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Year : 2017  |  Volume : 6  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 11-24

A Review of Maximizing Muscle Building Capabilities with Anabolic Enzymes


Department of Human Kinetics and Sports Science, University of Benin, Nigeria

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Elvis I Agbonlahor
Department of Human Kinetics and Sports Science, University of Benin
Nigeria
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Building muscle at a rate faster than the human body would under normal circumstances is of great importance in skills and activities that require intense muscular effort. Although physical training stands as the backbone of muscle building, physiological variations make it an unfair yardstick in measuring individual efforts. Other methods of muscle building such as specialised nutrition and the use of digestive enzymes in breaking down proteins for quick absorption are also commonly used together with physical training. The use of anabolic substances, however, has proved more successful than any of the aforementioned methods. Nevertheless, with it comes ethical, legal, and clinical issues especially in sports. In spite of this, athletes still find ways of circumventing test protocols which have been a major issue for the World Anti-Doping Agency. However, advancements in science have opened the doorway for anabolic enzymes which are the ultimate muscle growers to be more or less, directly manipulated. One method is gene doping which involves altering gene expressions. The future of muscle building lies in man's ability to decisively alter the functioning of these enzymes directly.


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