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How Do Muscles Grow? The Science of Muscle Growth

If you’re the typical guy in the gym working with weights, not only do you want to lose some fat, but also gain some muscle. This article discusses the mechanisms of how muscles grow, plus why most women won’t gain large amounts of muscle when working with weights. Although there are different types of muscles, such as cardiac muscle (your heart), for our concerns, we will talk exclusively about skeletal muscles. Skeletal muscle is composed of thread-like myofibrils and sarcomeres that form…

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Wrist Joint | Bone, Ligaments and Muscles Anatomy Made Easy for Medical Students
Goblet squats are a great exercise to work the lower body, especially your inner thighs. Make sure you are squatting as deep as you can. Challenge yourself by going up in weight.  Added muscle mass in the body actually expends more calories, even at rest. This is partially due to your body requiring extra oxygen (called excess post-exercise oxygen consumption) which requires your body to burn more calories.  Muscle tissue in the body is metabolically active so you will continue burning calories.
Hyoid Bone | Anatomy Lecture for Medical Students | Online Education
In this lecture, why don’t we dive into the anatomy of a small bone located in our knee. This bone is called the patella or, in common terms, known as the kneecap. Visually learn all the anatomical landmarks and muscle attachments that make the patella such an interesting and fascinating bone. The patella is a small, flat bone, and placed like an inverted triangle. It is however the largest sesamoid bone in our body. A sesamoid is any bone that is embedded within a tendon.