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...oxygen, particularly in conditions of physiological hypoxia (lack of oxygen). Inhibition of the most actively respiring mitochondria and those closest to the oxygen source would allow oxygen to diffuse beyond...

...factors. We further recommend investigation of mechanical impingement and movement patterns as potential mechanisms for the development of shoulder pain, but clearly distinguished from a clinical diagnostic label of "impingement...

...females. “Dryland” is a broad label, and can mean everything from easy stretching to intense lifting. Nevertheless, given the frequent bone density problems of female aquatic athletes , it could...

...the most marketing and labels screaming their health benefits are likely the degrading your health! I mean, when the last time you saw a healthy label on a vegetable was!...

...magic lies in the application of the tool and the art of coaching. Whether you formally label your “test sets” or whether your only formal “testing” occurs in meets, everyone...

...(2). This results in an increase in mitochondria and allow the muscle to better utilize fats via aerobic production which is favorable for energy synthesis (14). However, even though phosphorylation...

...1) oxidative enzyme activity in mitochondria decreased after the high altitude training, 2) cardiac output decreased by an increased hematocrit (blood viscosity), 3) hypoxia per se impairs absolute training intensity,...

...the neuromuscular junction, mitochondria, the cell cytoskeleton, and even the myofibers shape changes as we age. If we live long enough, some of the changes can parallel those seen with...

...Theoretically, during hypoxia the body's mitochondria would increase their fatty acid uptake and beta-oxidation, which would release more fat from storage. To test this, one must measure the respiratory exchange...

...as Effective in Building Mitochondria as Previously Thought? Study Puts Question Mark Behind Low Volume HIT & Minimalist Short Interval + Long Rest HIIT Regimen Friday Interview: Erik van Geer...

   
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