Advanced Science - Page 4 of 10 - Mind And Muscle

Omega-3s Have Positive Effects on Heart, Muscle Anabolism and Fat Burning by: Anssi Manninen, M.H.S. Reproduced, with permission, from Musclar Development The human body needs fatty acids, and it can make all but two of them: linoleic acid (omega-6 fatty acid) and linolenic acid (omega-3 fatty acid). Given linolenic acid, the body can make the 20 […]

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The Practical Scientist – Part III by:  Jamie Hale Part 1 Part 2 Specific patterns of behavior put people at risk of developing obesity. Selection of particular types of foods are one of the key factors involved with the development of obesity. Two distinct groups, high-fat and low-fat phenotypes, eat primarily different foods and have […]

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The Practical Scientist – Part II by: Jamie Hale Part 1 It is a well known fact that a proper resistance training program stimulates muscle protein synthesis. How does various nutrients and hormones combined with exercise affect net muscle protein balance? In this installment of The Practical Scientist we will look at Human Muscle Protein Synthesis […]

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SREBP-1 Proteins – Part II by: Tom Rayhawk In Part 1 of this article series, we delved into the structure, manufacturing, and ultimate functions of the SREBP-1c proteins. You should now appreciate that this is a protein you want to repress, especially if you are interested in maximizing your lean body mass to fat ratio. Here in Part […]

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Debunking the Debunkers by: Anssi Manninen, M.H.S. “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and consciencious stupidity.” Martin Luther King Jr. Recently, two ‘exercise physiologists’, Wendy Repovich and Janet Peterson, presenting at the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) 11th-annual Health & Fitness Summit & Exposition supposedly debunked “Top 10 Nutrition Myths.” Some […]

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Insulin Causes Vasodilation in Muscle by: Robbie Durand, M.A., C.S.C.S. Nothing beats a good pump in the gym. Getting a good pump is determined by nitric oxide production in the body, but in addition to taking a nitric oxide precursor; a good insulin spike will also lead to better pumps. It is well known that insulin is […]

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Muscle Inflammation is Necessary for Muscle Hypertrophy by: Robbie Durand, M.A., C.S.C.S. Wolverine from the movie ‘X-men’ is quite possibly the ultimate soldier. He has adamantium claws that can turn anyone that pisses him off into chop suey, an unbreakable skeleton, and a bad attitude to match. His primary mutant power is an accelerated ‘healing factor’ that […]

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How Does Myostatin Inhibit Muscle Development & Hypertrophy? by: Karl Hoffman Myostatin is a member of the family of growth factors known as the transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta) family. It is an important negative regulator of embryonic andpostnatal muscle growth. By now we have all seen photographs of the famous myostatin null mice. These mice lackmyostatin, […]

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by: Marc McDougal After a review of the research, it turns out the common formulas used to determine Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) and Target Heart Rates (THR) may not have as much value as once thought. MHR and THR are commonly determined by using the Karvonen Formula which is determined by subtracting your age from the […]

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