aponeurotic fascia a dense, firm, fibrous membrane investing the trunk and limbs and giving off sheaths to the various muscles.
Battery Type VRLA 12V / 5 Nos. (60V) 12V / 4Nos.(48V) [500 cycle]
Storage Capacity 8 Ltr. Aprox
Brake System Disc / Disc (Front /Rear)
Speedo Meter Digital
Clmbing 12 Degree
Carrying Capacity 150 Kg
Tyre Type Tubless(3.0x10)
Charging Time Normal 6-7 Hrs
Dimension 1760x680x1260MM (L x W x H)
Key Feature Theft Protection
Fashia-IPL Battery 60V / 1 Nos. Lithium [1500 cycle]
fascia definition: 1. the dashboard in a motor vehicle 2. the sign above the window of a shop, where the shop's name is written 3. a flat piece of material under the edge of a roof, especially one that covers the ends of the rafters (= the large sloping pieces of wood that support the roof). Learn more.
03-08-2016 · Fascia has gone from being a nobody to being the body’s superhero. Fascia is the current biological phenomenon that is receiving long-overdue attention from body workers, athletes, medical professionals, alternative practitioners and now, finally, researchers.
a. A sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue enveloping, separating, or binding together muscles, organs, and other soft structures of the body.
Fascia definition is - a flat usually horizontal member of a building having the form of a flat band or broad fillet: such as.
Fascia (/ ˈ f eɪ ʃ ə /) is an architectural term for a vertical frieze or band under a roof edge, or which forms the outer surface of a cornice, visible to an observer.
22-07-2019 · The various types of fascia are all thought to provide a similar function, which is to transmit the tension in muscles throughout the body with a minimal amount of friction.
25-05-2016 · Fascia. Imagine your body being wrapped entirely in plastic wrap. When you tug on one part of the wrap, it will tighten elsewhere. If you tugged hard enough, the wrap could tear anywhere there is ...