Fasted-state skeletal muscle protein synthesis after resistance exercise is altered with training.

@article{Kim2005FastedstateSM,
  title={Fasted-state skeletal muscle protein synthesis after resistance exercise is altered with training.},
  author={Paul L Kim and Robert S. Staron and Stuart M Phillips},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={568 Pt 1},
  pages={283-90}
}
The purpose of the present investigation was to determine how fasted-state protein synthesis was affected, acutely, by resistance training. Eight men (24.8+/-1.7 years, body mass index=23.2+/-1.0 kg m-2; means+/-s.e.m.) undertook an 8 week programme of unilateral resistance exercise training (3 sessions week-1, progression from two to four sets; intensity was 80% of the subjects' single repetition maximum (1RM): knee extension and leg press). Following training, subjects underwent two primed… CONTINUE READING
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