The major muscles involved in horizontal adduction or flexion is the anterior deltoid fibres, pectoralis major and minor. Bicep complex(bbicep brachii, brachioradialis and forearm flexor) comes into action as synergists, if the leverage is long.The antagonists of horizontal flexion is posterior deltoid fibres,teres major, minor, lats and the associated rotator cuff muscle(infraspinatus)
Muscle cramps and muscle spasms are both symptoms of a sudden, involuntary contraction of a muscle or group of muscles. They can be painful and can last from a few seconds to several minutes.
Muscle cramps are most common in the legs, especially the calves, but they can occur in any muscle in the body. Muscle spasms can also occur in any muscle in the body, but they are more common in the back and neck.
The symptoms of muscle cramps and muscle spasms are similar, but there are a few key differences. Muscle cramps are typically more painful and can be accompanied by a visible bulge in the affected muscle. Muscle spasms are typically less painful and may not be accompanied by a visible bulge.
Muscle cramps and muscle spasms can be caused by a number of different things, including:
If you experience muscle cramps or muscle spasms on a regular basis, it is important to see a doctor to rule out any underlying medical conditions.
Here are some tips for relieving muscle cramps and muscle spasms:
If the muscle cramp or muscle spasm is severe or does not go away after a few minutes, seek medical attention.
deltoid, biceps, triceps adnd gastorcnemius. not sue if ther are any more. hope this helps xxx
3 feet depends what type of frog it is (ME)
18 inches i think. Completely dependent on species. usually 1/4 to 1/3 the body length.
an average adult frog has a tongue of 12 inches long.
the heart is made out of a special type of muscle called cardiac muscle
This condition is frequently called "head tilt" or "wry neck", and is known scientifically as torticollis. This is a very serious condition with several possible causes, sometimes of a viral, parasitic, or bacterial nature. Symptoms may come on both gradually or immediately, and may include mild to severe head tilt, loss of appetite, depression, lethargy, head shaking, nausea, excessive salivation, teeth grinding (not to be confused with tooth purring), facial paralysis, drooping ear/lip/eyelid, inability to sit or stand upright, or nystagmus (eyes move rapidly in either a horizontal or vertical motion). This can condition can be fatal if left untreated. Immediate veterinary care by a rabbit-savvy veterinarian is strongly recommended.
it's also possible that one of its legs or something is hurt...either way, take your rabbit to the vet asap; rabbits are, unfortunately, quick to die :'(
Your parents are responsible for you until your 18th birthday. Legally, you cannot move out without their permission. If there are hardship or abuse issues, you can petition the court to have yourself legally emancipated before you turn 18.
Flexor digiti minimi brevis is a muscle that flexes the little finger. Frontalis is a facial muscle that wrinkles the eyebrow. FLexor pollicis brevis is a muscle that flexes the thumb.
There are thee types of hackers white hat, grey hat, and black hat.
If a white hat hacker finds a fault in a security system ie. a website then they will inform the owner immediately.
Whereas if a grey hat hacker finds a fault he will do what he feels like at the time ie. exploiting the site OR informing the owner.
A black hat hacker if they find a fault will immediately exploit the site for there own beneficial gain ie. advertising and infecting other computers with "viruses" to gain access to more sites.
So a hacker can be many things from protecting systems by informing the owners or Exploiting and stealing data.
The most common name for the destructive type of "hacker" is a "cracker". I always try to refer to a bad hacker as a cracker to avoid confusion.
Also, there is a very important distinction between the three, as to both HOW and WHERE they attempt to break a system or program.
A White Hat (or, more properly, a "computer security specialist" or similar) will NEVER attempt to break into a system that they do not own or do not have explicit permission from the owner to do so. That means, they will usually be hired by a system or software owner to test the security of the said system or software package. They will always report their findings to the owner of the system, though there is somewhat of an ethical responsibility to report any significant (i.e. things that would impact the public) exploits to the community-at-large, if the original owner does not seem to be willing to address the issues - e.g. in case of a coverup of the problem, a White Hat is generally ethically bound to report the problem to the proper authorities, which may include public organizations such as CERT. More concisely, a White Hat is a professional, who abides by professional ethics and performs his or her duties out in the open.
Grey Hat folks generally don't have obvious ill intent (to contradict the previous answer). That is, they're not looking to exploit any problems for personal gain. However, they generally follow an ethic which believes that it is OK to perform intrusion and exploit scans on systems which they DON'T own or have permission to do so. This makes it hard for a target to determine the difference between a Grey and Black Hat hacker, as the initial method of operation looks identical. That said, Grey Hat folks generally report their findings to the target - that is, they'll inform the target as to what security issues they have found. Most Grey Hats will give the target a small window to address the issues; however, a GH will always report the issue to the wider media and security groups, and will NOT consider any information that the target wants to keep private. That is, GH folks seem to see themselves as "defenders of the public good", and that by exposing weaknesses of systems, they will ultimately force folks to be more secure. This is a plausible, but not provably true, scenario. Grey Hat folks are hobbiests and enthusiasts, who generally don't get paid for their work, but pursue it for personal reasons. They generally keep their identities masked (or at least don't usually broadcast them), as much of their work is quasi-illegal.
Black Hat folks, of course, are in it for the money (one way or the other). They're targets will never be informed of breaches, and in fact, most BH folks strive to keep their exploits secret from everyone, as it allows them to sneak in and steal information of value undetected. Black Hat folks are pure criminals.
First, the metacarpal and phalangeal joints are used to pick up the phone. This brings the extensors and flexors of the forearm into play. When the phone is brought to the ear, the biceps and triceps as well as the elbow, wrist and shoulder joints are used. The deltoids are used as well as the pectorals and the trapezius and the subscapularis muscles. When speaking, the mandibular joint is used as well as facial muscles, the diaphragm, the tongue and neck muscles. Of course, the cardiac muscle is used this entire time as well.
what is the difference between muscle spasm and muscle cramps
An electromyogram (EMG) is a test that is used to record the electrical activity of muscles. When muscles are active, they produce an electrical current. This current is usually proportional to the level of the muscle activity. An EMG is also referred to as a myogram. The procedure is quite painful as the technician has to stick a needle connected to a meter that reads and conducts electrical current. You have to flex at some points while the needle in in the muscle. It requires at least 20 or so insertions of the needle following the nerve branch. It feels like torture but cannot be done any other way.
Single cells ... found only in the muscles that move your eyes.
The muscle in your arm contracts. The muscle on the other side of your arm, opposite from the side that you are flexing, stretches.
There is plane 1 and plane 2 swing. Plane 2 is the one that is mostly used by everyone, but now the professionals changed it to plane 1 because it's better. In plane 2 you only use your arms and when you do then you barely get any power to hit the ball. What do you think is stronger, pushing a box with only your arms or with your whole body power? The body power is a lot stronger. So what I'm saying is that plane 1 NEVER worries about arms. You have to pretend you don't have arms and all you do is rotate your hips back and forth. I'm 13 years old and I have been doing this swing since I was 8 even though I started playing golf when i was five. This swing is fantastic. It is completely round like a forty five degree circle and it all ends up right on the ball. There isn't a correct golf swing; both are correct but plane 1 is so easy to do and so powerful. If you do plane 2 then you will have to many things in your mind that will mess you. Plane 2 is all about timing, you have to have the PERFECT swing just so you can hit a good shot. You will get too many things going on in you mind. Jim Hardy invented the First plane and now every professionals is doing plane 1, even Tiger Woods and Lorena Ochoa. Do plane 1 swing and you will see that it is the best swing you will ever do in your life. So to do it just PRETEND you arms are cut off and that you can only use your hips and chest. Just rotate it back and forth. Your probably thinking that this swing wont work because it's round and since the face of the club is going in a circle you will either slice it or hook it. THAT HAPPENS WITH THE PLANE 2 SWING. Why do you think some people with plane 2 swing aren't improving. It's pure luck that they hit the ball. So on Plane 1 swing, since the shoulders are attached to your chest and your arms are attached to you shoulders then it will all go with the flow on your swing. The best type of exercise for plane 1 swing is a workout on the abs. Pumping iron is not so important but keeps the swing balanced. It wouldn't be right if you had tight, muscled abs and one of the most sluggishly looking arms ever right? It's really hard to find a coach that does 1 plane, (most coaches I have talked to doesn't even know what that is?!... and most coaches didn't even know there is two swings and which one they are teaching now. It's quite an enormous challenge to find one, it's like a needle in a haystack.) I know a famous golf coach in Texas and there is this guy that lives in Florida. He flys about two to four times a year just to have a one hour class with ONE OF THE BEST 1 plane teachers. (sorry, I wouldn't like to say the name cause people will have a few questions which I wont want to answer on who and where she lives.)
But seriously, just rotate your body through like crazy and people will look at you as if you a pro, (just like they look at me!) I shoot right now low eighties from the whites and WoW I'm so close to seventies,(YAY) I think that's pretty good for someone my age and with a good golf swing, it's not perfect yet, it's still improving (handicap 10). My goal is to get to the LPGA with this golf swing. I WILL GET THERE BEFORE EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD WITH PLANE 1 SWING!
Sit back, Relax, and Enjoy the Tour! (Golf Tour!)
Mountain Climbers are a leg, arm, and core exercise mainly focusing on cardio and rectus abdomines. The muscles that are primarily worked are your abs and legs. Great fat burner and cardio workout. Try to consist 3 sets between reps of 30 to 60 senconds.
Hard flipping in skateboarding is done by placing both feet on a moving board. Your front foot skids off the side of the board. At the same time as skidding your front foot, your back foot pushes on the back of the board. You must also jump when doing this. This motion causes the skate board to lift off the ground, and in theory, it should flip and drop down right side up so you can continue on the skate board.
You must first gauge your current fitness levels and abilities before engaging in weight training, because it will minimize the risk of overtraining and possibly injury, as well as help prevent using too light of a weight that renders your efforts ineffective. Proper weight training always begins with knowing where you are and where you want to be.
Your cardio-respiratory component of physical fitness is measured when you do 50 meters sprint.
Many muscles are involved in throwing a dodge ball. Your back muscles, all of your arm muscles and some of your stomach muscles. Even muscles from your legs may be used depending on how hard you are throwing it.
Boys are stronger than girls because they tend to have a greater muscle mass. Hormones, including testosterone, contribute to this.
According to my personal trainer, when working out muscles are torn down, in a manner of speaking, and when the body repairs them, it repairs them back stronger. Kind of like how a callous forms on your skin.Answer
A good diet is also key in helping to repair and promote muscle growth.
AnswerMuscle growth happens when you push the muscle you are exercising to the brink and just beyond it's present capacity. Then, while you sleep, the muscle fibers signal the brain that "This part of the body needs more muscle cells!" and the brain gets right on it. This also why intensity is always the most important part of any resistance training program. And you must incorporate proper durations of recovery (meaning, zero weight training) in between workouts for new muscle to properly build up. Otherwise your body will burn out and your muscles decrease.