Training Induced Hormone Levels

Did you know exercise-induced endogenous hormone levels have been studied extensively? Researchers have examined how the different components of training including sets, repetitions, load and rest intervals affect serum levels of hormones such as testosterone, growth hormone, and cortisol. Many studies have demonstrated there is an acute increase in serum levels of anabolic hormones after intense resistance exercise. To be more specific, high-intensity exercise coupled with short rest intervals that is performed with large muscle groups are associated with significant rises in these hormones when compared to other training methods. Conversely, training small muscle groups like the biceps has

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