I have a question! As far as I understand it, the reason for why fat and overfed people are stronger than skinny people is because they have a high carbohydrate intake which leads to high glycogen levels which makes you recover better and get more energy left which in turn leads to better synthesis of new muscle. High glycogen levels also leads to high water levels which gives you better leverages.
In other words:
Overfed state -> Stronger
High carbohydrate intake -> High glycogen levels
High glycogen levels -> High water levels -> Good leverages
High glycogen levels -> Better recovered and more energy left -> Better synthesis of new muscle tissue
Now, my question is this: That energy that is consumed and which directly leads to higher glycogen levels, does it matter if it is from carbs or could it be other kind of energy? Basically, my question is, if you know how many calories you need, does it matter for the glycogen levels whether it is from carbs or any other energy source? Do you increase glycogen levels as much for every calorie on other calories than carb calories?
I hope that my question was clear. Thank you so much for answers!