- Jul 29, 2014
It could be that you are doing a lot of intensity training and over training. I just don't know how you train. I mean, you can do supersets without taxing yourself too much or you can really get into supersets that wipe you out. The level of intensity I put into each exercise I couldn't do it. I would be overtrained in a couple weeks.
Starting up some test should help. I don't think you need 400 mg a week. I would shoot for more of a TRT dose at 200 mg a week or even 250 mg a week and see how that goes. If it is prop you should start feeling better fairly quickly, enth and cyp will take longer, but I prefer them for TRT.
The weight loss and lethargy are side effects as a result front surgery a few months ago. With the sudden weight drop in a few days, my body shut itself down because it knew a drastic change in diet was coming. When I was able to return to working out, I resumed the way I was training (hypertrophic/pre-exhaustive) pre-surgery and when I started up with trainer again last month; the lack of communication and under between us, coupled with complacency to what we were doing before only tore my body and joints further. My coach says my tendons and ligaments atrophied as a result of the drastic weight loss and I was wearing myself down in the process.
We modified training last night and it was a good session. We are going to focus on linear training and basic intensity.
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