The gluteus maximus muscle is main muscle worked in leg raises.
no but it does build muscle
your lower abdomin
There are a variety of exercises someone could do to help strengthen their calf muscle. Single-leg and double-leg calf raises are a great exercise for your calves as well as stretching and running.
Bench Press - Pectorals Leg Raises - Abdominals Pushdowns - Triceps Machine Back Press - Shoulders
Arrector pili is the muscle the raises hair. This is taught in health class.
The cremaster muscle.
A muscle that raises or elevates a part.
The Frontalis muscle .
The structure of the leg muscle is similar to the heart muscle in their makeup. There are studies that have shown that leg muscles can be injected into the heart.
Side leg raises dont make your hips wider. Take a look at Ballerinas. They spend most of their time doing side leg raises. Sitting on the couch eating 1/4 ers will.
You really don't gain weight in your legs but you can build the muscle in them by doing a lot of squats , calve raises, and leg presses on a weight sled.
no they don't, they slim your hips! that person is wrong ^ yes, it does, because you are working the muscle out, and muscles get bigger when you work them out obviously.
There are three muscles in the back of your leg. The Quadriceps muscle, Hamstring muscle and the Gluteus Maximus.
The heel raise exercise works your calf muscles, which are two separate muscles. The first is the gastrocnemius muscle, which is the outermost calf muscle on the back of your lower leg. Your soleus muscle is the second part of your calf muscle and rests underneath the gastrocnemius. However, the soleus is slightly wider than the gastrocnemius.