What are the major functions of the muscular system?


There are various functions of the muscular system and some of these are: creation of movement, protection of organs and pumping of blood, and easing of blood flow. The system is also vital in digestion; whereby, smooth muscles in the stomach and intestines process the eaten food.
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Without muscles, your body wouldn't move. You wouldn't be able to breathe, walk, excrete waste or even have a beating heart without muscles. Though people usually are familiar with
helps you move.
The muscular system serves three major functions in the body,
In your muscular system you have your triceps, biceps (of arms), gluteus maximus (your butt), abductor muscles ( pull legs away from body), biceps (of thigh), achilles tendon, deltoid
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The muscular system has different functions, for instance, it directs the muscles to contract and expand according to the need of the situations and it maintains the stability and posture of the body. It also helps in generating heat to the body.
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