Resistance exercise load does not determine training-mediated hypertrophic gains in y

Discussion in 'Hypertrophy Research' started by CDB, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. CDB

    CDB New Member

    Resistance exercise load does not determine training-mediated hypertrophic gains in young men
    Cameron J. Mitchell1, Tyler A. Churchward-Venne1, Daniel D.W. West1, Nicholas A. Burd2, Leigh Breen1, Steven K. Baker1, and Stuart M. Phillips1,*

    Hi all. This one was recently posted over at Lyle's forum, anyone got any comment on the findings? Seems interesting.
  2. TangoDown

    TangoDown Member

    Link to the study, by any chance?
  3. HST123

    HST123 New Member

    These were untrained individuals so even the lightest load would provide enough stimulus for their muscles to grow, over the longer term I think the results would be quite different.
  4. CDB

    CDB New Member

    Unfortunately no, I haven't been able to track down the full text.
  5. anoop

    anoop New Member

    Email me at anoopbalach at gmail.com if you want the full text
  6. QuantumPositron2

    QuantumPositron2 New Member

    You can always give 30% RM a try for 6 weeks. I think the untrained participants had something to do with it. There are other studies showing the same with "recreationally active" participants, whatever that means. If its ever shown that 30%RM works with competitive athletes I'll maybe believe it. Look into the concept of training age if you want to learn more.
  7. Bryan Haycock

    Bryan Haycock Administrator

    I just made a post bout this above...sorry, didn't see this thread started when I posted.

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