You are in normal range. Your estradiol for example is in a real nice place — too little, trouble with hard-ons, too much, trouble with libido. You have a good balance. An aromatase inhibiter would push you too low.
Mgus could be right, maybe you need to take some rest and recovery days. On the otherhand, more guys cry at movies than will admit they do, so don’t worry about that.
I am sure you are aware of all the tips to increase testosterone normally. More EFA’s, lose fat, more rest, Less alcohol, etc. You have the lifting part down already. A couple links, there is more than what I quote:
10 Simple Steps to Increase your Testosterone Naturally
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1) Use compound exercises as the cornerstone of your workouts. I’m talking about the basic, bread-and-butter lifts such as squats, deadlifts, bench presses, rows, chin-ups, dips, lunges and military presses. This will place your muscles under the greatest amount of stress in the gym and will force your body to increase testosterone production.
2) Always train with 100% effort and intensity. If you want to see real muscle gains, you must be willing to push yourself to the limit in the gym. Again, greater muscular stress in the gym translates to higher testosterone output.
3) Train your legs equally as hard as your upper body. As you may already be aware, intense leg training can actually stimulate growth in your chest, back and arms. This is due in part to the increase in testosterone that leg training induces.
4) Increase your EFA consumption. Essential Fatty Acids from sources such as peanuts, avocadoes, fish and healthy oils like flax seed, olive and canola are a great way to naturally boost testosterone levels.
5) Reduce your intake of soy. Soy protein raises the body’s levels of estrogen (the main female hormone) and this has a direct negative effect on testosterone levels.
6) Limit your consumption of alcohol. Alcohol has been shown to have quite a dramatic effect on testosterone levels, so try to limit your “binge drinking” nights and keep your alcohol consumption in moderation.
7) Increase your dietary intake of cruciferous vegetables. Broccoli, cauliflower, radishes, turnips, cabbage and brussel sprouts have all been shown to dramatically reduce estrogen levels, thereby raising testosterone.
8) Lower your daily stress levels. Being overly stressed stimulates the release of “cortisol”, a highly catabolic hormone that will cause your testosterone levels to plummet.
9) Increase your sexual activity. Sexual stimulation causes the body to increase the production of oxytocin which increases endorphin production (the “feel-good” chemical), and this also raises testosterone.
10) Make sure to get adequate sleep every night. A lack of sleep contributes to cortisol production, and this will lower your testosterone levels.
13 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Testosterone Levels
By Ron Geraci, Men’s Health, December 25, 2000
I would add that you are obviously over-training. Please do not take offense, I did for years.
I think over-training can have negative effects on testosterone and estrogen levels. The other thing I would consider is little to no cardio! Ya I said it, unless you are training for a specific event, I would cut it out almost 100%. Work out hard, super-set (cycle weight training) and eat a clean diet. You will be much bigger and have more energy and look better.
Epley: “One of the things that made Nebraska successful, which is a little controversial, is running. We did not run as often or as far as a lot of people do. Sport coaches tend to overdo that. They do it for mental toughness, for whatever reason. But the way the body works and the way the game of football is played, there’s need for recovery after each play. There’s a burst during the play and then a recovery period.
I have tried tamoxifen and it works. You can get it in liquid format legally (semi).
You need to go on a good forum that knows about body building (Like iron magazine forums), you will get far less responses (may be) but you may get some help. Good luck.