Six weeks of conditioning exercise increases total, but not free testosterone in lifelong sedentary aging men
One session of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) every 5 days, improves muscle power but not static balance in lifelong sedentary ageing men : A randomized controlled trial
Exercise training improves free testosterone in lifelong sedentary aging men
High intensity interval training (HIIT) improves resting blood pressure, metabolic (MET) capacity and heart rate reserve without compromising resting myocardial function in sedentary aging men
Age related vascular endothelial function following lifelong sedentariness: positive impact of cardiovascular conditioning without further improvement following low frequency high intensity interval training
The effects of a formal exercise training programme on salivary hormone concentrations and body composition in previously sedentary aging men
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