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Movement is life

Movement is life

A lesson about the human locomotor system and its health.


Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Jámbor Gyuláné



motion, musculoskeletal system, skeleton, human muscles, joint, muscle, musculature, bone, types of joints, , sports, training, physical exercise, striated muscle, skeletal muscle, tubular bone, flat bone, scoliosis, resting, game, health, adolescence, oxygen, nutrient, vasculature, growth, development, spine, muscle fibre, living organism, biology, anthropology, posture, anatomy, hygiene

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