so far this is the best resource I have found. The utilization of intramuscular fat stores is different for men and women. There may be a connection between insulin resistance and IMTG stores. Endurance trained athletes have high stores of IMTG but remain insulin sensitive. Individuals with type 2 diabetes may also have high amounts of IMTG. The factors that control IMTG accumulation and use remain controversial and in some cases unproven. More research is needed to shed light on the subject. Some sources suggest that utilizing fast twitch muscle fibers(sustaining exercise at 50-70% of maximum intensity) will stimulate more use and in turn more accumulation of intramuscular fat.
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In laymans terms fat yields are stored according to each individual, their ethnicity
their diet and actiivity level. skeletal fat stores in the intramuscular burn efficiently with resistance work activity, while subq fat stores easier with dairy consumption and lowering intake of high fat dairy will thin the skin, giving a leaner appearance. Visceral however affects organs and needs to be controlled not only by diet, but also by increasing cardio and resistance training moderatly and increase vo2, suggesting the utilization of type 1a aand type 11b fibers along with 11b for ultimate muscle requitment, caloric expenditure aiding in fastest result for fat loss percentage.
Triglycerides are stored variously throughout the body. The primary storage in in adipose cells. But, of course, there is some stored in intramuscular tissue. The biochemistry of fatty acid metabolism is the same no matter the storage site. Ultimately the fatty acid must be carried into the target cell–muscle cell, myocardial cell, nerve cell (brain)–to enter into the mitochondrial TCA (Krebs) cycle metabolic chemistry to produce ATP.