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Muscular System

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Josh Williams

on 23 March 2016

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Transcript of Muscular System

The Muscular System
By: Josh and Sanjhpreet
Muscle Rap
Eat healthy ( Whole- Wheat Bread, Vegies, etc.)
Exercise (Play sports, run, workout, etc.)
Drink water
You use over 200 muscles to take one footstep
Your tongue is a muscle
There are over 600 muscles in the body
The smallest muscle is in the ear
It takes 15 muscles to smile, and 43 just to frown
The word "muscle" comes from the Latin word "mus" (meaning "mouse"). Early anatomists thought they looked like mice under the skin
Everyone has same number of muscles
Science sheets
Your Body and Healthy Muscles (book)
The Body Muscles
Inner Body
Google Images
Kids Health
Muscular System Song
Image of upper and lower
Diagram of Face muscles
The Muscular System
Upper and Lower body
Keeping Muscles Healthy
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac muscle
Smooth muscles

Interesting Facts
Different Types of Muscles
How each muscle looks
Cartoons Exersicing
The Working of Muscles
Muscles are only good at two things contracting to become shorter and relaxing back out to their resting length
Involuntary muscles knows their job
Voluntary muscles get messages from brain
Diagram of relaxed and contracted muscles
Face Muscles
Fruits and Veggies
Cardiac Muscles
Smooth Mucles
Found in many hallow organs
Helps swallow saliva
Pushes food through the digestive track
Can cause diabetes
May cause muscle loss
Junk food
Foods that lead to obesity
Cardiac Muscle through a microscope
Ligaments are similar to tendons
They are all made of connective tissue
The differences in them are in the connections that they make; ligaments connect one bone to another bone
Fasciae connect muscles to other muscles

Loss of Muscle
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