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Which is the strongest muscle in the human body?

Asked by Alexander, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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Oliver134

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Many people think that the tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body. But there is no one way to measure strength and the tongue consists of eight muscles, not one. Depending upon the type of strength like which exerts the most force, the most active muscle, the largest muscle, the one which is most able to pull with great force, the strongest by weight, or the muscle with the ability to endure the most fatigue. Based on the same strength, the strong muscles and muscle groups in the human body are : the tongue, jaw, eye, heart, leg, uterus.
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Dhev

Dhev

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Dhev

Answered Dec 19, 2017

Tongue is the strongest muscle in our body

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John Adney

John Adney

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John Adney

Answered Jun 02, 2017

The type of strength like which exerts the most force, the most active muscle, the largest muscle, the one which is most able to pull with great force, the strongest by weight, or the muscle with the ability to endure the most fatigue. Based on the same strength, the strong muscles and muscle groups in the human body are : the tongu
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