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What is the strongest muscle in the human body in absolute strength?

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2009-12-07 23:40:52
2009-12-07 23:40:52

The toungue is the strongest in the human body.

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There is no one answer for this question since there are different ways to measure strength. There is absolute strength (maximum force), dynamic strength (repeated motions), elastic strength (exert force quickly), and strength endurance (withstand fatigue).

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The tongue is the strongest muscle.

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The strongest muscle in the human body is the tongue.

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Your mouth. Your tongue is actually the most strongest muscle in the human body.


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