supercompensation


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su·per·com·pen·sa·tion

(sūpĕr-kompĕn-sāshŭn)
Process by which the muscle repairs and enhances damaged fibers and reloads substrates after overload exercise.
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Hexokinase 2, glycogen synthase and phosphorylase play a key role in muscle glycogen supercompensation. PLos One 2012;7:e42453.
to overcome physiological stress induced by training volume and intensity, and to boost the mechanism of supercompensation) (Colwin, 2014; Rodek et al., 2013), it is reasonable to expect that the influence of CS&TM on doping susceptibility in swimmers is higher than influence of CS&TM on doping susceptibility in athletes involved in "multifaceted" sports (i.e.
Others required "supercompensation" - payments at greater than the fair market value.
Prevention of glycogen supercompensation prolongs the increase in muscle GLUT4 after exercise.
Supercompensation for state confiscation of residential property, (342) "Homestead Act" tax shelters, (343) and rights of redemption for foreclosed homes (344) all seek to prevent owners from losing their homes.
It is also tempting to speculate that in relation to irisin there is a threshold for training load in which physical activity not only compensates for the pregnancy-induced metabolic changes, but likewise gives a posttraining supercompensation effect.
Glycogen supercompensation or CHO loading is a procedure used successful by athletes for decades to maximize glycogen storage prior to endurance events.
Brain glycogen supercompensation in the mouse after recovery from insulin-induced hypoglycemia.
At certain times, some authors have advocated the strategy of reducing training loads in order to provide supercompensation and avoid overtraining (10,16).
Supercompensation. This is a phenomenon in training where performances increases above the original level of increase.
The training phenomenon called supercompensation was described by Folbrot in 1941, and later discussed by Selye [5], who called it general adaptation syndrome.
It is hypothesized that brain glycogen supercompensation occurs after acute exhaustive exercise.