The best way to lose thigh flab is cycling.
by not being a fat SLOPPY PIGSHIT
i am 12 and im also 5'1...and i am a gymnast so i am very muscular and i weigh about 110...i constantly beleive i have big thighs but people tell me its just muscle...but still i have to wear a belt with every pear of jeans or shorts because i have a very tiny torso and musular legs
Muscular dystrophy is an inherited disorder that involves muscle weakness and loss of muscle tissue. It is a progressive disorder which will get worse over time. Genetic counseling is advised when there is a family history of muscular dystrophy. Women may have no symptoms but still carry the gene for the disorder. At this time the prevention is unknown.
The muscular system usually refers to the skeletal muscles that move your body. There are two other types of muscles in your body that are not part of the musculoskeletal system, but are still a type of muscle. The heart is made of cardiac muscle and your internal organs are made of smooth muscle. The muscular system needs the blood that is supplied by the cardiovascular system in order to get the energy to function. The heart is the primary organ of the cardiovascular system. So, the answer is, yes, it does.
He did and still does.
no idea. all i can tell you is i use to be a gymnast and 8 years later i still have the thick thighs and butt from when it use to be muscle. I don't see how you could make your shoulders smaller because they would mostly be bone, unless it is the muscle you are talking about, but you need the muscle.
The esophagus is a tube made of smooth muscle. It carries food from throat to stomach. The muscular movements of peristalsis moves the food downward, as well as by gravity. However, you can be upside down and food will still get to the stomach.
You might be muscular. Talk to your doctor. You are definitely not unhealthy. Are you athletic? If so, then it's probably lots of muscle. Of course, muscle weighs more than fat! If you are still feeling unsure, talk to your doctor.
The muscular system can have many different types of conditions. Some of the more obvious ones have to do with muscle development and function. Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disorder that affects the way muscles repair themselves and can lead to atrophy where the person has to be in a wheelchair. The other kinds may have to do with the nervous system and its ability to control them, like Lou Gherig's disease, while still other forms have to do with hormones, like in Parkinson's.
i think women who have big thighs should be proud of what they got & what they dont got,im sure there's some skinny 90 pound girl wishing she had a booty,boobs & nice legs,then there's the thick chick,she wish she was skinny,so no ones perfect,be glad with what you got & make the best of it.== == Answer Eat less and exercise more. Working out a specific muscle or group will not rid you of "flab" in that particular area. You must burn the fat and to do so exercise and caloric modification is the answer. Answer Exercise and caloric intake reduction is the ONLY answer. Working out a particular muscle does not burn the fat surrounding it. You must reduce caloric intake (diet) and work it out. Answer Id like to disagree with the other post. Not completely but some what. O am a female I have huge thighs. Even when i was 130 I still had huge thighs!! and yes they rubbed. It is not a talked about thing because it comes so close to your private area and it seems to be a no no not to talk about. But I'm very comfortable about this subject. When I was younger I use to boogie board a lot, 12 hours a day. My legs thighs got very thick. And even now after picking up weight it has of course changed but just got fatter! But my whole thing is I'm not sure all areas of your body can be changed with exercise
It is unlikely but the chance is still there. Sperm stay active for 24 hours so even having the man ejaculate on your thighs or your abs can result in a poor situation.
The triceps muscle (and still the biceps muscle, to a certain extent).
Richard has parted with the clouds to form his own group.... there are groups called the mighty clouds of joy...
Yes Joe Ligon is still alive. He is still singing praise unto the Lord.
My explanation is that you are tall and muscular.
Because they have to swallow their food still living.
If you're twelve you may be a little heavier/lighter because you are still growing. It depends on your height, weight, and frame. Your thigh size can be any size. It depends on your body type, for example, or how much muscle you have. If you have a pear shaped body you'll have bigger thighs (usually) than someone who is an apple shape and of the same weight/height/frame.
There isn't one. The play is still mighty tragic without it.
I sincerely hope Richard Wallace is still with the Mighty Clouds of Joy. The Mighty Clouds were here in Chicago on Mother's day in 2012. Richard was not with the group, chi town wants to know if his health is ok. Please respond. May god continue to bless the Mighty Clouds of Joy.
DefinitionMuscular dystrophy is a group of inherited disorders that involve muscle weakness and loss of muscle tissue, which get worse over time.Alternative NamesInherited myopathy, MDCauses, incidence, and risk factorsMuscular dystrophies, or MD, are a group of inherited conditions, which means they are passed down through families. They may occur in childhood or adulthood. There are many different types of muscular dystrophy. They include:Becker muscular dystrophyDuchenne muscular dystrophyEmery-Dreifuss muscular dystrophyFacioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophyLimb-girdle muscular dystrophyMyotonia congenitaMyotonic dystrophySymptomsSymptoms vary with the different types of muscular dystrophy.All of the muscles may be affected. Or, only specific groups of muscles may be affected, such as those around the pelvis, shoulder, or face. Muscular dystrophy can affect adults, but the more severe forms tend to occur in early childhood.Symptoms include:Mental retardation (only present in some types of the condition)Muscle weakness that slowly gets worse Delayed development of muscle motor skillsDifficulty using one or more muscle groupsDroolingEyelid drooping(ptosis)Frequent fallsLoss of strength in a muscle or group of muscles as an adultLoss in muscle sizeProblems walking (delayed walking)Signs and testsA physical examination and your medical history will help the doctor determine the type of muscular dystrophy. Specific muscle groups are affected by different types of muscular dystrophy.The doctor's exam may show:Abnormally curved spine (scoliosis)Joint contractures (clubfoot, clawhand, or others)Low muscle tone (hypotonia)Some types of muscular dystrophy involve the heart muscle, causing cardiomyopathy or disturbed heart rhythm (arrhythmias).Often, there is a loss of muscle mass (wasting), which may be hard to see because some types of muscular dystrophy cause a build-up of fat and connective tissue that makes the muscle appear larger. This is called pseudohypertrophy.A muscle biopsymay be used to confirm the diagnosis. In some cases, a DNA blood test may be all that is needed.Other tests may include:Heart testing - electrocardiography (ECG)Nerve testing - electromyography (EMG)Blood testing - including CPK levelGenetic testing for some forms of muscular dystrophyThis disease may also alter the results of the following tests:AldolaseASTCreatinineLDHMyoglobin - urine and bloodTreatmentThere are no known cures for the various muscular dystrophies. The goal of treatment is to control symptoms.Physical therapy may help patients maintain muscle strength and function. Orthopedic appliances such as braces and wheelchairs can improve mobility and self-care abilities. In some cases, surgery on the spine or legs may help improve function.Corticosteroids taken by mouth are sometimes prescribed to children to keep them walking for as along as possible.The person should be as active as possible. Complete inactivity (such as bedrest) can make the disease worse.Support GroupsYou can ease the stress of illness by joining support groups where members share common experiences and problems.See: Muscular dystrophy - support groupExpectations (prognosis)The severity of disability depends on the type of muscular dystrophy. All types of muscular dystrophy slowly get worse, but how fast this happens varies widely.Some types of muscular dystrophy, such as Duchenne muscular dystrophy, are deadly. Other types cause little disability and people with them have a normal lifespan.ComplicationsCardiomyopathyDecreased ability to care for selfDecreased mobilityLung failureTightening of muscles around the joints (contractures)Mental impairment (varies)ScoliosisCalling your health care providerCall your health care provider if:You have symptoms of muscular dystrophy.You have a personal or family history of muscular dystrophy and you are planning to have children.PreventionGenetic counseling is advised when there is a family history of muscular dystrophy. Women may have no symptoms but still carry the gene for the disorder. Duchenne muscular dystrophy can be detected with about 95% accuracy by genetic studies performed during pregnancy.ReferencesKliegman RM, Behrman RE, Jenson HB, Stanton BF. Muscular dystrophies. In: Kliegman RM, Behrman RE, Jenson HB, Stanton BF, eds. Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics. 18th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2007:chap 608.
If you want to build muscle you have to get sore, if you don't your just maintaining.
the old Chevy and fords were/still are the best muscle cars, they are built for speed
yes. the camaro '10 is considered a muscle car isnt' it?
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Yes testosterone is the main Protein used to build muscle mass. however muscle can still be gained in its absence.
It will make your booty more muscular, but burning fat is a different issue. To burn fat you simply must eat differently.