The back rises from the top of the buttocks and continues to the back of the neck, and includes the shoulders.
The muscles of the upper and lower arm work together to create movement at the elbow and also extend and flex your wrist.
The ankle is the joint between the foot and leg. This is comprised of three bones; the tibia, fibular, and talus.
The head and neck is everything from your skull to the spinal column, also including the muscles and bones of the face.
When looking at the hip and groin, it is made up on the pelvis, the thigh bone and all the muscles, tendons, and ligaments attached to these areas.
The knee joint consists of four bones the femur, tibia, fibular and patellar, an extensive network of muscles, ligaments, tendons and cartilage.
The shoulder consists of 3 joints and a variety of muscles working together to create movement through the arm, shoulder blade, and helping the neck in its movements.