I am on Zuclopenthixol, a second-generation dopamine agonist and I can tell you if you are someone is easily addicted to activities, it will help you tremendously by giving you a knock-out punch for a week that you will gradually overcome with sheer discipline and mental strength and make you more sensitive to your workouts, in terms of receiving the dopamine influx.
It deals with aggression management and while it seems like a Joker card in terms of its effects on your workouts, I can tell you testosterone is harnessed from the effects of dopamine so you are not really dealing with the end-products of what you want to see.
Want to feel fitter and more mentally aroused, up your levels of dopamine instead. Try depleting yourself of dopamine first. You will focus on the right processes of boosting dopamine levels and come up with better routines for this task and soon you’ll be less reliant on testosterone supplements.
It always happens. Doc returns with a failed report of T-levels and people start panicking and overdose on T (though in your case, you’re not). Instead, challenge yourself by subtracting your total testosterone levels and use more physical and mental energy to replenish it. Soon, it becomes a lifestyle change and better yet, when you finally use the testosterone supplements, it will work wonders for you.
I am basically questioning the mathematics of this approach by using a philosophic method. Is it sustainable, is it methodologically-proven even and is it cost-effective?
Try it, dopamine systems are sensitive. Once deprived of it, you will grow to appreciate what you have when you exercise. The mind is stronger than the body. Pull nutrients towards you, don’t push the right stuff out with flawed protocols.