Define Muscular System
It helps you move, pumps your blood, helps you digest food and even helps you breathe.
•. Attaches to bones to provide voluntary movement.
•. During contractions provide heat and energy.
•Helps maintain posture.
•. Some protect internal organs.
1. skeletal muscle
2. cardiac muscle
Energy form used
They work in Pairs either contracting (shortening) or extending (lengthening).
Assisting or accessory organs/tissues
Connective tissue is what holds the fibers together so they don't fall apart. A stretchable material called a tendon is what connects the muscles to your bones.
This produces thermal energy, and it uses chemical energy.
–Over time, muscles become larger or smaller, depending on how much work they do.
Your most active muscles are those in your eyes. They move more than 100,000 times a day.
Types of movements & definitions of attachment
Attachment:Achilles Tendon,lumbodorsal fascia, Fascia,lumbodorsal fascia & Insertion
Origin ~ When a muscle attaches to the bone, the end doesn’t move.