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  1. #1 Correlation between testosterone and muscle strength 
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    It was stated, that the correlation between muscle mass and testsoterone is higher than correlation between testosterone and muscle strenght. But how strong are those correlations ?


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    Why keep asking these correlation questions? You've not had much success so far in ascertaining the information you want.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Siemowit
    It was stated
    It was stated by whom? It all sounds very mystical.

    "A wise man once stated..."

    "It is said that in the desert..."
    "First we build the tools, then they build us" - Marshall McLuhan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siemowit
    It was stated, that the correlation between muscle mass and testsoterone is higher than correlation between testosterone and muscle strenght. But how strong are those correlations ?
    Siemowit, whenever you make these threads, you must provide references to the studies or study you're talking about.

    "It was stated that..." doesn't quite cut it. We don't know who stated it; we don't know if it's true. We don't know if some layperson came up to you one day and said "did you know..."

    So, yea... provide a link, or otherwise reference the study.

    Edit: oh, and that doesn't quite cut it in English class either (passive voice).
    Whence comes this logic: no evidence = false?

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