the structure of the skeletal system

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what is the agonist?
the muscle that contracts
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what is the antagonist?
the muslce that relaxes
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what is the origin and insertion?
the origin is attached to the fixed bone and the insertion is attached to the moving bone
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what are cardiac muscles and involuntary muscles?
cardiac muscles work automatically and constantly, involuntary muscles are muscles you cannot control
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what does concentric and eccentric mean?
concentric is when the muscle shortens and eccentric is where the muslce lengthens and returns to normal length
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what are isotonic contractions and isometric contractions?
isotonic is where eccentric and concentric happens. isometric-is where no movement occurs
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what are cardiac muscles and involuntary muscles?

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