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Muscle Fibre Types | Muscles Theory | Muscles | Anatomy & Physiology

Types of muscle fibre include type one (I), type two A (IIa) and type two B (IIb). Each type has different qualities in how they perform.

Comparison of Muscle Types Muscle Type Cardiac Function Movement of bone Walls of internal organs + in skinLocation Attach...

MYOLOGY- study of muscles THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM NOE MENDEZ* & PRINCESS JOYCE POMAR Master of Science in Biology Central Mindanao University *npolomendez@gmail.co…

Muscular System- Muscular System

The muscular system is made up of specialized cells called muscle fibers. Their main function is contractibility. Muscles, connected to bones or internal organs and blood vessels, are in charge for movement. Almost every movement in the body is the outcome of muscle contraction.

A diagram of the circulatory system components, it was created as part of our educational video about the cardiovascular circulation, you can find the video on our youtube channel besides other topics about anatomy physiology and pathologies.

A diagram of the circulatory system components, it was created as part of our educational video about the cardiovascular circulation, you can find the video on our youtube channel besides other topics about anatomy physiology and pathologies.

Learn about exercise physiology with emphasize on circulatory reaction, ECG changes and development of myocardial ischemia during exercise.

Learn about exercise physiology with emphasize on circulatory reaction, ECG changes and development of myocardial ischemia during exercise.

There are a plethora of reasons to exercise or be physically active. While the obvious ones are to maintain cardiovascular health, to boost endorphins, reduce stress, and feel & look better, a lesser-known benefit is how exercise benefits the brain. Not only does exercising help to boost your mood and memory, it also works to protect your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like dementia or Alzheimer’s.

There are a plethora of reasons to exercise or be physically active. While the obvious ones are to maintain cardiovascular health, to boost endorphins, reduce stress, and feel & look better, a lesser-known benefit is how exercise benefits the brain. Not only does exercising help to boost your mood and memory, it also works to protect your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like dementia or Alzheimer’s.