Repeatability of training-induced skeletal muscle adaptations in active young males

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29 octobre 2020

Repeatability of training-induced skeletal muscle adaptations in active young males

Measurements of protein content, enzymatic activity, and/or capillarization are frequently utilized as markers of skeletal muscle adaptation following exercise training. Whether changes in these markers of muscle adaptation are repeatable when individuals are repeatedly exposed to the same training stimulus is unknown. The purpose of this study was to test the repeatability of skeletal muscle adaptations to two identical training periods.

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