Testosterone injections should never be used by anyone who does not have a physiological need for this treatment. Raising any hormone level higher than its ideal state can cause serious side effects, as well as throw other hormone levels out of balance. A man who has low-tested levels of testosterone, but does not have any of the symptoms of this condition will not need to receive any type of treatment. Conversely, one whose levels are in the normal to low range but is exhibiting symptoms would be considered a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy.
hey ali, been following ur blog for sometime now. have to say it is one of the best out there. congrats, great job done! wanted ur opinion on a quick thing. am in the process of a body recomp, trying to cut fat & put on muscle at the same time. doing IF on 3 cutting days, eating below maintenance calories, adding a quick HIIT sprint routine. on 3 bulking days – doing a 14 hour IF instead of 16 hrs, no cardio, strength training, + eating above maintenance calories and proteins. focusing on compound movements in the strength training (low reps high weight). how does this look to you? the progress is painfully slow. extremely slow results. but 2 months into it now & can see fat getting cut and muscle getting added. what would u change in this?