Everywhere in the world, the human body is thought to be exactly like the models and diagrams of skeleton, and that bones are hard and cannot be changed. Actually, bones are large and small parts that combine to make the skull or the spinal column. The skeletal muscles (inner muscles) are the important factors in connecting those various bone parts, and the outer muscle, which many people work on, pulls the inner muscles together and supports them.
My theory helps to create an entirely new human being, and it all starts from knowing your own body in this simple way. Actually, in order to know yourself, the simpler is the better.
Most humans think they can consciously use all the muscles in their body, since they exist in their own body.
Let us return to the story of the inner muscles (skeletal muscles) and outer muscles, in order to understand how human muscles deteriorate.
Right now, please tighten your tummy by visualizing your inner muscle.
Are you actually doing that?
Are you sure that you are not pushing on your outer muscles to tighten your tummy?
From the surface, it doesn’t matter which muscles are engaged- either one can make your tummy tighter.
Now, if you currently have a beautiful midsection with the right curves, it is highly likely that you are actually using your inner muscles to move that area.
My theory is this.
“All muscles rely on the strongest muscle in close proximity”
If you were a child, you are able to fully utilize your inner muscles. In a child’s body, neither the inner muscles nor the outer muscles are too developed, which makes it easier to use the inner muscles. That is why children don’t get tired even when they move their body vigorously, and they can utilize their muscle to jump up high.
On the contrary, if you are an adult, it is likely that you are using your outer muscles to tighten the area from your ribcage to your tummy.
To state simply, when we are born, the muscles that are closest to the bones are the main muscles that are designed to work. Imagine that your bones exist in the middle of a large tube. When you are born, the inner muscles (including the skeletal muscles) that surround the bone fill the tube. As you grow up, you are taught to visualize and move the outer muscles, because that is what the current society values. When that happens, the outer muscles which exist outside the tube gets stronger and stronger, and the inner muscles inside the tube start relying on those outer muscles. Over time, the inner muscles start to deteriorate and the area around the bone becomes spacious and weak.
When you are a child, the muscles are not so apparent, but as you grow up, they can be seen from outside. Some people consider that sexy, but as you age and your inner muscles decrease, the inner structure such as veins and bones protrude and show through your muscles. At that point, some people work out strenuously or receive beauty treatments, but they are often faced with a reality that it is difficult to attain youthful beauty.
When you were younger, you probably could move your body more smoothly. That fact is the key to the theory of human muscles.
As I said before, all muscles rely on the strongest muscle in close proximity.
That means, if you only work your outer muscles, your inner muscles deteriorate and becomes hollow. When that happens, body fluids and fat full of waste particles can easily enter those hollow areas, and the inner muscles become quite unusable. (Muscles with extramyocellular lipid or EMCL)
And as the human ages, the larger outer muscles also deteriorate, leaving the weak inner muscles full of EMCL, and all that is left is to crumble and die.