Smooth muscles:We can’t contr ol these muscles. They are divi ded into two groups: single-uni t muscle and multi-unit muscle. They are found within the wal ls of the blood vessel Cardiac muscles: We can’t c ontrol these muscles. They are found in the walls and t he foundation of the heart, specifically the myocardiu m. Skeletal muscles: We can cont rol these muscles. It exists un der control of the somatic ner vous system, that it is volunta ry controlled. It is made up of individual components known as myocatyes, or "muscle cells ", sometimes called "muscle fi bers".
Pectoral Triceps Bicep Deltoid Abdominal
Deltoids: in your shoulders Pectorals: in your upper chest Abdominals: Near your abdomine(stomach) Biceps: In your upper arms Triceps: In your upper legs
Skeletal system connects with Muscular system to provide skeletal movement Digestive system connects with muscular system to control entrances and exits of digestive tracts moves of the food control digestion of the food. Nervous system connects with muscular system to sense things and produces reflexes Respiratory system connects with Muscular system to Allow the diaphragm to expend. Circulatory system connects with muscular system to provide circulation.
Muscles grow more and more. When we become adults, we will have strong muscles!!!
When we write our name, we use about 20muscles. When we smile we use about 17muscles. When we frown, we us e about 43muscles. We use muscles all the time. The smallest muscles are in the middle of the ear. Muscles can account for about 40% your body weight. Muscles can only pull, they cannot, as some people assume, push. There are 640 individual names for muscles. Muscles need oxygen and food to function properly. The hardest working muscles in the body are the muscles in the eye.