What Does Brachii Mean?


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In human anatomy, the biceps brachii is defined as a muscle. The biceps brachii muscle is located on the upper arm. Biceps brachii is a Latin term. If translated into English, the term biceps brachii literally means two heads of the arm.

This refers to the fact the biceps brachii muscles comprises two bundles or heads. They have a common point of insertion near the elbow. The biceps have several functions. The most important functions of the biceps are to flex the elbow and to rotate the forearm.

The biceps brachii is probably the most well-known of all the muscles in the human body. It is a fairly superficial muscle. It is a well-developed muscle even in the case of non-athletes. Exercises to strengthen the biceps, including bicep curls, are often the most favourite part of workouts for gymnasium goers as well as bodybuilders. It is possible to develop large, strong biceps through weight training exercises.

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