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Prior Training Can Accelerate Muscle Growth Even After Extended Idleness: Study - Ani English

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A new study found that skeletal muscles in mice appear to "remember" prior training, aiding muscle growth and adaptability when retrained through exercise. According to a report by the American Psychological Association, 42 percent of American adults reported unintended weight gain since the COVID-19 pandemic began, averaging about 29 pounds.

For those who are still struggling to get back on track with their exercise routine, there is encouraging news: new research from the University of Arkansas indicates that prior training of muscles can accelerate muscle growth and response even after extended idleness. Getting back what ...