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Default Dose response to exercise intensity and protein synthesis

http://jp.physoc.org/cgi/rapidpdf/jp....2008.164483v1

Cool study on the dose response of intensity and protein synthesis

Check out the graphs! plateaus at 60-90 %, but even though there is no significant difference it appears to peak at 75 % max intensity
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