Exercise and Muscle Signaling Pathways and Human Athletic Performance

Recent molecular studies reveal intricate cellular networks that affect exercise performance and health

Skeletal muscle can change based on exercise, improving performance. Factors like training type, volume, intensity, and frequency matter, but people respond differently. Molecular techniques show complex cellular networks in muscle training. This review explores how exercise affects cell signaling proteins and discusses the impact of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species. It compares resistance and endurance training responses and links molecular markers to actual performance. Understanding these mechanisms can improve personalized training for better health and performance.

Exercise-induced skeletal muscle signaling pathways and human athletic performance – ScienceDirect