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Fun Facts About The Muscular System
Transcript of Fun Facts About The Muscular System
The muscle that controls the eye is the busiest muscle. It can move up to 100,000 times per day.
The smallest muscles in the body are found in the ear.
Muscle tissues are more dense than fat and burn three times as many calories.
If all the muscles in the human body pulled one way, it could move 25 tons.
Muscles around the roots of your hairs contract to form goosebumps. This happens to help keep you warm.
Some humans and certain animals can hear muscles moving. This is because they can hear lower than the normal 20 Hz.
It takes twice the amount of time to lose muscle than to gain it.
Fingers don't actually have any muscles. Tendons connect the bones to muscles in the forearm.
The number of muscle fibers in a person never change. When working out the fibers get damaged. To avoid being damaged again they grow back thicker and stronger.