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Old 09-26-2006, 03:28 AM
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Default Re: Glycogenolysis in non active muscle during exercise? What could be the reason???

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is this one of those where after we try our best, the etacher just tells us the answer ?

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President will definitely be able to add a lot to this. But there are several unanswered questions in practically any area of research. So the more ideas and contributions (especially for future research), the better.

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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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This is exactly what I was going to ask!

The first thing that comes to mind is a whole body increase in glycolysis and lypolysis, due to increased catabolic hormones such as catecholamines.
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