Your triceps muscle, stationed on the underside of your upper arm, shortened.
One was through his bicep, and the other on his triceps, and it looked as though the bullet went straight through.
His wrath expressed itself, and gaily, in the play of the triceps muscle.
The ulna must then be cleared, and the triceps divided at its insertion.
However, there are three muscles of the upper arm which may here be named: the triceps, the brachialis anticus, and the biceps.
The action of its antagonist, the triceps, may be studied in the same manner.
It covers the rectus and vastus externus portions of the triceps cruris; it is also in relation with the gluteal muscles.
The triceps brachii is the chief antagonist of the biceps brachii.
The muscle which constitutes it—the triceps cubiti—occupies, on the contrary, a greater area.
What origins and attachments must the triceps have to make it extend the arm?
triceps tri·ceps (trī'sěps')
n. pl. tri·ceps·es (-sěp'sĭz) or triceps
A three-headed muscle of the upper arm, whose long or scapular head has origin from the lateral border of the scapula, the lateral head, origin from the lateral and posterior surface of the humerus, and the medial head from the posterior surface of the humerus; with insertion into the olecranon of the ulna, with nerve supply from the radial nerve, and whose action extends the forearm; the triceps brachii.
The gastrocnemius and soleus muscles of the calf considered as one muscle; the triceps surae.