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Old 09-25-2006, 07:29 PM
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Default Re: Glycogenolysis in non active muscle during exercise? What could be the reason???

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there has been doccumented as much as a 20 % decrease in muscle glycogen in the non active leg

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Is there any indication of a decrease of muscle glycogen in other areas (like the arms, abs, back, etc)?

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Yes,

the studies I have seen indicate that when training the legs, the forearm had depletion of glycogen, though this did not occur in the reverse situation.
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