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    I dont think so

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    I had no idea about this. Thanks for sharing!

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    At times when I was largest, hitting the most in the gym, I feel I had accelerated my hair loss... can't get a win, huh!

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    It is not only muscle of the legs that can make you increase the testo . Any form of sport can increase the testo when you play sports but it is only temporary. Intensive practice increases only 20 % Testo .Then returns to normal at the rest

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    No this is not true. If you take proper diet along with this squatting and deadlifts then you may never face this problem. However, it can cause a testosterone problem etc.

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    Definitely not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blondetooth View Post
    No. It’s not the amount of testosterone or DHT—it’s the sensitivity of your hair follicles. That sensitivity is determined by genetics. The AR gene makes the receptor on hair follicles that interacts with testosterone and DHT. If your receptors are particularly sensitive, they are more easily triggered by even small amounts of DHT, and hair loss occurs more easily as a result.

    Actually working out and being healthy will result is better health, skin, bones, and hair.
    This is sooooo TRUE. Whoever told you that compound exercices like squatting/deadlifting/benchpressing/pull ups may cause hair loss was playing with your "ignorance" on the hair loss theme.

    By the same rule, they could have told you also that since those compound exercises are so demandative on the nervous system it causes a general fatigue that thinners your hair... another epic bullsh*t.

    Please just check for real case studies based on SCIENCE, there are several on the internet. And stop believing everything that you see or heard on the internet/people that is not scientifically funded.

    Cheers mate,
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