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1. muscles work by contracting (pulling) ... never by pushing 2. the insertion movable bone 3. the origin fixed or immovable point of attachment a. prime mover (agonist) - the muscle that provides the major effort in movement b. antagonist - muscle that opposes the motion of the prime mover c. synergists - muscles that help other muscles d. fixators - muscles that immobilize a bone
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