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Here is a simplified breakdown of 10 different studies revolving around hormone response to specific weight training. Done by some folks at the University of New Mexico. Unfortunately they don't have the cited studies available to the general public as far as I can tell.

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Oct 16, 2012
Will are you actually reading and analyzing the research studies or just copying and pasting abstracts from PubMed? kevino
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Nate,

The first article uses untrained men for their study group. So I'm not sure what you're talking about regarding expecting to see increases in untrained men, since the study came to the conclusion that they didn't.

Additionally they only used a sample size of twelve (untrained) men, which is terribly small to apply these results to a larger population, let alone a trained individual. Their exercise regiment was one arm at a time per day, which is definitely not applicable to any scenario that a person would use.
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