A muscle having three heads; specif., the great extensor of the forearm, arising by three heads and inserted into the olecranon at the elbow.
The muscles on the outside and back of the upper arm. Its main function is to straighten the arm (extend the elbow).
Muscle of the posterior upper arm, opposite the biceps, that extends the elbow.
A muscle with three heads. Triceps are located on the back of the upper arm.
muscle along back of upper arm
any skeletal muscle having three origins (but especially the triceps brachii)
The tricep is a muscle with three heads of origin, particularly the triceps brachii, which is situated on the back of the upper arm and contracts to extend the forearm.
Latin tres = 3, and caput = head; hence a 3-headed muscle.
the muscle which contracts when you straighten your arm
the muscle at the back of the upper arm that extends or straightens the elbow.
Muscle in the upper arm that extends the forearm.
Muscles on the back of the upper arms. Upright Bike A stationary bike that puts the user in a similar position as a traditional bicycle. The user sits on small seat, with his or her back upright and unsupported, and legs vertical to the floor. It emphasizes the quadriceps (the front of the thigh).
(L. tri, three + caput, head). Denoting a muscle with three heads, e.g., musculus triceps.
Muscle of the back of the upper arm, primarily responsible for extending the elbow.
The muscles on the back of the upper arms that straighten your elbows and allow you to push your arms forward. You use them when you're fly-fishing or pushing a running stroller.
A muscle of the arm used to extend the forearm.