Short term effects of testosterone and cortisol for athletic performance: Part II

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Neil Shanks with Allan Macdonald

As discussed in the first part of this article, the role of testosterone and cortisol has significant effects on sporting performance and achievement. The aim of Part II is to discuss the applied strategies that can be used to ensure the best hormonal environment both in training and prior to sporting competition, in order potentially to achieve peak performance.

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