Body tissue that is connected to and moves the bones in the body tendon

Body tissue that is connected to and moves the bones in the body tendon 2. the ability of a muscle to move a weight repeatedly, or for an extended period of time muscle endurance 3. the increase in the size of a muscle fiber in response to resistance training atrophy 4. the most amount of weight a muscle can move at a single time hypertrophy 5. the decrease in the size and strength of a skeletal muscle when it is not used skeletal muscles 6. strong body tissue that connects the muscles to the bones muscle strength

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The body strong flexible tissue attaching the muscle to the bone - Tendon
When a muscle is able to move a weight rapidly, repeatedly, and for an extended period of time - Muscle Endurance 
When the muscle decreases in size and strength - Atrophy
When the skeletal muscle are forcefully exercised and in result enlarge - Hypertrophy

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