A research proved that the introduction of human growth hormone in human can increase physical performance effectively.
Online PR News – 29-June-2010 – – [Copengagen], [Denmark], [28 June 2010] - Research does reveals evidences that human growth hormone is capable of boosting athletic performance. Human growth hormone is basically a substance, whose use by athletes for the enhancement of their physical performance has been widely banned by several sports organizations, including Olympics.
"We recently carried out a research to prove the effectiveness of human growth hormones in the sphere of improvement of physical capabilities for athletes." Said director of hgh resource website hgh.info. We performed research on several recreational sportsmen, who belong to the age group ranging from 18 to 40 years. They injected the participants regularly with either saline solution or with human growth hormone shots. Out of the all participants few members were ladies while rest of them were guys. Roughly speaking about 50% of the male partakers was also given a second dose of testosterone.
At the end of the eighth week, researchers unearthed that all women and men, those who were given injections of HGH showed improvement in their physical performance. They tend to race quicker on a racing bike and also managed to lower their body fat mass at a considerable rate. Moreover, those who received a second shot of testosterone, their performance efficiency were virtually doubled.
However, the use of human growth hormone did not showed any signs of improvement on certain performances, such as aerobic skill or strength considered by the weight lifting ability and jumping potential. It also failed to increase body muscle size.
On the other hand, on account of anecdotal rumors and also sportsmen personal statements, human growth hormone is generally exploited in the field of recreational sports.
Earlier study has hinted that the use of human growth hormone can assist to lessen fat accumulation in the body and can aid the body to heal quicker from microtraumas, which are nothing but trivial harm caused to the muscles, joints or bones because of rigorous training. This sort of a kick might offer sportsmen a competitive lead in sports.
In spite of everything limited research, has been conducted, regarding whether in actuality growth hormone is able to enhance athletes’ physical performance and makes them quicker or tough.
As soon as the researchers stopped injecting HGH doses among the participants, their sprint performance restored to normal. In spite of that researchers think that HGH study has confines.
They could not confirm with assertion whether the sportsmen improved sprint potential was a consequence of HGH or a result of intense training for the complete duration of the research phase that continued for eight weeks.