>try to bulk slowly with 200 calorie surplus
>gain mainly fat
>try to cut with 500 calorie deficit
>mainly lose muscle and never get visible abs
Meanwhile I have friends who don't track their macros or have a routine who mog me. I got my test levels checked and they came back at 400. Do I need TRT to make gains?
Your first instinct wasnt "I must work harder"
Your first instinct was to blame something you can't control
Btw my friend got his test levels checked and he was like 1200, how do I compete with that?
It is all about hormones
Check your test and estrogen levels
If your test isn’t much higher than “normal” you need to fix that
Ideally it should 1000
You will gain muscle just by sitting at home
Keep being dyel then and enjoy counting the calories of your yoghurt
I'm a roider though, that's why I know how retarded your post actually is.
Based anabolic steroid user
Cringe legal "test boost" fad chaser
Your just a genelet, why waste your time. You will never make it.
how much protein do you consume? how much sugar? with test levels of 400 im guessing not much quality meat/vegetables and copious amounts of sugar.
i just fasted away 50 kilos, had no lose skin, then calculated maintenance of my goal weight instead of some other shit
ate 1g protein per cm bodyheight, reached 1/2/3/4 in 7 months of only doing compounds, never trained before that
reached goal weight and got stronger but now i want to lose even more weight
i completely changed my life of being a fatty for 29 years within a year
stop being a pussy op
152kg before, now 88
yeah i only really do calisthenics for lats, which i know is a meme but i can't afford going gym more than thrice a week
Do Pull Ups right after gassing out on Chin Ups, great for lats.
Nice arms bro but you need to work on lats more
Eat only a whole foods diet. Make sure that the calorie "surplus" is a protein surplus. Make sure you're pushing the weight up at a consistent rate. Spend more time outside moving around. Second, consider a low carb diet; enough carbs at the end of the day to recharge your glycogen but too little to gain sub-cutaneous or visceral fat. That way you still have the energy to consistently work out, but your nutritional intake will go no where except where it's actually needed. Also, consider figuring out what your nutritional needs with your exercise accounted for are and meet them exactly.
>enough carbs at the end of the day to recharge your glycogen
how much would that be?
Recharge your glycogen from your fat.
Check your mindset, not your t-levels brah
The fatties were (half) right all along. If you got fucked hormones you can eat all the protein you want and exercise everyday you won't gain muscle.
you train like a bitch because you're always tired, you drink 3 times a week and don't get proper sleep.
don't argue, you know it's true