G W Ness

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Endurance capacity and the effects of different post-exercise states on skeletal muscle glycogen have been studied in rats trained by swimming or running and in sedentary controls. Regular endurance exercise resulted in increased skeletal muscle glycogen stores. A greater depletion was observed in trained animals than in non-trained animals after a training(More)
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