Exercise 'trumps testosterone therapy’ for improved vascular function in older men

And adding testosterone to aerobic and strength training won't give them an edge, study finds

Exercise is far more effective at improving vascular function in middle-aged and older men than testosterone treatment, an Australian study shows.

The finding suggests that although advancing age and low testosterone levels are both associated with endothelial dysfunction in men, exogenous testosterone is unlikely to reverse this decline, the researchers say.

The study is one of the few designed to assess the combined impact of testosterone and exercise on measures of vascular health and suggested “caution