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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Its no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    hypertrophy

    hey everyone, iv been weight training for only weels now and have been reading articles whitch ive found very good, but could sombody explain what hypertrophy training is please

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    Muscle hypertrophy is the increase of the size of muscle cells.

    so its training for bigger stronger muscles.

    Muscular hypertrophy can be increased through strength training and other short duration, high intensity anaerobic exercises, although those kind of exercises have little effect strengthening the muscles involved in respiration. Lower intensity, longer duration aerobic exercise generally does not result in very effective tissue hypertrophy.

    Most of the time when people say they are working for maximum hypertrophy, they mean they are lifting heavy weight for lowish reps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazor View Post
    Muscle hypertrophy is the increase of the size of muscle cells.

    so its training for bigger stronger muscles.

    Muscular hypertrophy can be increased through strength training and other short duration, high intensity anaerobic exercises, although those kind of exercises have little effect strengthening the muscles involved in respiration. Lower intensity, longer duration aerobic exercise generally does not result in very effective tissue hypertrophy.

    Most of the time when people say they are working for maximum hypertrophy, they mean they are lifting heavy weight for lowish reps.
    i believe your last statement is wrong. maximum hypertrophy is lower weight more reps. rep range around 8-12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazor View Post
    Most of the time when people say they are working for maximum hypertrophy, they mean they are lifting heavy weight for lowish reps.
    Quote Originally Posted by tcooper View Post
    i believe your last statement is wrong. maximum hypertrophy is lower weight more reps. rep range around 8-12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
    You are both right.
    yeah as i think about it, that is true off road.

    either way you go you will get big, but you wont if your diet isnt in check
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    Quote Originally Posted by underdog View Post
    hey everyone, iv been weight training for only weels now and have been reading articles whitch ive found very good, but could sombody explain what hypertrophy training is please
    Hypertrophy = Training for muscle size.

    Other popular training goals include:
    - Mass (bodyweight)
    - Body Composition (bodyfat percentage)
    - Bodybuilding (Hypertrophy/body composition)
    - Strength (powerlifting)
    - Weight Loss (bodyweight)
    - Athletic Performance (strength, conditioning, flexibility)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Mutaffis View Post
    Hypertrophy = Training for muscle size.

    Other popular training goals include:
    - Mass (bodyweight)
    - Body Composition (bodyfat percentage)
    - Bodybuilding (Hypertrophy/body composition)
    - Strength (powerlifting)
    - Weight Loss (bodyweight)
    - Athletic Performance (strength, conditioning, flexibility)
    thanks for clearing that up for me lads,

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