Early skeletal muscle hypertrophy and architectural changes in response to high-intensity resistance training.

@article{Seynnes2007EarlySM,
  title={Early skeletal muscle hypertrophy and architectural changes in response to high-intensity resistance training.},
  author={Olivier R. Seynnes and Miriam de Boer and Marco V Narici},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={102 1},
  pages={368-73}
}
The onset of whole muscle hypertrophy in response to overloading is poorly documented. The purpose of this study was to assess the early changes in muscle size and architecture during a 35-day high-intensity resistance training (RT) program. Seven young healthy volunteers performed bilateral leg extension three times per week on a gravity-independent flywheel ergometer. Cross-sectional area (CSA) in the central (C) and distal (D) regions of the quadriceps femoris (QF), muscle architecture… CONTINUE READING
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