Dihydrotestosterone is elevated following sprint exercise in healthy young men.

  title={Dihydrotestosterone is elevated following sprint exercise in healthy young men.},
  author={Alan A Smith and Rebecca J Toone and O Peacock and Scott Drawer and Keith A Stokes and C Cook},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  volume={114 10},
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) exerts both functional and signaling effects extending beyond the effects of testosterone in rodent skeletal muscle. As a primer for investigating the role of DHT in human skeletal muscle function, this study aimed to determine whether circulating DHT is acutely elevated in men following a bout of repeat sprint exercise and to establish the importance of training status and sprint performance to this response. Fourteen healthy active young men (Vo2max 61.0 ± 8.1 ml·kg… CONTINUE READING
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