Chief among them is sex, which uses every single one of our 657 muscles - depending on your mood.
Aunger is one of the driving forces behind a new campaign to help people better train, fuel and use our bodies.
Having a library of photos of my wife in the buff while I was traveling was a bonus, though I must say I'm happy I didn't lose my phone! Tester Rating: 4/5I was watching a movie by myself and starting to feel really turned on from a sex scene, so I texted my boyfriend to tell him about it.
But anatomy expert Mike Aunger insists we mustn't be disheartened: there are scores of everyday movements that keep every single one of our muscles active.
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The campaign is in aid of raising awareness about muscular dystrophy, a tragic fatal disease that robs children of their bodily movements.
While we may not realize it, we use hundreds of muscles to do everything - whether we're texting, playing golf, running for the bus, or puckering up for a kiss.