The sarcoplasm - what is it?

The sarcoplasm - what is it?
The sarcoplasm is the fluid surrounding the myofibrils in the muscles and is a source of energy. It contains enzymes, ATP, glycogen, creatine phosphate and water.
Sarcoplasmic hypertrophy generally occurs as well as myofibrillar. The body in the recovery period after the depletion of your energy reserves, "offset oversized" lost. Thus, the increased amount of energy reserves such as ATP and glycogen in order to prevent their fast depletion.
The increase in the size of blood vessels that are delivering blood to the muscles, can also be included in sarcoplasmic hypertrophy. This phenomenon is often called capillarization.
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