Yes,every muscle is attached to a bone.
muscle attaches to bone by a tendon. muscle is attached to an immovable bone, this is called orgin, and the other end of the muscle is attached to a movable bone. this is called insertion.
Muscle is attached to bones by tendons.
Tendons connect the bone to the muscle.
The tendon between the muscle and the bone connects the muscle to the bone.
ligaments. tendons are muscle attached to muscle.
The end of a muscle attached to a less movable bone is called the origin.
The voluntary bone.
A muscle insertion is the end of a muscle attached to the free-moving bone of its joint. A muscle origin is the end of the muscle attached to the relatively fixed bone of the joint.
Muscles are attached to the bones. When a muscle contrast ,it applies a force to the bone it's attached to,which makes the bone move.
The Origin of the Muscle connects to a stationary bone the insertion of a muscle connects to a bone that does move
Muscle to bone = tendons muscle to muscle = aponeurosis
All skeletal muscles are attached to bones. Smooth muscle and cardiac muscle are not attached to bone.