Adductor Longus

The adductor longus, a muscle of the adductor group in the medial compartment of the thigh, is the most superficial of the three adductors; it is a triangular muscle, lying in the same plane as the pectineus.

Adductor Longus

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This muscle is responsible or assists with the following joint movement(s):

Exercises that involve this muscle:

Action: Hip Adduction
Action: Hip Medial Rotation
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