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3a Addendum: training van spieren

  • Koos van Nugteren
Part of the Orthopedische Casuïstiek book series (OPC)

Samenvatting

Spieren kunnen zich uitstekend aanpassen aan verandering van omstandigheden. Als spieren niet gebruikt worden gaan zij hypotrofiëren. Als spieren getraind worden op het leveren van kracht hypertrofiëren zij.

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