Re: Glycogenolysis in non active muscle during exercise? What could be the reason???
That is intriguing. It appears that muscular glycogen in one area is being used to fuel contraction in another.
I'm not sure if it's possible, but maybe there are transport mechanisms that can move glycogen from inactive areas to where they are needed. This is sort of how fat utilization works. For example, you can burn fat from your glutes while using an arm ergometer.