I've always known through my expierences in sports that if there's anything to be found out about supplements (regardless of sport) one needs to ask one of their body builder (or even power lifter) friends--you guys know your **** like nobody! This is why I'm here despite my gym work focusing on completely diff. goals than most of you...any way, quick background:
I'm a male in the working world (not by choice!) who is 25yrs old. I mainly run (yes, I'm skinny, very skinny, and a giant pussy). I was fortunate enough to begin a career as a pro after college, but was an idiot and did some VERY stupidly hard training and, over the period of a year, ruined my entire body. I'll be on thyroid meds for the rest of my life and my liver, and kidneys were down to 20% function.
My testosterone level, at it's worst, was also down to 108. It's been two years off and out of the game, but I seem to be in a place where I want to begin training and give it a go again. However, in order to compete again I HAVE to be off the meds for testosterone (topical gel). I'm giving it a go coming off it and seeing if my body handles it.
THUS! I come to you guys to see if there is anything that's NOT a banned steroid (supplements, sleep patters, nutrient timing, etc.) that would help make sure I don't relapse back to such low T levels that I can no longer train effectively? Anything would be a huuuge help in helping get back on track (literally and figuratively).