Understanding levers

Posted: July 4, 2015 in Random
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There are thousands of tasks that involve levers from nodding your head to how a drawbridge works. And a large majority of people have a limited understanding of how this process works. Pictures like the one above and others that will appear throughout this blog will hopefully assist in understanding and proper implantation of personal and Exterior lever systems.

Within the human body there are many active levers throughout its mass and length. The jaw too your ankles and toes, this is why when exercising and toning full range of movement and proper push and pull exercises are important to maintain balance and symitary. By good practice this builds up stronger joints and can limit injuries and speed up recovery. There are 3 types of lever 1st class 2nd class and 3rd class.

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And we also employ many lever systems in our day too day lives scissors,pushing wheel barrows too loading your fork at dinner. The growth of knowledge in understanding these processes isn’t just good for health and fitness but also for work,d I y ,hobbies and many other tasks.
80+% of injuries at work are simple moving and handling incidents wich is knowing how to employ and activate your bodies lever systems too move or lift an object.
So lever control assists health and safety on a social scale. It’s mind-blowing how important that levers are and how proper practices and following of instructions limits the impact on all around you aswell as self-help reliance.

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The above images are all examples of levers at work to show the diverse and impact that levers have on life.

This is a short introduction too levers feel free to comment and ask questions

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