For some sports, you train all your muscles, such as Wrestling. People work out using every muscle they can, but when you actually compete, the sport that makes you use most of your muscles is swimming.
Gymnastics also needs you to use lots of your muscles along with acro, tumbling and rhythmic gymnastics. Also swimming but that's already been mentioned.
What muscles are you refering to. There are different types of muscles in your body.
Tennis gives you arm/hand muscle.
Soccer/football gives you leg muscle
Swimming is a all rounder
Rugby League or Union is all rounder as well. It works every muscle in your body.
All of them. Every athlete's performance can benefit from muscular strength.
weight lifting, body building??
all of them do
Almost all sports need muscular strength of some type or form. For example even in running it is important to train the muscles of your legs. If you mean dense muscle, sports such as shot put and perhaps boxing are sports that require muscular strength.
A couple sports that require muscular endurance would be cross country, soccer, swimming, water polo. Any sport that requires you to use the same muscle groups for extended periods of time.
Muscular Endurance is different from muscular strength. Muscular strength is when you have the ability to push weight and so on. Endurance is when you can endure a certain physical activity for a long period of time.
muscular strength is the capacity or the limit of your muscle. muscular power is how much can your muscle exert.
You'll need muscular strength is weight lifting, football, wrestling, boxing, shot-put, discus, and cross country. Pretty much every sport requires muscular strength, but these are a few requiring more than others. Hope I helped!
Muscular Strength is strength of your muscles, mainly to exert power on other objects. Muscular Strength also means that you can burn more energy while resting. Muscular Strength increases overall fitness by keeping blood flow optimal in the body.
No, muscular endurance is lost faster.