Where can I find free muscle-group and skeleton diagrams online?
January 9, 2007 8:18 AM   Subscribe

Infographilter: Where can I find free muscle-group and skeletal diagrams online?

My wife is enrolled in a personal-trainer course and needs to learn the major muscle groups, and the human skeletal structure.

Hi-res diagrams we can print on a inkjet-plotter would be ideal.
posted by stungeye to Health & Fitness (7 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I know it doesn't address the "online" part of the question, but you mention that you want to print them out. Copies of Gray's Anatomy (not the TV show) can be had for fifteen bucks at almost any bookstore. Way too much information contained therein, but that's what I used to learn such stuff.
posted by notsnot at 8:29 AM on January 9, 2007

Buy this book, its awesome. If she can hire a personal trainer, she buy a $14 book. Its really impressive. And now that I think about it, you'll probably save on ink.
posted by j-urb at 10:01 AM on January 9, 2007

Wait wait wait, even better idea, you get it for her as a gift.
posted by j-urb at 10:03 AM on January 9, 2007

ExRx: http://exrx.net/Exercise.html
posted by jbb7 at 11:43 AM on January 9, 2007

Try these. They aren't high res but they contain the information you're looking for in a straight forward presentation.
posted by 517 at 1:36 PM on January 9, 2007

Bartleby has all of Grey's Anatomy online, though the resolution of the pictures isn't quite as high as you seem to want.
posted by needs more cowbell at 4:12 PM on January 9, 2007

Thanks all.

I think I'll buy the book j-urb suggested.
posted by stungeye at 9:58 AM on January 10, 2007

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