Restauration de glycogène (muscle)
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Restauration de glycogène (muscle)

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    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is muscle glycogen restoration?

    Rk S.
    IN
    Rk S.

    Glycogen restoration (muscle):- Recovery meals and rehydration. Full glycogen restoration takes approximately 2 days. It depends on the duration of the exercise performed and the carbohydrate intake during the recovery. Glycogen replenishment is fastest during the first 2 hours, and is complete in 2 days if a high carbohydrate diet is followed. This can be extended to 5 days if a high carbohydrate is not used. Hydration is also important during this process. For every gram of carbohydrate stored, the body needs 3 grams of water. What are the effects of interval vs. continuous training on glycogen depletion/restoration? Glycogen depletion is less rapid if the training is intermittent. It also results in more rapid replenishment of glycogen stores. As a result, a person can do more training - if done in the form of interval training and combined with a high carbohydrate diet - without risking severe depletion. Glycogen can only be resynthesised if lactic acid, pyruvic acid and glucose are available to the muscles and liver. The levels of these are low in continuous exercise; however, they are higher in intermittent exercise, thus resynthesis can occur sooner.

    Muhammad S.
    PK
    Muhammad S.

    What is glycogen restoration?

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