Muscle glycogen resynthesis after short term, high intensity exercise and resistance exercise.

@article{Pascoe1996MuscleGR,
  title={Muscle glycogen resynthesis after short term, high intensity exercise and resistance exercise.},
  author={David D. Pascoe and L Bruce Gladden},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={
          98-118
        }
}
Typical rates of muscle glycogen resynthesis after short term, high intensity exercise (15.1 to 33.6 mmol/kg/h) are much higher than glycogen resynthesis rates following prolonged exercise (approximately 2 mmol/kg/h), even when optimal amounts of oral carbohydrate are supplied (approximately mmol/kg/h). Several factors differ during post-exercise recovery from short term, high intensity exercise compared with prolonged exercise. The extremely fast rate of muscle glycogen resynthesis following… CONTINUE READING
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