The Human Body


Understanding the human body isn’t easy but having an idea of how it works is a step in the right direction. It’s quite the amazing machine, comprising of organs, flesh, and bone that all work together in unison, giving you the sense of sight, touch, smell, sound, and taste. Without getting into too much detail since I’m by all means no doctor, take this as a simple introduction to the human anatomy.

Starting with your skin (the epidermis), a shell of which protects your insides from the elements. Working with your nervous system, it is able to provide you with sensory information, whether a surface is hot or cold, smooth or rough, dry or wet, all while keeping your insides intact at the same time. Underneath that skin, is a wide variety of ligaments, muscle groups, and tendons.

Human Muscles

These muscles, tendons, and ligaments are what allow your body to generate your energy. The kind of energy required for you to get up out of bed in the morning and do what you got to do to make your day count. This energy can be measured at a gym and through athletic performances via sports and various physical activities.


Underneath those muscles now, you will have your organs, arguably the most complex system of the human body. This is the part where I get put into my place and will be forced to provide you, the reader, with a link to a third party site that will let you search and discover the body on your own. Which will be much better than me trying to bother explaining these things. Luckily, I’ve managed to find a very intuitive solution to this. The source I’ve pulled up is from a company called BioDigital which is a biomedical visualization company based out of NYC, established by a group of gaming developers back in 2013.

Of all the software I’ve tested, this one gave off the most polished feel; Offering ample options on how you want to look at the body (free of charge with available options for mobile devices.)

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