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Le muscle | Muscle | Musculo

Le muscle | Muscle | Musculo

The muscle The muscle, burning sugar and oxygen, converts chemical energy into mechanical energy It also produces heat, carbon dioxide and water. Muscle, like the biceps, is composed of fiber bundles. Each fiber is a long cell it even contains bundles of myofibril myofibrils are composed of long proteins actin and myosin. They give a striated muscle during in a relaxed position. Small bristle myosin heads are inclined: a low-energy molecule is bound to each. The contraction is triggered by…

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How to Lose Fat Without Losing Muscle | 3 Easy Steps | NO MAGIC, Pixie Dust, or Potions Required

How to Lose Fat Without Losing Muscle | 3 Easy Steps | NO MAGIC, Pixie Dust, or Potions Required

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Body Beast Review and Tips Day 68 #bodybeast

Body Beast Review and Tips Day 68 #bodybeast

Good morning friends and workout buddies! Today is #Bodybeast Review and tips day 68. Only three days left! Today we’re doing beast cardio again. That’s the secret name for leg day. For me, it really does a number on my legs for some of the other coaches I talk to on a daily basis, it seems to affect their upper body more. You know, it’s different for each person. Listen, I was asked once about why do we need a…

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Extrinsic muscles of the back – Anatomy Tutorial

Extrinsic muscles of the back – Anatomy Tutorial

Okay so this is a tutorial on the extrinsic muscles of the back. The extrinsic muscles of the back are those muscles which are superficial and are responsible for movements at the shoulder and upper limb. These are different to the intrinsic muscles of the back which are deep, and which are responsible for controlling posture and movement of the spine and head. So the extrinsic muscles of the back are the trapezius, the latissimus dorsi, the rhomboid major and…

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Inferior oblique muscle of the eye – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Inferior oblique muscle of the eye – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Hey everyone! This is Matt from Kenhub, and in this tutorial, we will be discussing the inferior oblique muscle, its origin and insertion, function, innervation and blood supply. The inferior oblique muscle is one of the six extraocular muscles that control movements of the eye. Of the six extraocular muscles, four are rectus muscles and two are oblique muscles. The inferior oblique is situated primarily on the inferior aspect of the eye while the other oblique extraocular muscle – the…

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Muscles, Part 1 – Muscle Cells: Crash Course A&P #21

Muscles, Part 1 – Muscle Cells: Crash Course A&P #21

Romeo and Juliet. Helen and Paris. Tristan and Isolde. These famous star-crossed lovers bring to mind insatiable longing, forbidden love, and tragic separation. And poets and emo rockers love them for it. But you know where else you can find a nice hot romance? Your muscle cells. They’ve got their own famous coupling — a pretty pair of tiny protein strands called actin and myosin. Romeo and Juliet may have set a chain of tragic events into motion with their…

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Muscle 1- Muscle tissue

Muscle 1- Muscle tissue

– Hi, guys. Today, we get to start our conversation about muscles. We’re going to spend most of the next three lectures talking about skeletal muscle tissue. But there actually are two other kinds of muscle tissue and I want to start us off talking about muscle tissue in general. For perspective, I want to remind you that muscle tissue is one of our four main tissue types that are found in the body. Remember that they were epithelial tissue,…

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