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Muscle Organ Structure

Muscle Organ Structure

In this video I want to talk about the structure of muscle organs. Another way to think of this is basically the gross anatomy of the musculature, although we will get into the histology, and what muscle organs actually look like when you slice them up and put them under the microscope. When I use …

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Muscle and stem cells: Muscle homeostasis

Muscle and stem cells: Muscle homeostasis

Skeletal muscles are responsible for the voluntary movement of the body. They are composed of fascicles containing multiple muscle fibres where each represents a single cell. Individual myofibers are covered by a basement membrane which is continuous with the endomysium connective tissue layer. Peeling away the basement membrane reveals myofibers and the skeletal muscle stem …

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Back and Bicep Workout with Alex Oda

Back and Bicep Workout with Alex Oda

What’s going on guys? We are at Ironclad Fitness Studio in Roselle and today we’re hitting back and biceps. So we are hitting five serious exercises with four that focus on back, one on biceps, and just like chest day, we’re focusing first on building with strength, so lower rep ranges longer, rest times, and …

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Chapter 9 Lecture A Types of Muscles

Chapter 9 Lecture A Types of Muscles

one of the most important characteristics muscles is that they’re able to transfer cam transfer chemical energy into mechanical energy that can be used carry out work so when we talk about a muscle there’s some important vocabulary that we need to learn here at the beginning lot of these terms are going to begin …

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How to Build Muscle without Gym with Calisthenics/Bodyweight

How to Build Muscle without Gym with Calisthenics/Bodyweight

The key to building muscle optimally with calisthenics or any other discipline is this chart. It shows you how difficult exercises should you choose to increase your strength, muscle mass or muscular endurance. As you can see, optimal repetiton range for hypertrophy, which is muscle growth, is between 7 and 11. So, for example, if …

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