Throwing a football in a game would use the deltoid muscles. I belive it is used in basketball aswell when playing a shot.
well actually sports are very nice including than staying focusing at something or playing games, sports can help your body let your blood circulate giving you energy and muscles which you get strength
by doing work hard like runing playing sports
Sports teach you team work, and how to use your muscles.
There are lots of fun ways to gain muscles by playing outside! Simply by playing sports, and running around you can gain some strength. If you are looking for significant muscle growth, I would suggest choosing an athletic activity that you enjoy, and working on isolating those muscles. For example, if you love playing football, focus on improving the muscles that you use the most in football.
Almost all of your muscles: leg, arm, and torso muscles. And more!
Sports like hockey or soccer require a great amount of energy to play. When you play these sports your body, more specifically your muscles, use up oxygen and nutrients. Having lungs helps a person breathe and get oxygen to their muscles. When muscles have oxygen they don't get tired as quickly and the person can keep playing
all of them man
For all these sports the muscles of the legs are needed.
Use them! Find different sports, games, or physical activities that you enjoy and regularly participate in them. Active children who seem always to be running around and playing often have very fit muscles. .
Playing or doing sport helps you to get fit, it makes your muscles stronger and developes a healthy lifestyle
I think playing golf on the moon will give you muscles. I hope i can play golf on the moon one day-
almost all of them
It depends on the exercise. You can target any muscles when working out or if playing sports such as basketball many muscles come into play. There is an exercise for almost any part of the body.
You are using your calf muscles and your biceps. You use your tendons and stuff like that.
mainly the muscles in your forearm, if you alternate pick fast ( pick up and down fast) you either use your wrist muscles or elbow muscles depending on what moves, your wrist of elbow.
Track and fieldsoccerfootballbasketballbaseballswimminggymnasticscheerleadingdancehockeywrestlingI could comtinue or just say all of them :)
Occasionally known as "Mathletes" academic sports challenge you brain muscles rather then your physical muscles.
While playing hockey, someone exercise most if not all the muscles in the body, as the hockey is a very physically intensive sport.
The equipment you would use while playing sports.
well tennis might be one of the sports
Yes, sports are very good for your muscles and they help you stay at a healthy weight and they build your muscles
Playing sports has been linked to improvements in academic, social, and career success. Individuals who play competitive sports are less likely to smoke or use illicit drug. Playing sports can actually increase success in the classroom and boardroom.
It's how you hold your mouth and use your mouth muscles when playing a musical instrument.