Usual statement is "high twitch muscle fiber operates anaerobic glycolysis".
In training of olympic lifting and plyometric box jumps with sets of repetitions, do paleo athletes use very small minute quantity of glucose only and fatigue rapidly? Or alternatively high twitch muscle fibers in ketogenic body increase number of mitochondria and thus enables the krebs cycle. Most of literature is based studies on non-ketogenic specimen. I want to design better training program of olympic liftings and box jumps based on proper understanding of high twitch muscle fiber in ketogenic state.
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