This example wants us to take those anatomical terms that we just learned and try to identify some very specific muscles or FASA in the body. Now, you probably know what muscles are. You may not know that fascia is connective tissue that surrounds muscles or connects muscles to other tissue in the body. You don't need to know that for this chapter, we'll learn all about it when we do muscles. Ok. First off, we have the gluteus maximus. Where might that be? Well, gluteus, gluteus is the gluteal region, the gluteal region or your gluteus maximus. That's the big old muscle of your rear end. We're gonna say it's in the buttocks. So the gluteus maximus, the big old muscle of your butt. Next, we have the transverse perennial muscle. Where may that be? All right? Transverse perennial, keyword, perennial. We said perennial was the small region between the anus and the genitals. So I'm just gonna write that between anus and genitals. Next up, we have the levi scapula, think where that may be. All right. Keyword there, scapula, scapula sounds like scapular scapular is the shoulder blade. Finally, we have what I think is a bit of a tricky one, the thoraco lumbar FASA. Where might that be? Ok. This word here actually has two roots in it. First, we have or second, what I see more easily. I see lumbar and lumbar. I know is the lower back. But we have the first part of the word and the first part of the word that thoraco that is going to refer to the thorax, the thoracic region, so lower back and thorax. So this is a whole bunch of FASA connective tissue that connects muscles to your spine in your back, the thoracolumbar FASA with that we have some more practice problems below. Give him a try.