Human Body Muscles: Short Introduction

Most of human body muscles, in particular the skeletal muscles, are attached to the bones of the skeletal system though the bands called tendon. Tendons are the tough bands of the dense connective tissue that are built from strong collagen fiber. When the muscle pull on the tendon, they are under extremely stress. Therefore, the tendons are very strong into covering both muscle and bones. The most common muscle pain issue is usually addressed to skeletal muscle, some muscular disorders or the medical conditions that affect the muscle include: muscle pain, sprains and strains, bruising, cramping, parkinson’s disease, and so on. In order to keep all the muscular healthy, the proper nutrition and exercise is required.

The muscle or known as the muscular system is the major organ that is responsible for movement. The muscle is the only tissue on the human body that has ability to contract, and thus it is able to move the other part of the human body, such as the bones. The muscular system is also responsible for the body’s posture, they have the greatest endurance in the body. They are able to support the body for the whole day without getting tired.

Human Body Muscles “Names & Group Action”

Learning the human body anatomy is very important to understand the human body diagram muscles. In particular, in naming the muscle, especially the skeletal muscle. The names of the skeletal muscle vary, depending on many different factors, such as the location, insertion, number of origins, shapes, size, direction, function and so on.
The skeletal muscular system anatomy usually work in group to produce the movements. These groups of muscle, the muscle that produces movements, called the prime mover or agonist. This agonist is always paired with the antagonist muscle, which produces the opposite effect on the same moved-bones. The synergist is required to assist the stable movement make the movement effective.

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