Multiple factors influence muscle growth including your age, genetic predisposition, exercise, nutrition and drugs. This is a general list but each category has specific effects and interact with each other. Over the course of your life there are two major factors that override all others with respect to how much muscle you’ll ever build and those factors are:
1) Juvenile Muscle Growth
2) Work Induced Muscle Growth
The effects that nutrition and your specific workout pattern can have on your ability to grow muscle will change depending on the stage of muscle growth you are working within.
The changes that happen at the muscle are also different depending on your stage of life and training status/history.
In todays podcast we’ll look at what happens at the cellular level when muscles are growing in both the juvenile state and as a result of working out.
We’ll discuss something called “satellite cells” and how they might be the limiting factor to the amount of muscle you can ultimately grow and how various factors such as nutrition, age, working out, supplements and drugs can affect your satellite cells.
We’ll also discuss how your specific situation will change how effective supplements like creatine or protein can be and what the best strategies for using these might be.
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