My best way to study anatomy is exercise. I'm a certified ACE and AFAA personal trainer. I had to memorize all muscles and bones before the exam. When I do squat, I mainly use my quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes. Quadriceps consist of 4 muscles Vastus Medialis, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Intermedialis, and rectus femoris. Hamstrings consist of 3 muscles, biceps femoris, semitendinosus, and semimembranosus. Glutes consist of Gluteus max, medius, minimus. Basically, you memorize muscles in groups during motion. It's easier to memorize when you are exercising like walking, lifting, pulling, pushing. Many terms of muscles are described in shape and location. For example, Retus femoris, Femoris is muscle on femur, the thigh bone. Longissimus Cervis is the neck muscle locates in cervical part and the muscle is long and thin supporting the spine. As with Physiology, I draw out the heart, lung and write a summary of both of them. I remember quicker when I can visualize them. Hopefully, these are helpful tips.