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    Muscle Hypertrophy

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    ABSTRACT: Muscle hypertrophy refers to increase in muscular size caused by expansion or increasing count of myofibrils (hyperplasia) within skeletal muscles. Resistance-based training causes microtrauma within myocytes of target muscles. Damage to muscle cells induce activation of myosatellite cells, which proliferate as myoblast [1]. Myoblasts differentiate and recover damaged cells as they fuse with the tissues, making the cell more durable than the original state. Satellite cells may also fuse with one another to develop a new muscle [2] which results in hyperplasia. Supplements such as; protein, BCAA, and HMB target supplying nutrients necessary for the recovery phase as well as they stimulate mTOR/PI3K/Akt signaling pathways [3]. Creatine…

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    As a consequence, he is strong. He can move heavy objects. But do you know that much of the benefits of bodybuilding are not visible to the naked eye?"I am talking about how bodybuilding has affected both my mental outlook and my character." Robbie reiterates. For example, he has learned to be patient as he slowly progresses towards my goals; He has learned to persevere in the face of bad workouts; and he has learned to be disciplined in the face of a world full of bad nutritional choices. No…

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    Abuse Of Peds In Sports

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    going to be the best it could be. A growing problem in the US is athletes using performance-enhancing drugs, caused by the desire for more muscle mass, a better body image, ease of access, and pressure from parents and coaches; the effects of this abuse are depression, health effects, and even deaths. Solutions to help keep PEDs from the sports world include more testing and harsher punishments. The first reason for the growing abuse of PEDs in sports is to grow muscle faster and better…

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    The maintenance of skeletal muscle mass and metabolic capacity is extremely important for human health and quality of life (Wolfe RR 2006). Skeletal muscle has distinct metabolic and contractile properties that can be influenced by nutrients uptake, microenvironment, and contractile activity. Plasticity and heterogeneity have also been shown to be hallmarks of skeletal muscle as shown by muscle morphology, fiber type, and oxidative capacity. Age, disuse, fasting and various degenerative diseases…

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    Myokine: Strength Training

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    would see older people with big muscle or in shape, so in there mind they want to be like that person when they get older. Even older people want to get theirselve in the right shape and form the older they get in life. But most people don’t know nothing about most the disease that are out there that involve with the liver, muscle, heart, fat and also brain cell. One of those disease is Myokine, the myokine helps repair the tissue and it also maintain a health body every time you work. Protein…

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    aspect of agility. Basketball is a chaotic sport, where emphasis is placed on the ability to accelerate rapidly and usually in non-linear directions, so therefore speed is a very important aspect in the game of basketball. Donte has successfully put on 8kg through the course of his high intensity weight training which is very useful for his position playing that post. But however, this has disadvantaged him by decreasing his aptitude to jump and his ability to run at a high speed. Donte…

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    Diagnosing DMD is done through serum CPK, muscle biopsy, genetic testing, and electromyography to confirm inheritance of the gene and progression of disease. At this time, there is no cure for this devastating disease yet new treatment modalities are being created to support quality of life. Treatment options…

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    Building Smooth Muscles

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    have a decent understanding of the far-reaching importance of building strength muscle to promote long term health and increased functionality of the human body. Having muscle development (and training for it in the gym) goes beyond the aesthetic appeal. For health-conscious individuals, it’s an important part of being able to do what you want to do for the long haul, and even has by-products like improved efficiency of fat burning. With all of this said, it’s worth mentioning that we belong…

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    1 Name of your Genetic Disorder: Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) 2 Gene locus on which chromosome: Gene locus on the short arm of the X chromosome named Xp21. 3 Type of disorder (autosomal, sex-linked, dominant, recessive, aneuploidy?): DMD has an X-linked recessive inheritance pattern. 4 Symptoms of the disorder: According to the National Human Genome Research Institute , generally, the symptoms of DMD appear between the age of 1 and 6. Since the age of one, the patient…

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    Blood Supply P2

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    Increased blood supply An increase our blood supply which is when our muscles contract that cause an increase in temperature and metabolic activity (chemical reactions). As a result when our muscles contract there is a greater need for oxygen which is met by capillary dilation. For example The rugby players when they are warming up their bodies will start to do this, when the body gets warm the blood will flow faster. Muscle fibre micro tears During exercise, our muscles are put under stress…

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