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Fast vs Slow How good are you?
SLOW Fibers = Endurance FAST Fibers = Expolsive
Meat 1. Light meat versus dark meat?
Contractions 2. Powerful contractions versus steady contractions.
Respiration 3. Anaerobic versus Aerobic
Mitochondria 4. Lots versus little.
Fluid 5. Less blood supply versus highly vascular.
Energy 6. Use Glycogen versus use fat.
Review SLOW –Dark meat –Endurance –Steady –Aerobic –Lots of mito. –More vascular –Use Fat FAST –White meat –Explosive –Powerful Burts –Anaerobic –Little Mito. –Less Blood –Use Glycogen
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