Prior endurance exercise attenuates growth hormone response to subsequent resistance exercise

@article{Goto2004PriorEE,
  title={Prior endurance exercise attenuates growth hormone response to subsequent resistance exercise},
  author={Kazushige Goto and Masao Higashiyama and Naokata Ishii and Kaoru Takamatsu},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={94},
  pages={333-338}
}
This study examined the influence of prior endurance exercise on hormonal responses to subsequent resistance exercise. Ten males exercised on a cycle ergometer at 50% of maximal oxygen uptake for 60 min and subsequently completed a resistance exercise (bench and leg press, four sets at ten repetitions maximum with an interset rest period of 90 s). Alternatively, the subjects performed the protocol on a separate day with prior endurance exercise limited to 5 min. Blood was obtained before and… 
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