating. The graphics are unbelievable. All material is scientifically sound and the authors regularly update content. My plan in the future is to do away with requiring a textbook and will have each student order M&M-Strength Training instead. All M&M products are affordable and the M&M staff is highly responsive, courteous, and helpful. If you teach Anatomical Kinesiology and don’t use M&M, you are missing out.

Mark H. Bean, Ph.D, ACSM Certified Program Director, Professor and Chair of Department of Health & Kinesiology, Mississippi University for Women | Mississippi, USA view more

“It makes a HUGE difference when you can see the muscle moving”

I have been teaching kinesiology for almost a decade and ever since I have discovered Muscles and Motion, it has changed the way I present material, review material, and teach material. Our students find that the dynamic movement and sample exercises and motions presented give them a more accurate appreciation of the line of pull and how the muscle actually functions during an activity. Muscles & Motion helps this content COME TO LIFE. It makes a HUGE difference when you can see the muscle moving (and appreciate its movement during an activity) than just looking at a picture in a book or trying to memorize origins and insertions from a flash card. It’s a brilliant supplement to our course. Thank you for this incredible learning and teaching tool!

Samia H. Rafeedie, OTD, OTR/L, CBIS, Assistant Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy | California, USA view more

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