Practical, will be the expression I would personally use to explain this coloring reserve as well as among the regular expression I consistently noticed from my O.R. co-workers as i proved them this book was, "You will see the actual muscle tissues".
Not a convoluted page that was so crowded you can't make out any of the illustrated muscles because they were so small, i was looking for a muscular system coloring book that was a coloring book.
They are there for you to see the anterior, lateral and posterior views of that particular extremity, side by side, although this book doesn't have that problem, except for some of the pages with three labeled illustrations on them. Muscular system coloring book
So in a nutshell for an example you have thelateral and anterior, and posterior arm unlabeled; which you can easily see and color each individual muscle.
Next, you have the same extremity with all three views labeled and again you can color each individual muscles but this time all the muscles are labeled.
And once much more, now you have these three positions,anterior and lateral, posterior on the same web page content label to examine side by side and coloration yet again.
I like this lay out concept, because it appears to me your being force to learn from repetition. Using my example above, so far as how many times your given the opportunity to colour each one of the drawings above, 3 time for each and every placement; which provide you with a total 9 times.