The term “muscular hypertrophy” describes a rise in muscle mass. A gain in muscular mass and strength is the typical way that this shows up.
Muscle hypertrophy is of 3 kinds: myofibrillar and sarcoplasmic and myostatin. Myofibrillar, which is an increase in myofibrils, and sarcoplasmic, which is an increase in the storage of muscle glycogen.
TYPES OF MUSCLE HYPERTROPHY
There are 3 types of muscle hypertrophy-
MYOFIBRILLAR HYPERTROPHY- is the rise in the number of myofibrils, the long strands in the muscle that aid in contraction. The muscle becomes more dense and powerful as the number of myofibrils rises.
SARCOPLASMIC HYPERTROPHY - refers to the increase in sarcoplasmic fluid volume in the muscles, which is the fluid that is filled with different types of energy-containing molecules.
MYOSTATIN- RELATED MUSCLE HYPERTROPHY - is an uncommon disorder that results in up to double the usual amount of muscle mass and a significant decrease in body fat.
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