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The Human Body 101: Muscle Facts Bundle includes 20 beautiful visual facts:
- The only muscle that never tires is our heart.
- The gluteus maximus is the largest muscle in the human body.
- Muscles cannot push, they can only pull.
- The smallest muscles are found in the middle ear.
- To take one step, you use 200 muscles.
- It takes half as long to gain muscle than it does to lose it.
- Humans are born with all the muscle fibers they will ever have
- The strongest muscle is in our jaw and is used for chewing.
- It takes 17 muscles to smile and 43 to frown.
- Your fingers do not have muscles in them.
- There are more than 600 muscles in the body.
- If all of the muscles in the body could pull in one direction, it would create a force of 25 tons.
- Over 120 muscles are contained in the spine.
- Your eye muscles move more than 100,000 times a day.
- Muscles make up 40% of your total body weight.
- Muscle memory is a type of movement to which muscles become accustomed to over a period of time.
- Blinking is a muscle contraction that takes place more than 16,400 times a day.
- Artificial muscles that can lift 100 times more weight than normal human muscles have been created in a lab.
- A cubic inch of muscle weighs three times more than a cubic inch of fat.
- When you’re cold, your muscles contract involuntarily.