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The Biological Basis of Muscle Gain

The human body has succeeded and survived due to its ability to respond to its environment. This is most evident when observing modern day sport, in particularly athletics where the extremes of muscle mass in lightweight efficiency driven marathon runners are in sharp contrast to the powerful and explosive bodies of sprinters. This ability to […]


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Why Soldiers May Struggle To Gain Muscle

Soldiers often struggle to gain type II muscle fibers, they tend to develop more type I muscle fibers due to the having a heavily aerobic training program. Three major factors heavily influence the development of both mentioned muscle fibers; rest nutrition and training. Though muscle fiber type is genetically predisposed this can be harnessed from […]


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Why Soldiers May Struggle To Gain Muscle

Soldiers often struggle to gain type II muscle fibers, they tend to develop more type I muscle fibers due to the having a heavily aerobic training program. Three major factors heavily influence the development of both mentioned muscle fibers; rest nutrition and training. Though muscle fiber type is genetically predisposed this can be harnessed from […]


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Why Soldiers May Struggle To Gain Muscle

Soldiers often struggle to gain type II muscle fibers, they tend to develop more type I muscle fibers due to the having a heavily aerobic training program. Three major factors heavily influence the development of both mentioned muscle fibers; rest nutrition and training. Though muscle fiber type is genetically predisposed this can be harnessed from […]