Growth hormone and testosterone elevation not necessary for hypertrophy & strength

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    Growth hormone and testosterone elevation not necessary for hypertrophy & strength by Anthony Roberts A study has recently been published, which indicates that (transient) exercise-induced changes in growth hormone and testosterone are neither necessary or sufficient to increase size and strength. What this means, is that the testosterone/GH elevation you get from a hard workout [...]

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    i didn't think it did. just helps. but at the most basic level increasing muscle and strength involves tearing muscle down and building it back up. would require work/stress and proteins. but wouldnt require testosterone for GH

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