A muscle having two heads or origins; -- applied particularly to a flexor in the arm, and to another in the thigh.
Latin bis = double, and caput = head, hence 2-headed, adjective - bicipital.
The muscle on the front of the upper arm. Its main function is to move the forearm towards the shoulder (flex the elbow).
Also known as the front of the arm or (bis). To work the biceps do incline dumbbell curls, seated dumbbell curls, standing barbell curls, or hammer curls.
large muscle in the front of the upper arm that flexes the forearm
The muscle on the front of the upper arm that flexes the forearm.
the muscle running along the inside of the upper arm which bends your arm at the elbow.
Any Y-shaped muscle that is attached to he skeleton by two tendons at one end, and single tendon at the other, but usually referring to the biceps brachii which is located between the shoulder and the elbow.
A muscle having two heads. The most familiar is the large muscle in the front of the upper arm responsible for flexing the forearm.
A muscle with two heads. Biceps are located in the arms and legs. Leg biceps are commonly incorrectly referred to as the hamstring.
large muscle on front of upper arm
any skeletal muscle having two origins (but especially the muscle that flexes the forearm)
the muscle that contracts to bend your arm
A group of muscles present in the upper forelimb of tetrapods, which are flexors of the elbow joint. In the hind limb, the biceps femoris is a flexor of the knee and an elevator of the femur.
The muscle on the inside of the upper arm. It is responsible for bending the elbow and gets its name from having two bundles of muscle fibers in it.
(L. bi, two + caput, head). Two heads. Pertaining to muscles with two heads, e.g., biceps brachii.
Muscle at the front of the upper arm.
The muscle of the anterior upper arm
the muscles on the front of the upper arm. These muscles contract to bend the arm at the elbow, working opposite the triceps.