Join me @ IBOtoolbox for free.
charlos john
Member Since: 9/21/2017
  
performance / stats
Country: United States
Likes Received: 21
Featured Member: 0 times
Associates: 3
Wall Posts: 13
Comments Made: 0
Press Releases: 12
Videos: 0
Phone:
Skype:    
profile visitor stats
TODAY: 11
THIS MONTH: 238
TOTAL: 823
are we ibo associates?
business links
recent videos
active associates
Kris Karafotas        
Last logged on: 11/23/2017


nondual spirituality    
Last logged on: 9/28/2017


IBOtoolbox Admin     
Last logged on: 9/3/2017


other ibo platforms
charlos john   My Press Releases

Muscle mass Hypertrophy - Developing Your Muscles

Published on 9/25/2017
For additional information  Click Here

The muscles are incredibly sensitive organ in conditions of system's requirement. It responds to the needs of the body in order to keep its homeostasis and maintain stability. These mechanisms are extremely important inside our body because these facilitate our variation. There are activities that we have to do and these require so much power or versatility that sometimes surpasses the point of limit of our muscles. Muscle mass needs to respond to the body's demand in order to continue its normal function. There are certain things that we can do in order to help our muscles respond well to our needs. Developing them is the key factor in so that it will meet our body's necessity.

Muscle hypertrophy is the key factor wherein our body establishes development in order to meet the external demand. These external stimuli that induce hypertrophy come in several forms. These types of stimuli will be the one in charge of the induction of muscle growth. Basically hypertrophy functions to improve the size of the cell to supply more function but this is not totally general. For our skeletal muscles, this function is very much observed.

Strength training is one great way of establishing the muscles. In induce great bodily demand for strength due to the intense activities. There are different types of weight training specifically resistance training (type of training wherein resistance is applied against a slowly but surely increasing force), isometric training (kind of training wherein bones and the motion are the primary point of development) and the most commonly used means of workout is the weight training. Excess weight training involves the use of dumbbell, barbell and other work-out devices. This particular is what we commonly see in the gym fitness center although weight lifting differs from body building, which also involves the use of the said devices. This procedure induce great demand in the muscle cells to the point that if these external stimuli occur frequently, it triggers the system of hypertrophy. The muscle cells increase its size and organelle number to supply additional requirement to meet the demand. The specific major part of the cell that is accountable for energy creation is what we call the mitochondria. This area of the cells provides ATP or Adenosine Triphosphate as the key energy source of the body. Manufacturing these ATPs varies depending on number of powerhouse present and other contributing factors such as genetics, lifestyle, environment, and so on. The body needs to meet the demand so it causes this mechanism if it senses that the availability is inadequate.

Another thing that develops the body's mechanism is the nutritional supplement. These supplements particularly weigh products or protein shakes give additional protein that is mainly needed for the body's muscle build upwards. Supplements also affect the hypertrophy of the cells due to its contributing factor to the human body's nutritional status. Nutrition is essential in conditions of this mechanism. Hypertrophy hardly occurs if the body does not have on specific constituents such as protein, minerals like calcium and vitamins like vitamin D and E. These substances assist in the tissue build-up of the muscles and also the bones.

There are countless factors that aids in the induction of muscle hypertrophy. These types of mechanism brings about one simple goal which is the provision of enough energy that match up the demand. The external stimuli come in the form or exercise or energy-requiring activities.

Member Note: To comment on this PR, simply click reply on the owners main post below.
-  Copyright 2016 IBOsocial  -            Part of the IBOtoolbox family of sites.