Year of Publication

2004

Date of Thesis

09-2004

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science

Department

Exercise and Sport Sciences

Subject Categories

Androstenedione -- Physiological effect; Androstenedione -- Psychological aspects; Older athletes -- Physiology; Testosterone -- Physiological effect

Abstract

The primary purpose of this study, therefore, was to determine if androstenedione supplementation alters testosterone in older men, who have lower natural testosterone levels than younger counterparts. A secondary purpose was to determine if the supplement altered mood, perceived exertion, or testosterone levels with exercise.

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