In a message dated 1/22/08 7:08:28 AM, nick.tatalias@
> In other words the
> Type IIb muscles developed where developing mitochondrial growth to respond
> to the increased metabolic demand of training. Because as you sate the type
> IIb muscles have basically enough energy to support themselves at rest they
> were growing mitochondria to deal with the intensity of training. This
> adaptation will happen with continued weight training.
I may have missed this but is there any substantiation regarding a loss in
strength and or fiber shortening rate due to the well documented IIb - IIa
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