Ok so my answers will be in black - answering your questions that are in the blue. First thing is, I am a physiologist, this is the study of the human body and its response to growth, stress, injury, drugs etc etc.. I cannot speak for another expert but I literally have more than a decade of formal education on the science of human movement. I trust you want an expert answer that is accurate.
"So steroid and testerone do not change fat to muscle also lifting heavy workout does not transform fat to muscle
But if last point I said is true how come fat bigger fatter people become big muscular
And skinny people gain extra muscle but not to bigger fater one"
Heavy lifting is merely a training stimulus - it provides the body with a signal to grow larger more powerful muscles to adapt to the "stress" of the weight training - so genetically speakoing of bigger fatter people, metabolism is another variable as well as bone structure(of large vs small) that allows a person to hold muscle easier. People with very fast metabolisms have a hard time gaining muscle because of the energy requirements even at rest are so great that it is often hard to put on muscle. Where heavier, fatter people can store energy excess as body fat because the body doesn't use it(slower metabolism). As far as fatter people putting on more muscle, it is NOT always the case but ever so often you have a person doing bodyweight exercises, and because of a larger load that they carry its SOMETIMES easier to gain muscle. Again though - burning fat actively and
"You also said about cross section that equal traing equal power but you said first that woman do not gain muscle same speed as man so how can these two go together "
Sorry i should have explained - so this i mean, if you take a small section(say 1 cubic centimeter of a mans muscle(any body part - bicep, thigh, calf, whatever) and compare the contractile force of the same muscle(assuming no genetic fiber differences) and compare to it womans, the force will be the same. As far as gaining muscle through training, testosterone is a major player in building muscle, women do not have high levels of this hormone and as such do not gain easily. So basically anabolic steroids, synthetic testosterones, are sometimes introduced to both male and female for the purpose of building muscle faster. Again though 2 diferent things - contractile strength is the same from male to female, but the BUILDING environment is easier in the male."Also I a, confused you said that fat does convert into muscle but other researcher Martin said they do.
Clear things for me also Women also have femurs more distanced and this can allow a better positioning for the scissor is that enough to acquaint for the big difference between woman scissor and man's and saying that. are woman muscles positioned same as man on legs is there any difference which could account for difference in scissor power
Finally I mentioned staged and not staged what your take on that especially galaxy.dww.com."
Muscle can not be converted from fat - Martin is incorrect. Two separate materials, with a bunch of completely separate pathways for both the construction and destruction of both.
Femurs are NOT more distanced across the board - generally speaking women have wider hips, OR often a sharper angle from the outside of the hip to the knee. What you are thinking of is called the Q angle. YOu can't hold pelvis angles as the main player, if nothing else, the women MIGHT be at a disadvantage because they would have to contract their adductors(the muscles that scissor - bringing the legs together) over a longer distance, and we know that power is greater when the leverage is greater.
As far as muscular attachments we call these the origin and insertion - generally they are the same as far as an identifyable point, but this should not be considered as a variable to victory because from each and ever person there are significant differences. This is why some people naturally are stronger, some not, same size, training, etc. etc. There is way too much variability.
However if you wanted to generalize, you could say, that assuming no other differences aside from muscular length that a person with attachments farther from the joint that they move WOULD produce greater force. For example say the thigh squeezers, call the adductors(scissor) if they were farther down on the lower leg would produce a greater force that those that were higher up on the lower leg. Farther attachments produce a greater force(leverage, not actual force) but closer attachments can "Swing" a limb faster - again assuming the same training from the muscles.
These answers are true and accurate built from my more than decade of formal education in the science of the human body verified by justanswer.
This is quite the physiology lesson, I really hope you are enjoying learning all this stuff