In the First Few Seconds
Your muscles start using adenosine triphosphate (ATP), energy molecules your body makes from food.
That burst of power you feel? It’s ATP converting into another high-powered molecule, adenosine diphosphate (ADP). Muscle cells, expert recyclers, will turn ADP back into ATP after the initial surge.
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Training Journal – 6/28/12:
- Current plan: Half-marathon program
- Today’s session: 7 mi easy @ 9:19
- Comments: I did 7.2 @ 8:41
I guess swimming is similar?
I’m not a swimmer, but I would think so… (thanks for stopping by!)