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  1. Hips
    Hips are located at the backside of the body and are known to be the strongest muscle groups. Their largest function is to allow a person to stand upright and walk. When working out these muscles, they are strengthened and toned which makes them appear larger. In some cases, people tend to have bigger hips than others due to genetics.
  2. Thighs
    Thighs lie along the sides or front of the body and have two major purposes. One being to move the legs forward and the second is to provide the majority of the power that is transferred throughout the body while walking.
  3. Calf & Feet
    The calf and foot are the muscles that connect the feet to the rest of the body. These muscles help a person maintain balance and stability, especially when standing. A person’s calves are often overlooked when thinking about their fitness routine, but play a key role in keeping the human body stable.
  4. Buttocks
    Buttocks are similar to the buttocks that we think of while sitting down. However, the buttock muscles are slightly different as they do not attach directly to the bone, but rather stretch over the ilium (a portion of the ilium). This gives us the ability to squat and bend.
  5. Arms
    Arms are considered to be one of the best examples of symmetry where each side of the body is equal to the other. Both arms are made up of many muscles including biceps, triceps, elbow flexors, forearm extensors, wrist flexors, wrist extensors, and deltoid. The arm is responsible for lifting objects, swinging hammers, holding tools, and even playing musical instruments.
  6. Abdomen
    Abdominal muscles are what make up our stomach, lower back, and chest. If someone exercises these muscles regularly, he or she will notice a flatter stomach and wider shoulders.
  7. Chest
    The chest is generally the place where women have breasts and men have pecs. While both sexes share the same muscles, women have more prominent breasts and men have larger pecs. Men also have more pronounced clavicles (collar bones) compared to women. There are actually three types of collarbones – acromion process, sternal end, and xiphoid process.

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