Does working legs increase test?

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  1. Damn it Bobby

    Damn it Bobby .

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    For example, if one were to only work upper body. Person B would work legs too, and his upper body would be bigger than Person A.


    Is this true? I've heard it does, but only a very miniscule (and insignificant) amount
     
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    Damn it Bobby .

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    oh and i'm looking for a reference to a study too if you hve one
     
  3. SteveO

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    heavy compound movements have been shown to release trace amounts of gh. Very minimal and probably has no effect
     
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    heavy amounts of stress on the body such as squats/deadlifts results in an androgen response. (my doc)
     
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    well i mean doesnt working out in general do that? so if you're only working out half your body, as opposed to all of your body, wouldnt you get better results from full body?
     
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    Damn it Bobby .

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    i don't know, that's why I made this thread
     
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    just do the right thing.

    work out your legs.
     
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