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  • If you are a genetically typical bodybuilder or strength trainee you will have gotten little or no satisfaction from your training. Despite having faithfully followed conventional training instruction you will have become frustrated and disillusioned. Conventional training methods—those which are vigorously promoted in almost all gyms today—only work very well if you are one of the very few who are naturally highly gifted for muscle building, or if you are propped up with dangerous bodybuilding drugs.

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  • Introduction The muscles of the head consist of the chewing muscles (temporalis, masseter, and digastric) and the facial muscles (zygomaticus, orbicularis oris, etc.). The chewing muscles are thick and volumetric, and they originate and insert on bone. They open and close the lower jaw, with the action taking place at the jaw joint (temporomandibular joint). The facial muscles are thin. They originate either from the skull or from the surface of other muscles, and they generally insert into other facial muscles or into the skin.

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  • Tài liệu chuyên nghành hội hoạ, mỹ thuật, giúp các bạn có kiến thức từ căn bản đến nâng cao trong chuyên nghành của mình - Getting Under Your Skin – Facial Muscles

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  • Short Neck Muscles The following three muscles are located on the back of the neck, just behind the skull: the obliquus capitis caudalis, the obliquus capitis cranialis, and the rectus capitis dorsalis major. They are covered by narrow and wide tendons and thin muscles, yet they help create the fullness on the back of the neck, determined in large part by the width of the atlas (the first neck vertebra) and the vertical projection of the axis (the second neck vertebra).

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  • Spinal Muscles The spinal muscles are a complicated group of muscles that pass along the back of the animal from the pelvis to the middle of the neck. Each muscle consists of numerous overlapping bundles that continuously originate and insert along the spine. They lie on either side of the upper surface of the vertebral column, separated by the upright spines. This powerful muscle group consists of four units: the longissimus, the iliocostalis, the spinalis & semispinalis, and the multifidus, all of which may be divided into regional components (cervicis, thoracis & lumborum).

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  • Gluteus superficialis HORSE • Origin: Point of the hip (coxal tuberosity) and an adjacent area on the outer edge of the ilium of the pelvis; from fascia covering the gluteus medius (in part ultimately originating from the ligament connecting the sacrum to the ilium). • Insertion: Third trochanter of the femur, one third of the way down the outside of the bone. • Action: Flexes the hip joint; pulls the limb away from the body. • Structure: The gluteus superficialis is a thin, V-shaped muscle that converges on the femur. The front portion is partly covered by, and firmly...

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  • Tham khảo sách 'atlas of skeletal muscles', y tế - sức khoẻ, y học thường thức phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Skeletal muscle contractions power human body movements and are essential for maintaining stability. Skeletal muscle tissue accounts for almost half of the human body mass and, in addition to its power-generating role, is a crucial factor in maintaining homeostasis. Given its central role in human mobility and metabolic function, any deterioration in the contractile, material, and metabolic properties of skeletal muscle has an extremely important effect on human health.

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  • This ebook is broken into two major sections. Section I deals with the major theme of the book, which is how to gain quality weight and Section II covers supplements sold for gaining muscle, increasing strength or some other function that interests bodybuilders and other athletes. Section I covers the exact steps to follow to realize your goals: adding muscle mass with a minimum of bodyfat.

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  • The 7th edition includes changes reflecting modern understanding, terminology and teaching of the musculoskeletal system. There are changes on 42 different pages including many new or enhanced notes on function and 20 new descriptions or explanations of anatomical relationships. All muscle illustrations are new.

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  • Gene therapy offers many conceptual advantages to treat muscle diseases, especially various forms of muscular dystrophies. Many of these diseases are caused by a single gene mutation. While the traditional approaches may ameliorate some symptoms, the ultimate cure will depend on molecular correction of the genetic defect. The clinical feasibility of gene therapy has been recently demonstrated in treatment of a type of inherited blindness. By delivering a therapeutic gene to the retina, investigators were able to partially recover the vision in a disease once thought incurable.

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  • Working out should be tough. If you're not pushing yourself then nobody else will. But getting a better body doesn't have to be hard. Going to the gym should be challenging, certainly. It's the only way to guarantee yourself muscluar gains. But burning fat and building muscle definitely shouldn't be confusing. Getting the physique you've always wanted can be easy and straightforward. This illustrated manual offers a myriad of exercises for you to use to sculpt your ideal body.

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  • Entrained oscillations in Ca 2+ underlie many biological pacemaking phe-nomena. In this article, we review a long-range signaling mechanism in smooth muscle that results in global outcomes of local interactions. Our results are derived from studies of the following: (a) slow-wave depolariza-tions that underlie rhythmic contractions of gastric smooth muscle;

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  • Unless you've spent the last few years living under a rock, then you've at least heard of Sean Nalewanyj at some point. Once a 125-pound, awkward, "geeky" social outcast, Sean is now a well-respected, 200-pound natural bodybuilder whose incredible transformation from skinny to muscular has been documented all throughout the online fitness scene. Sean has been researching and promoting natural bodybuilding techniques for the last decade and has written articles for dozens of the top muscle-building websites across the Internet. ...

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  • Chapter 9 - Muscles and muscle tissue (part a) provides knowledge of muscle tissues and skeletal muscle. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Types of muscle tissue, special characteristics of muscle tissue, muscle functions, gross anatomy of a skeletal muscle, microscopic anatomy of a skeletal muscle fiber, sliding filament model of contraction, physiology of skeletal muscle fibers,...

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  • This chapter presents the following content: Gross anatomy of a skeletal muscle, microscopic anatomy of a skeletal muscle fiber, sliding filament model of contraction, physiology of skeletal muscle fibers, contraction of a skeletal muscle, muscle metabolism, force of muscle contraction, velocity and duration of contraction, adaptations to exercise.

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  • The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Force of muscle contraction, avelocity and duration of contraction, muscle fiber type, effects of exercise, effects of resistance exercise, the overload principle, smooth muscle, peristalsis, microscopic structure, innervation of smooth muscle,...and other contents.

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'the art animal drawing - muscle action', văn hoá - nghệ thuật, điêu khắc - hội họa phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Chương 3: MÔ CƠ (Muscle Tissue) Mô cơ là một tổ chức chuyên hoá thích ứng với sự vận động của cơ thể nhờ khả năng co dãn của chúng. Trong cơ thể có ba loại cơ: Cơ trơn: co dãn chậm, đều, ít mệt mỏi. Cơ vân: co dãn nhanh, mạnh, nhưng chóng mệt mỏi. Cơ tim: co dãn mạnh, liên tục nhưng không mệt mỏi. Nghiên cứu chi tiết về cấu tạo từng loại cơ sẽ cho thấy sự sai khác giữa chúng và điều đó giải thích sự khác nhau trong tính chất vận động của mỗi loại....

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  • The supraspinatus together create the rounded front edge of the shoulder form (located at the base of the side of the neck). In the ox, however, the supraspinatus alone creates the front of the shoulder form (the subclavius is deep). DOG AND FELINE • Origin: Outer surface of the front portion of the scapula and the adjacent cartilage. • Insertion: Inner and outer front corners of the top of the humerus. • Action: Extends the shoulder joint, advancing the limb. • Structure: The belly of the supraspinatus is thin where it begins, on the outside of the top of the shoulder blade;...

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