9 episodes

In this podcast, you can learn anatomy wherever you go, driving in the car, at the gym, or doing work around the house. The first episodes will introduce you to the human anatomy systems. Additional episodes will be dedicated to directly answering your anatomy questions and providing resources to help you learn more effectively, quickly, and with less stress.

Anatomy On The Go Seth Jump

    • Science
    • 4.6 • 24 Ratings

In this podcast, you can learn anatomy wherever you go, driving in the car, at the gym, or doing work around the house. The first episodes will introduce you to the human anatomy systems. Additional episodes will be dedicated to directly answering your anatomy questions and providing resources to help you learn more effectively, quickly, and with less stress.

    Episode 49 - Let's Go Deeper...Toward the Spine

    Episode 49 - Let's Go Deeper...Toward the Spine

    Today, you will learn a bit more about those muscles keep us standing up straight all day long...and a little trick to remember them. You’d have to pull some massive muscles to the side to see ‘em, the trap and the lat. Let’s take a look on layer at a time. To get all the episodes of the podcast, go to https://anatomyonthego.supercast.tech



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    • 11 min
    Episode 48 - How To Quickly Identify Muscles

    Episode 48 - How To Quickly Identify Muscles

    Let’s say you are asked to identify some muscles on an upcoming test. You have 30 seconds to figure it out and then you have to move on. What can you do to quickly figure out what muscle you’re looking at?
    To get all the episodes of the podcast, go to https://anatomyonthego.supercast.tech


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    • 15 min
    Episode 47 - The Core: Benefits beyond the Beach

    Episode 47 - The Core: Benefits beyond the Beach

    Why bother with the 6-pack and working your obliques? Are those muscles only good for the beach or the pool? Whether you answer that question with a yes or a no, you can press play and see what you can learn more about the core.

    To get all the episodes of the podcast, go to https://anatomyonthego.supercast.tech


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    • 12 min
    Episode 40: The Big Bad Brachial Plexus

    Episode 40: The Big Bad Brachial Plexus

    In this episode of Anatomy On The Go, you will learn a little bit more about the brachial plexus, including what spinal cord levels are involved with the innervation. What does that mean, dude? Stay tuned to find out.

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    • 18 min
    Episode 34: What's Up with the Names of Skeletal Muscles?

    Episode 34: What's Up with the Names of Skeletal Muscles?

    There are hundreds and hundreds of skeletal muscles. And yes, they can be tricky and sometimes overwhelming. However, the nice thing is that the names of the muscles often tell you where they are, what they are doing, how they are shaped, and so on. You don’t have to memorize these muscles...you can use the names to your big-time advantage. Listen in today and you can feel more on top of the muscles!

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    • 9 min
    Episode 18 - Upper Limb Bones

    Episode 18 - Upper Limb Bones

    In episode 18, we talk about the landmarks and structures that you'll find on the upper limb bones. Those bones include the scapula (shoulder blade); clavicle (collar bone); humerus (arm); radius & ulna (forearm); and carpals, metacarpals, and phalanges (hand). You can learn the landmarks, why they're there, some tips for quickly sizing up and identifying the bones, and pointers for identifying anterior vs posterior, medial vs lateral, etc.
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    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

caitie1214 ,

The best podcast to learn anatomy

I drive a lot for work and was needing a way to study anatomy on the go. This podcast has been an absolute god-send! Seth manages to keep you engaged while hitting on the key parts of anatomy. There are some topics that I tried to study for years and only after listening to this podcast did I feel that I really mastered them

Billy Joe Jr. ,

I PASSED!

Thanks to your help with Anatomy I passed the PMA exam. By breaking the information into smaller chucks I was finally able to absorb it. Thank your for sharing your knowledge and communicating so clearly! Excellent podcast!

brookegilbert1977 ,

Amazing!!!

I love how you break the anatomy into different compartments, give practical tips and mnemonics to remember the information, and explain why certain muscles have their names! I can’t get enough of this! Have you ever considered a segment on “how to” and tips on localization of certain muscles that cause certain neuromuscular issues? For example, identifying and localizing muscles that are affected in patients with upper and/lower limb spasticity? Thank you!!!

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