5- TEST OF THE WRIST (TENDON)
To start with, put your arm toward the flat surface. Once you have put the arm as told in the video, start pushing your pinky and thumb toward each other and slightly raise your hand up.
4- VESTIGIAL MUSCLE
After putting the wrist, if you see a raised structure in middle of your wrist, it means you have a vestigial muscle in your arm. The Tendon seen by you is a thin strip of muscle which runs from wrist to elbow, and is also called Palmaris longus muscle. The absence of this muscle in one or both the arms present in humans varies from 10 to 15 percent.
3- UNREMEMBERED MUSCLE
Absence of this muscle doesn’t make any difference or makes you weaker. Neither it has effect on your grip strength. This is largely used as the first tendon to be taken out for cosmetic or reconstructive surgeries as they don’t lead to any physical deformities if used.