well,red blood cells mean that your healthy,but to much exersize gives you blue blood cells witch is bad if you have too much
All exercise effects the skeletal system. Your bones move when you exercise.
pump the blood round the body quickly
Regular exercise can make the bones in the skeletal system stronger.
diet and exercise affect the skeletal system by making your bones stronger and making you more supple.
when you care for your skeletal system you should eat regularly and exercise regularly.
A short term exercise on the skeletal system improves its functions and makes it more effective.
Regular exercise. And the best regular exercise for the muscular-skeletal system is a 30 minute walk each day.
The skeletal system. Bone marrow produces blood cells.
Exercise can have a horrible impact on the skeletal system. Running for example puts a lot of pressure on the bones of the leg as well as the joints of the leg.
The skeletal system produces red blood cells (in the bone marrow)
It makes your bones stronger
strengthens the bones from impact.
Weight bearing exercise and a balanced diet will keep your skeletal system healthy.
bone fibres get stronger
By getting your bones weak
Get lots of exercise and mantain a healthy diet.
swim is the best exercise
Though the skeletal does come under pressure during exercise, the movements are beneficial for strengthening the muscles and bones. Exercise also enhances flexibility.
No. Blood cells are produces in the bone marrow, which is NOT part of the skeletal system (despite the name). Bone marrow is part of the lymphatic system.
Exercise helps the skeletal system by encouraging synovial fluid generation, which helps bones and joints move, and increasing bone density, which makes bones grow thicker and stronger.