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Unread 12-08-2015, 01:56 AM
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Default Hyperplasia In Humans: Worth Worrying About?

What is everyone's knowledge regarding hyperplasia in humans.

I've seen the research done on birds with weighted wings etc.

Seeing it is possible for it to occur in humans either by satellite cell proliferation or fiber splitting.

Do you believe utilizing different types of methods such as Blood Flow Restriction, Myo-Reps, Loaded/Weighted Stretching may further benefit this from happening.

Not sure the validity of those modalities with satellite cell activation.

Just seeing what people's thoughts regarding hyperplasia.

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Unread 12-08-2015, 08:42 AM
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If it happens, it's still a MINOR contributor to the overall growth response, happens when it happens and isn't worth worrying about. You're not making it happen and it's such a small contributor to the total, I think it's a misguided thing to focus on.
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Yeah. Makes sense.

Only thing I was thinking about. Was the possibility of hyperplasia happening isn't that big of a deal.
But if in those new muscle fibers, you could hypertrophy them as well.
If that makes sense.

Like you said. Don't really have control of making it happen unless you wanna be stretched out for months at a time :/
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Yes, that would be the point. Make new fibers which can then become bigger.

Read my original response again now.
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