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Exercise is affected by the availability of nutrients, the intensity and duration of the exercise, the muscle fiber types involved, the fitness of the athlete and any drugs they are taking.  All these factors influence the unconscious decision of athletes regarding the type of fuel chosen during exercise. Knowledge of these factos help athletes make informed conscious dietary decisions.  High carbohydrate diets raise muscle and liver glycogen stores, while starvation and high fat diets increase plasma fatty acid concentrations.  The increase in fatty acid…
Muscle cells are arranged in fibers There are two types of fibers, slow-twitch ones and fast-twitch ones Slow-twitch fibers contract slowly and are used during jogging, cycling and swimming. These fibers are more efficient users of oxygen while generating energy. This makes them resistant to fatigue. Although they lack the power and force of fast-twitch fibers, slow twitch fibers are critical to endurance. Slow twitch fibers are used for most…
The word diet comes from diata, which in Greek translates as way of living. Diet indicates a pattern of eating. A pattern predicated on the life of the individual. Athletes require metabolically active foods (carbohydrates) when these foods are eaten by sedentary people, they gain weight. Exercise is the most fundamental principal that improves health. It is far less expensive to pay for Americans to exercise than it is to…