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Muscle Fibers: Individual muscle cells that band together to make up the skeletal muscles in your body. These individual cells or fibers are wrapped into tight bundles to form fascicles, which group together to form a muscle.
Type I:Slow-twitch muscle fibers contract slower and can’t generate a lot of force but fatigue at a slow rate do to a rich blood supply and high supply of mitochondria to stock the muscle with energy. This is done through pathways that require oxygen. Or aerobically —
Type II: fast-twitch muscle fibers contract quickly and with large amounts of force but have a higher fatigue rate. Fast-twitch muscle fibers are divided into two different fibers. —
Type IIa: these fibers can be fueled both aerobically and anaerobic (without oxygen), so they are like a hybrid of type 1 and Type IIb. —
Type IIb: these fibers have the highest force generating capabilities of the fiber types. They do Fatigue easily and their main source of energy is Creatine phosphate.
When training, muscle fibers are recruited based on the strength of the contraction required to do the task at hand. If your using a lower resistance and don’t need to generate much force, the body will recruit mainly slow-twitch fibers to do this task. As the resistance increase and the body needs to generate more force, it begins to recruit fast-twitch fibers due to their greater ability to generate force. Remember Muscle fibers are recruited in sequence. The body will always recruit slow-twitch muscle fibers first. This is because slow-twitch fibers are the smallest in size and have the lowest threshold for firing. If more force is required the larger, higher threshold fast-twitch muscle fibers are recruited to aid in completion of this task.
There is evidence from a study to shows that the recruitment of type II (fast twitch) muscle fibers before type I (slow twitch) but only during certain types of movements, more specifically an eccentric (muscle lengthening) contraction. But the results found evidence that this can only occur in moderate to fast contraction speeds.
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