Best thing to do is to break everything up into different systems. If you are learning simple anatomy, study only the muscles to leg, then the pelvis, or the forearm, or the abdomen.
Get familiar with the terms. Figure out what is anterior, posterior, lateral, and medial. Break the names into separate words. Superior rectus, medial oblique, and inferior rectus all give clues to their location.
Try not to get thrown off by the Road Runner terms. Rectus abdominis and carpi radialis longus are all confusing. Look at the base of each word. Again, most of them give clues. Abdominis refers to the abdomen; carpi refers to the wrist, as in carpal (like carpal tunnel); cervicis means neck, as in cervical. Latissimus means widest; longgissimus means longest; maximus means larger.
The names also reflect the shape of the muscle. Deltoid:triangle, orbicularis:circle (as in orbit), rhomboideus:rhombus shaped, etc.
Basically, the terms describe the shape and location. Carpi radialis longus basically means long, wrist muscle near radial (bone).
There should be a table in your book that has a musle terminolgy box.
Now, if you are studying the cells of the muscle, break it down by systems. Look at the whole muscle, then a group of cells, then the cell, then the inside of the cell. Many cells as basically localized in bands. Know the layers of the bands and know the skeletal muscles vs smooth muscles. Also look the base term for these cells. Peri means around and myo, mys means muscle, so perimysium mean tissue around the muscle. Endo mean inside, so endomysium means inside muscle. Help this helps.