How To Do Muscle Control?


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There are many ways to do muscle control; exercise is usually the best way to gain greater control over the muscles. After childbirth, many women practice a pelvic exercise called a Kegel, which, when repeated frequently, strengthen the vaginal muscles and gradually restores them to a pre-childbirth state.

Other forms of exercise used to do muscle control include physiotherapy after accidents, where muscles are left in a weakened state due to injury. Physiotherapists use muscle exercises to help clients lift weights, walk on treadmills, and do floor exercises to regain control of their muscles.

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  • The best way to do muscle control is to work a muscle to muscle fatigue, or failure. Weightlifters often lift weights, such as dumbbells, in repetition, until they feel they cannot lift a weight again. At that point, muscle failure has occurred. Working to muscle failure, and strengthening a muscle, so that the failure point occurs after more repetitions, is the best way to gain greater control over muscles.
  • The stronger a muscle is, the easier it will be to control it. In some degenerative muscle diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (also known as MS) the nerve signals from the brain, sent out to the muscles, are not working properly. Sometimes, mere exercise is not enough to control muscles, since the brain and nerves always play a role. In the case of disorders such as MS, medication and therapy, as well as the care of a skilled physician, may be needed to assist a patient with muscle control.
Doing muscle control at home is easier with at-home exercise DVDs, YouTube videos, and instruction booklets. People may practice muscle controlling exercises, such as Pilates or Yoga, from the comfort and privacy of their own homes. People may also visit local gyms to lift weights or use Nautilus machines that assist them with better muscle control.

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