I was definitely going to suggest coloring books.
For complicated processes, there are also lots of videos online. I found cartoon-y ones helpful, in particular, when I got to the immune system. That helped me get a basic grasp, and then it was much easier to fill in the details.
Also just writing some things down (like the ... cascade when you get a cut that clearly I remember VERY well two years later without starting nursing school
yet cos I'm waiting on acceptance... or the way blood pumps through the body etc) in order over and over and over and over and over. And over. And over. (this really helped for chemistry equations too. We weren't ALLOWED cheat sheets, but I would make one with tons of shortcuts for writing, and then I'd write it until I could reproduce it from scratch, so that I didn't have to keep electronaegativity patterns etc just in my head to get garbled.)
BUT. BY FAR. The best 2 things for anatomy, especially anatomy 1:
1) The app essential Anatomy 5 (which... maybe there are further updates now, but thats still the one on my phone.)
It allows you to layer all the different systems onto a skeleton. On your computer it will actually move the muscles so you can visualize each movement. You can isolate a bone or muscle or organ and view it from all angles alone or on the skeleton. It has insertion points etc... LIFESAVER. I think it was like $10 for iphone and $30 for the computer at the time, but it was better and more helpful than all other supplements for me and my classmates, except maybe the atlas we needed.
2) Also, Kenhub.com has a subscription service that will help you quiz yourself instead of creating quizlets. I found it way more helpful and less time consuming.