What Is the Strongest Muscle in the Human Body?

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The strongest muscle in the human body is usually presumed to be the gluteus maximus muscle due to its size relative to other muscles in the body. In body building instances, the biceps and chest muscles are usually deemed some of the strongest.
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There is no one answer for this question since there are different ways to measure strength. There is muscular strength (maximum force), dynamic strength (repeated motions), explosive
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It's not easy to determine the strongest because muscles don't work
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Relative to size, the strongest muscle in the body is the tongue. Did you know that human thigh bones are stronger than concrete?
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There is no one answer for this question since there are different ways to measure strength. There is absolute strength (maximum force) dynamic strength (repeated motions) elastic
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There is no one answer for this question since there are different ways to measure strength. Cases could be made for the external muscles of the eye, gluteus maximus, heart, masseter, uterus, soleus, or tongue.
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