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As an athlete (Yes!  YOU are an athlete!) it is wise to know how your body works and what does what.  And I totally get in to this stuff :)

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

As an athlete (Yes! YOU are an athlete!) it is wise to know how your body works and what does what. And I totally get in to this stuff :)

BONE ➡ Rigid organs that constitute part of endoskeleton of vertebrates. SUPPORT & PROTECT the various organs of the body. PRODUCE RBC's & WBC's & store minerals. Bone tissue is a type of dense connective tissue. BONE TISSUE ➡ Osseous, Marrow, Endosteum, Periosteum, Nerves, Blood Vessels& Cartilage. Osseous Tissue, aka - bone tissue gives it rigidity & a coral-like 3D internal structure. Adults: 206 separate bones > At birth: 270 bones. Largest Bone = Femur Smallest Bones = Auditory Ossicles

BONE ➡ Rigid organs that constitute part of endoskeleton of vertebrates. SUPPORT & PROTECT the various organs of the body. PRODUCE RBC's & WBC's & store minerals. Bone tissue is a type of dense connective tissue. BONE TISSUE ➡ Osseous, Marrow, Endosteum, Periosteum, Nerves, Blood Vessels& Cartilage. Osseous Tissue, aka - bone tissue gives it rigidity & a coral-like 3D internal structure. Adults: 206 separate bones > At birth: 270 bones. Largest Bone = Femur Smallest Bones = Auditory Ossicles

location of heart and bones | Lecture 10: Axial Skeleton II and Appendicular Skeleton

location of heart and bones | Lecture 10: Axial Skeleton II and Appendicular Skeleton

muscles chart: helpful to let me see which muscles are hurting when I workout & how to fix it

muscles chart: helpful to let me see which muscles are hurting when I workout & how to fix it

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