muscle


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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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And anywhere and everywhere Billy touched, muscles large and small rose up, quivered, and sank down, till the whole body was a ripple of willed quick.
"Jim Hazard didn't get his muscles that way," Billy challenged.
They were rapidly disappearing when it occurred to me to follow them, and so, hurling caution to the winds, I sprang across the meadow in their wake with leaps and bounds even more prodigious than their own, for the muscles of an athletic Earth man produce remarkable results when pitted against the lesser gravity and air pressure of Mars.
Instead of soft muscles and a weak resistance, she was looking upon a veritable Hercules gone mad.
The top of the pole was opposite the roof of the building, so it was but the work of an instant for the muscles that had for years sent him hurtling through the treetops of his primeval forest to carry him across the little space between the pole and the roof.
He noted their mighty muscles rolling beneath their shaggy hides.
He had seen the strong, white teeth of the ape-man fastened in the neck of his adversary, and the mighty muscles tensed in battle.
Myomere: Blocks of muscle, often forming a "W" pattern.
Rotator cuff tears are common injuries, and proper healing of the shoulder muscle is often difficult.
Keywords: Eccentric exercises, Muscle soreness, Nonpharmacological strategies, Unaccustomed activity.
Your heart is made of cardiac muscle. This type of muscle only exists in your heart.
The toned and lean look is more a function of decreasing body fat- in order to give the appearance of muscle definition.
However, less is known how the muscle synergy is affected, if the selected muscle group is strengthened.
There are reports in the literature describing bilateral absense of superior gemellus muscle (Terry; Bajka et al., 2004; Fernandes et al., 2013).
Muscle stem cells are the primary source of muscle regeneration after injury.