If you stick to a crappy lifting routine and diet 99% of the time, your results are still shitty. I've always been more focused on strength so my diet isn't strict. I have no problems drinking two glasses of whole milk with protein powder and 2 pop tarts for breakfast. I'd rather eat like shit and eat enough to get strong than try to eat 4000 calories of steamed broccoli and chicken breast and not eat enough to get to my goals.
I don't chase size and strength at the same time. I chase strength and size comes as a bonus.
It seems because your plan has failed that you have to blame your genetics. I'm not saying what the problem is or what it isn't. I'm just saying stop making excuses. When I first started benching I was benching less than some girls in my gym (95 pounds).
Cowboy up and good luck.
I don't have a crappy routine or diet. I know an amateur bodybuilder and even train with him from time to time. I know what I'm doing.
You don't think I've tried to bulk before? I was taking in 3k calories from oats, chicken, salmon, brown rice, protein powder, and flank steak. I was around 190lbs then. I have pictures of myself too. I was retaining water like it was my job and getting my love handles back. Eating enough is not my problem. I've had a carb up day a few times where I would down an entire box of cereal (2000 calories) and still be fucking hungry as a mother fucker. I've also had my very few times that I've ate until I felt sick to my stomach. I can very easily put down probably 10,000 calories in a day man.
There is no way to know if you were low before, but honestly you are not describing real effects of low test and high estrogen in younger patients. Just not that you couldn't build some muscle or your families fat.
I'm not going to describe my personal problems on this forum.
Doesn't seem like you're that bad off to me; you've got a 245lb bench and have lost 70 lbs in 2.5 years, that's great! Some people are SLOW GAINERS!! I am too, it's rough, but just stick to your guns! Oh yeah, and you really can't say that you're more serious than 99% of the people on this site...many guys have been training longer than you've been alive!
There is no advice we can you now, Obnoxious. Just listen to your doctor, make sure he is aware of all the chemicals you've put into your body. Good luck to you bro.
My doctor isn't interested in my testosterone levels. He's worried about my Creatinine levels. I told him that I take Creatine, and I knew my Creatinine levels were going to be high. He just wants me to come in non-fasted and take another test for it. He even told me that the best way to take your test levels is fasted first thing in the morning, which is what I did. If he wanted to retest me for my test levels, I would have to do the same thing.
but you were like 14 or 15? A lot of people dont make good gainz at that age. I lifted like a mad man when i was 14 and 15 but didnt put on much weight at all...
I started at 15. When I turned 17 I was still natural. I barely even looked like I stepped foot into a gym for over a month, and probably not following a bb'ers diet.