muscular structure

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A muscular structure that draws advantages from the body axis stabilization, the balance of/between the muscles them selves and also from the care of core satability.
During physical effort of great intensity, the muscular structures that are activated need to be fed with energy as fast as possible.
Are you thrilled at the opportunity to learn in anatomical detail about the muscular structure of a young sheep so that you can cook your lamb shank to succulent perfection over lazy coals in your backyard?
If you want to fight age and skin elasticity issues and problem areas, you have to design your muscular structure to help you accomplish that.
So we are replicating the muscular structure of an octopus by making a robot with no rigid structure - and that is completely new to robotics," New Scientist quoted Laschi, as saying.
Muscular structure, enzyme activity, constitutive and inducible nitric oxide (NO) synthases (endothelial NO oxide synthase [eNOS], neuronal NO synthase [nNOS] and inducible NO synthase [iNOS]), nitrites, nitrates, nitrotyrosine, and the presence of macrophages were analyzed.
Study on the pedal and muscular structure of the gastropod includes reports on Patella vulgate (Jones & Trueman 1970), Neritina reclivata and Thais rustica (Gainey 1976), Patella vulgate and Acmaea tessulata (Grenon & Walker 1978), Bullia digitalis (Trueman & Brown 1976, 1987), Bullia rhodostoma (da Silva & Hodgson 1987), patellid limpets (Frescura 1987; Frescura & Hodgson 1990a, 1990b), Busycon contrarium and Haliotis kamtschatkana (Voltzow 1990), and Nassarius kraussianus (Trueman & Hodgson 1990).
Well, as good of a muscular structure as a fully grown man that weighs 137 lbs.
Our study established the presence of the articular muscle of the knee as a muscular structure different from femoral quadriceps muscle, in all examined material what confirms the anatomic finds of Didio et al.
However, the latter gives a more visualized and dynamic presentation and allows defining reorganization of the muscular structure by minimal preservation of its contractile ability.
The horses must show joints and muscular structure, as they are in the process of movement.
EXAMPLES: Female--Kirstie Alley ("great muscular structure, very strong and lots of muscle mass"), Demi Moore, Jamie Lee Curtis, Victoria Principal and Salma Hayek; male--Tom Hanks, Wesley Snipes, Richard Gere ("who's a former athlete, which many don't know") and Michael Douglas.
For that reason, good early training is crucial to the correct alignment of the body and the development of a muscular structure that is strong and properly placed.
As Roberts sees it, throughout his career Masolino painted light-footed, decorative figures that are natural but are conceived in idealized patterns without regard to skeletal or muscular structure.
As in their sculpture the Greek artists felt the muscular structure of the human frame with exquisite sensibility, while they did not obtrude it upon the spectator [.