A Practical Guide to Developing Resistance-Training Programs by Jay R., Ph.D. Hoffman, Nicholas A., Ph.D. Ratamess

By Jay R., Ph.D. Hoffman, Nicholas A., Ph.D. Ratamess

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Interestingly, when both resistance- and endurance-training programs are performed concurrently, the addition of endurance training appears to attenuate muscle growth as compared to resistance training only. Muscle hypertrophy also has important functional implications. An increase in muscle size is associated with a reduction in mitochondrial and capillary volume densities within the fibers. That is, the muscle has increased in size without changing the number of capillaries and mitochondria. As a result, the capillaries have a much greater surface area to which to supply blood.

Underneath the epimysium, groups of fibers are bound together, forming several bundles. Each bundle is termed a fasciculus and is surrounded by a layer of connective tissue called the perimysium. Similar to the epimysium, the perimysium is a protective sheath that allows the fasciculi to maintain their form and shape. Each fasciculus is made up of fibers that are also surrounded by a layer of connective tissue known as the endomysium. , mitochondria, ribosomes) that comprise each muscle fiber. The total number of fibers within each muscle varies considerably and depends upon the muscle’s size and function.

Similar to the epimysium, the perimysium is a protective sheath that allows the fasciculi to maintain their form and shape. Each fasciculus is made up of fibers that are also surrounded by a layer of connective tissue known as the endomysium. , mitochondria, ribosomes) that comprise each muscle fiber. The total number of fibers within each muscle varies considerably and depends upon the muscle’s size and function. A fiber may extend the length of the muscle or it may merge with another fiber. A fiber may originate at the muscle’s proximal origin or it may originate in the middle of the muscle.

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