Teresa shrugged her shoulders. Not wrong, but if we want to use the fewest number of words, we write: Teresa shrugged. No one would think she maneuvered her toes.
Another is stood up. Except for the military order of "Stand down," we don’t need to give directions for standing.
We ought to be able to write, "She grabbed the boy by the nape." How many napes do we have? However, the single word doesn't feel right to most of us.
English usage isn't always logical—but you probably knew that.