2017.08.31 CSCS Daily Study Question:
Which muscle fiber type has lower capacity for aerobic energy supply ?
(A) Type I
(B) Type II
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(B) Type II
Type I muscle fibers are “slow-twitch” and have higher resistance to fatigue due to higher capacity for aerobic energy supply.
Type II muscle fibers are “fast-twitch” and have higher capacity for rapid force generation, and lower resistance to fatigue due to greater anaerobic energy supply.
Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning 3rd Edition p. 9-10
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2017.08.31 CSCS Daily Study Question