What is the strongest humans muscle?
The strongest muscle for its size in the human body is the tongue
your eye muscle is the strongest.
Tongue is the strongest muscle in the body.
yes. wolves have more muscle and bone density/mass than the strongest male humans
The strongest muscle in your body is your heart. what is the stronger muscle in the body
Your tongue is the strongest muscle in your body
The tongue is the strongest muscle.
yes the tongue is the strongest muscle is the tongue
The strongest muscle in the human body is the tongue.
the tongue is the strongest muscle in your body
The Lumbar muscles or Longissimus dorsi is the longest and strongest muscle. But I would assume that the tongue or jaw muscle would be the strongest.
Tongue is not a muscle. It consists of more than 10 muscles. So we cannot consider tongue as a muscle neither as the strongest muscle. The strongest muscle is masseter.
no its not the brain is technically a muscle with is the strongest in the body
the second strongest muscle in your body is your tongue.
The tongue is the strongest muscle, and it is located in the mouth.
The femur is a bone, not a muscle. But it is the strongest bone.
The strongest muscle in a frog's body is its masseter or jaw muscle. It can use it to crush larger prey with ease.
Humans have the strongest weapons :)
Your mouth. Your tongue is actually the most strongest muscle in the human body.
the strongest muscle is our tongue...
the wing muscle
the tougne is the strongest musce in your body!
The masseter is the strongest muscle in the body. Many say it is the tongue, however, this is an organ.
In both males and females, the masseter (jaw) muscle is the strongest (in terms of force generation).
The stomach has the thickest walls and the strongest muscle in all the GI tract organs. : )
masseter, it is also the strongest muscle in the body
The strongest muscle in your lower body is called the femur. The femur is also known as the thigh bone.
thighs and butt
Its not. The masserer muscle is. That's the one you chew with.
Your tongue, as it is already the strongest muscle in your body.
The voluntary muscle that is strongest in realation to is size is the tongue.
Because It Has A Lot Of Muscle And You Taste With It >>
The toungue is the strongest in the human body.
There is no way to classify a strongest muscle. All muscles vary in maximum force, repeated motions, quick exerted force, and endurance, making them near impossible to rank correctly. Though, the muscles thought to be the strongest are jaw, tongue, heart, and soleus (calf muscle).
The strongest Flexor of the hip (thigh) is illiopsoas muscle which is the merger of the illiacus and the psoas major muscle. The illiacus is on the medial side of the pelvic bone attaching to the femur and the psoas major muscle attaches from the lumbar vertebrae to the femur.
The strongest muscle in ones body is the tongue, because it has the ability to talk and move around wherever it wants to unlike the leg muscles.
It is the buttocks!!
the jaw or the leg
i believe it is the tounge
It is the Left Ventricle.
gastroc and hamstring
The masseter, the muscle that pops out at your jaw when you clench your jaw The tongue, muscles that move your eyes, and the heart are known as the strongest muscles in the human body.
Your tongue on the other hand can apply different amounts of force in multiple applications. However all of this is a myth as the tongue is not the strongest muscle in the body. The masseter is.
the most stronger muscle in your body is your leg muscle because it holed everithing in your body.
Tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body as the most tissues are connected to it.
It's a muscle - in fact, it's the strongest muscle in the human body
Your toung No, it isn't your tongue. The strongest muscle in the entire body (based on its weight) is the masseter muscle, which is in the jaw. With all of the muscles of the jaw working together, they can close the teeth with a force as great as 55 pounds p.s.i.