The rabbit has muscular hind legs that allow it to have maximum strength, flexibility, and speed and it is divided into 3 parts: thighs, shins and feet. The hind limbs are an over-normal trait that is much longer than the fore-limbs and offers greater power. Rabbits run on their toes for the most appropriate length in motion. The force exerted by the hind limbs is provided by the fusion structure between the fibula, the tibia, and the muscles. Bone formation and replacement, from a cellular point of view, are directly correlated with the muscles of the hind limbs. The action of applying pressure on the muscles to generate the force that is then distributed to the skeleton. Rabbits that exert less force and put less pressure on the bones are more likely to develop osteoporosis due to bone exhausting. In rabbits, the more fibers the muscle has, the greater the stamina. For example, the hares have greater resistance than the fluffy rabbits. The muscular system of the hind limbs is classified into four main categories: stilts, quadriceps,. The stilts are responsible for creating force when dancing.