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kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/muscles.html 1. What are some examples of functions of your muscles? Lifting things 2. What are muscles made of? Elastic tissue 3. What are the 3 types of muscles? Smooth cardiac and skeletal 4. What is the difference between voluntary and involuntary control of muscles? Involuntary you have control and voluntary it does it for you 5. What are smooth muscles? Where are they found? What do they do in these areas? Are they under voluntary or involuntary...

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Building Muscle

talk about how BUILDING MUSCLE INCORPORATES MANY DIFFERENT FACTORS BUT CAN ULTIMATELY BE ACHEIEVED BY NUTRION, WEIGHT TRAINGING, AND ADDING SUPPLEMENTS TO YOUR DAILY ROUTINE. Let’s start with nutrition. There are hundreds of fad diets out there today, however the foundation of a successful nutrition plan begins a healthy calorie controlled diet. You must be eating a consistent amount of daily calories. This intake should be substantial enough to allow the body to build muscle. Undereating is one of...

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Muscle Fatigue

Muscle Fatigue Monira Begum How muscles work and get the energy they need to work. Muscles need energy to work and move. (1) Their main source of energy is glucose. Glucose is made of a number of different types of carbohydrates (usually sugar) as well as milk and fruits. Glucose turns into other chemicals such as water and carbon dioxide which releases energy. (2)Your muscles get warm when using or burning energy. Glucose is sent to muscles through red blood cells; this is how muscles get...

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muscle fatigue

 MUSCLE FATIGUE HOW DO MUSCLES GET THE ENERGY TO WORK? In muscles, it is essential that Calcium is present, as this gives the muscles the ability to contract and relax. For muscles to contract energy is needed: the energy can only be provided by the breakdown of a chemical called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). As ATP is broken down, a phosphate molecule is broken off, reducing the phosphate molecules, from 3 to 2. This produces adenosine triphosphate. However for the muscles contraction to continue...

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Muscle Development

Factors Controlling Healthy Development Of Muscle And Bone. The food you eat affects every system and function in your body. A well-balanced diet ensures that your body has the raw materials to produce and maintain healthy, strong muscles and bones. On the other hand, poor dietary habits can produce deficiencies in vital nutrients, leading to poor bone and muscle development in children or the damaging of the body's ability to maintain strong muscles and bones in adults. Protein It is a major...

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Muscle and Exercise

physical changes is one of the most noticeable effects on the body, due to loss of body fat and gain of muscle. Someone who is overweight or becoming overweight might exercise to shed off the pounds that are pure body fat. Also, someone who is into fitness might just love the fact that their body is in great shape, and exercise to maintain or gain a certain muscle tone. Exercising the muscles and joints helps the body develop, and keep a healthy weight and body tone. Another reason for working...

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Muscle Skeletal Muscle

Anatomy and Organization of Skeletal Muscle Skeletal Muscle Cells and Their Packaging into Muscles 1. Use the items in the key to correctly identify the structures described below. g; perimysium c; fascicle Key: a. b. c. endomysium epimysium fascicle fiber myofibril myofilament perimysium sarcolemma sarcomere sarcoplasm tendon 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. connective tissue ensheathing a bundle of muscle cells bundle of muscle cells contractile unit of muscle i; sarcomere d; fiber a; endomysium...

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How to Build Muscle

How to Build Muscle 1. Develop a Technique Learn the proper way to do each exercise whether it is pushups or weight training. Developing a solid technique will maximize the workout and strengthen the muscles. Strength training is a method that should not be overlooked because it allows a person to start with minimal weight and add more weight as they progress. This builds more muscle which in turn builds more strength. 2. Machines vs. Free Weights Those weightlifting machines...

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How to Build Muscle Mass

that is to gain lean muscle mass. To go about this, you need three aspects and goals to resound in harmony in order to successfully achieve your body composition goals. A proper diet to put on muscle and lose fat, a vigorous and consistent training regimen, proper rest, and most importantly a disciplined mindset towards pushing the limits of the body are necessary for building lean muscle mass. First and foremost; the diet is absolutely essential to building lean muscle mass. Possibly the most...

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Muscle and Transitional Epithelium

Tissue  Worksheet      Matching:     A.  Connective           B.  Epithelium           C.  Muscle           1. _____  forms  membranes     A 2. _____Allows  movement  of  limbs  and  for  organ  movements  within  the  body     C 3. _____  function  is  to  support  cells   A 4. _____  function  is  to  communicate   D 5. _____  function  is  to  protect  and  line   B 6. _____uses  electrochemical  signals  to  carry  out  its  functions     D A 7. _____supports  and  reinforces...

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