Extensive workout techniques are designed to raise androgen levels in order to give you a bulking look and this will raise free testosterone levels. Men will the bodybuilder look, but unfortunate, free testosterone may get converted into DHT, hence accelerating hairloss in genetically programmed people.
Low testosterone are the major cause for the hair loss. The Low level of the Testosterone can lead to other more serious problems, such as fatigue, depression, muscle loss, area, weight gain, decreased libido and fat accumulation in the chest.
As someone who exercise a lot, I would hope and think that the small amount of hormonal increase you can get from exercising would be netted out by the other health benefits you get from it. Increased circulation and overall health.
I think yes since more testosterone is produced. I have been looking for some supplements or meds which helps. I think I will get some from Canada Pharmacy soon. Maybe something from there will help me protect the hair...