We have about 200+ bones in our body, but each bone must be controlled by several muscles. And some muscles do not control bones, for example the facial muscles and the eye muscles. So there are more muscles than bones.
Ligaments, tendons, muscles, fascia, cartilage and skin all play a part in securing bones to bones and muscles to bones. However, most bones are connected to other bones by ligaments, and muscles are connected to bones by tendons. Ligament attaches bones to bones. Tendon attaches muscle to bones.