Advanced Science - Page 3 of 10 - Mind And Muscle

Putting the Brakes on Muscle Catabolism by: Robbie Durand, M.A., C.S.C.S. During space flight or any form of traumatic injury which involves muscle wasting such as cancer, AIDS, burns, and hospital immobilization, all kinds of catabolic and muscle atrophy pathways are turned on (2).The ubiquitin-proteasome pathway (UPP) is the predominant catabolic pathway for this muscle tissue […]

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Direst Anabolic Actions Of GH On Muscle by: Robbie Durand, M.A., C.S.C.S. “GROWTH HORMONE IS NO MUSCLE BUILDER.” This is headline that appeared in a recent newspaper. The newspapers jumped all over a recent study in the Annals of Internal Medicine1 that reported GH has little benefits for building muscle or improving quality of life. The […]

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The Practical Scientist – Part VI by: Jamie Hale Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Amino acids, hormones and physical activity appear to be the key short-term physiological regulators of muscle mass. In this article we will investigate their effects on musculoskeletal mass. Key points from MJ Rennie’s Exercise and nutrient controlled mechanisms […]

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The Practical Scientist – Part V by: Jamie Hale Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 In general, athletes have high intakes of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) because of their high energy and protein intakes. Many athletes have even higher intakes due to BCAA supplementation. How does supplementation affect performance? If you ingest a sufficient […]

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Got Fat? Pass the Testosterone Please! by: Tom Rayhawk Consider this: how many times have you read or heard that there is no such thing as a “cutting” steroid? For years the generally accepted doctrine was that steroids do not reduce adipose tissue but rather can decrease water retention and inhibit estrogen’s actions thus producing the […]

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The Practical Scientist – Part IV by: Jamie Hale Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 In the previous additions of The Practical Scientist I have reviewed Nutrition studies. In this addition I will take a look at a study that focuses on exercise. The purpose of this article is to focus on strength and power gains […]

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Physiological Factors Controlling Myostatin Gene Expression – Part II by: Robbie Durand, M.A., C.S.C.S. Continued from last week How the hell do I turn this Gene Off? Besides taking a black market pharamceuatical grade myostatin inhibitor, GH might be a potential inhibitor of myostatin production. Here is another one of those catch-22 studies; I am beginning to […]

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Physiological Factors Controlling Myostatin Gene Expression – Part I by: Robbie Durand, M.A., C.S.C.S. Nothing makes a bodybuilder cringe more than hearing the word “MYOSTATIN.” It’s downright frightening to hear about a muscle-specific gene that inhibits muscle growth. There is an inverse correlation between serum levels of myostatin and lean muscle mass (29), meaning that the […]

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