Exercise and the Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy.

Abstract

Skeletal muscle is a critical organ serving as the primary site for postprandial glucose disposal and the generation of contractile force. The size of human skeletal muscle mass is dependent upon the temporal relationship between changes in muscle protein synthesis (MPS) and muscle protein breakdown. The aim of this chapter is to review our current understanding of how resistance exercise influences protein turnover with a specific emphasis on the molecular factors regulating MPS. We also will discuss recent data relating to the prescription of resistance exercise to maximize skeletal muscle hypertrophy. Finally, we evaluate the impact of age and periods of disuse on the loss of muscle mass and the controversy surround the etiology of muscle disuse atrophy.

DOI: 10.1016/bs.pmbts.2015.06.018
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@article{McGlory2015ExerciseAT, title={Exercise and the Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy.}, author={Chris McGlory and Stuart M Phillips}, journal={Progress in molecular biology and translational science}, year={2015}, volume={135}, pages={153-73} }