The Importance that Genetics Has on Muscle Development

How many times it has happened to us a training partner to increase your muscle volume faster than us doing the same exercise and even less. This upsets us enough, since often relate to the amount of exercise and the weight that we raise with hypertrophy, when actually What determines our muscle volume is genetics and the type of muscle fibers that we have.

The muscles are formed by fibers What are that grow and manage to give each of them their characteristic volume. Every person this number of fibers and its concentration is different, so the muscle growth will depend on that precisely.

All we we have put endless training sessions on one occasion trying to increase our muscle mass forced rhythms and seem any stronger than US partner. In many cases never we got it, what has made us give up training and throwing in the towel. This is more common than we think, but it is something to which we have not to pay attention, since our muscular development is entirely determined by Genetics.

Muscles are composed of thousands of fibers which are which make up the tissue that we know as a whole as muscle. These fibers are divided into two types, those of slow twitch, known as Red or type I fibers and those of fast-twitch or also known as White type II fibers, both make up muscle tissue and are in charge of these increased its size through exercise.

Specifically the fibers having more to do with the increase in muscle volume are the of fast-twitch, since they adapt better to the impulses that received through the exercise, and therefore they have easier to grow. The amount of white fibers that we have is determined genetically. For this reason people containing a greater number of this type of fibers are more easily when it comes to increase the volume of your muscles.

It is important that we have this in mind when it comes to getting a good hypertrophy, since not everything is exercise and hard work, because the genetic benefits have much to do in our muscular development. This is why many people with less effort will get better results than other working much more. For this reason we must not discourage, but that we simply train at our pace and noticing we do properly each and every one of the exercises to tone the muscles properly.

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