BODYBUILDING PEPTIDES FOR MUSCLE GROWTH
Muscular size and strength can be modified by making improvements to the neurological control of the muscle cells.
Muscle growth and the improvement of neurological control
Intense strength training is one strategy that significantly improves neurological control. By doing strength training on a frequent basis, the high-intensity repetition of a movement leads, to changes in the nerve connections and activation thresholds. Most bodybuilders know that by triggering mechanical and metabolic stress, they can expect to see an increase in muscle growth. This muscle growth occurs mostly through the enhanced production of extra contractile proteins within the muscle cells. This is otherwise known as muscle hypertrophy. An increase in the number of muscle cells can also be expected. This is referred to as muscle hyperplasia. THE STRUCTURE OF MUSCLE CELLS Muscle cells. They are among the largest individual cells that are found in the body. Containing mesh-like proteins that can slide past each other, the result is a shortening of the muscle cell (fibre). When you consider the size of a muscle cell, there needs to be an adequate supply of nuclei containing the DNA code to support cellular functions.
THE BENEFITS OF PEPTIDES VERSUS STEROIDS FOR MUSCLE GROWTH
The growth of new muscle cells, i.e. increasing the number of muscle cells, results in greater:
- Sculpted Muscle
- High-quality muscle
- Lean muscle mass
Steroids increase the size of one’s current muscle cells, resulting in:
- Increased bulk
- Less definition and shred
- Low quality, artificial, temporary muscle