Muscles and movement

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Name the two types of muscles
Involuntary and voluntary
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What are the insertions and origins?
The origin is the end of a muscle which is attached to a fixed bone. The insertion is the end of the muscle that is attached to the bone which moves.
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What is isotonic concentration?
If a muscle contracts to create movement, it is called an isotonic contraction.
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Give an example of an antagonistic pair
Triceps and biceps
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A good posture comes from what?
Regular training
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What are the insertions and origins?

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The origin is the end of a muscle which is attached to a fixed bone. The insertion is the end of the muscle that is attached to the bone which moves.

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What is isotonic concentration?

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Give an example of an antagonistic pair

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A good posture comes from what?

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