T Nation printed an interesting article breaking down the role of what it takes to grow every type of muscle fiber.
If you want to pack on muscle as fast as possible, build up those Type I fibers everyone else has told you to ignore.
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How do you grow muscle tissue? The stereotypical response is usually something like “lift all the weights!” Everyone knows that lifting weights has something to do with an increase in lean body mass. And if you’re really good with your…
Source: 8 Weeks of Strength Endurance for Muscle Growth
Hypertrophy, known as Muscle growth, is key to growing more mitochondria. Remember Mitochondria burn fat and sugar to create energy, ATP, for the body. The more muscle you have the more mitochondria you have. The more mitochondria you have the more fat burning your body does.
Here’s a workout to build those muscles and grow those mitochondria. Don’t forget to walk twenty to thirty minutes after your workout while drinking your protein recovery shake.
Source: The Total Package: A Full Body Strength & Hypertrophy Workout
Your muscles are full of Mitochondria. Mitochandria are responsible for producing ATP (energy) for your workout. The more Mitochondria you have, the greater the workout and your muscle gains.
According to T Nation
- Increase the number of mitochondria in your muscle cells and you improve strength and strength endurance.
Read our previous article on Growing New Mitochondria