Michael Roberts; Marni Boppart; Troy Hornberger; Martino Franchi
Learn about recent advances in our understanding of how mechanotransduction and mTORC1 signaling are affected with mechanical overload, as well as how regional differences in skeletal muscle hypertrophy occur with different modes of exercise.
- Gain an appreciation of the role of integrin signaling in response to muscle contractions (Boppart lecture);
- Be introduced to molecular techniques that will provide researchers with more insight as to how skeletal muscle hypertrophy occurs in response to mechanical overload (Hornberger lecture); and
- Understand the differential adaptations that occur due to concentric versus eccentric contractions (Franchi lecture).
This course includes an online video from ACSM’s Integrative Physiology of Exercise Conference and corresponding online evaluations. All course content will be presented to you electronically after your purchase. To earn your CECs, you must view the course content and complete the evaluation.
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