Adductor Magnus

The adductor magnus is a large, triangular adductor muscle in the medial compartment of the thigh that assists in the movements of the hip and thigh. The adductor magnus has multiple osseoaponeurotic openings, formed by tendinous arches attached to the bone, to allow for the passage of vessels.

Adductor Magnus

Muscle Group(s):

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

Exercises that involve this muscle:

Action: Hip Adduction
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