@Cranck How long have you been lifting? I dont feel fatigue/depression either. however, sometimes i have hard time get aroused but maybe it's all in my head or maybe is because i haven't fapped in 90 days and probably iam on flatline.
Iam gonna email you soon enough to get that Research
Also, in the morning i always wake up qwith crazy mood like i want to dance, with other words i feel just fine, iam gonna have my blood test once again because my endo said my results is surely false because i had my blood tested at 8"00 p.m and it suggested that i go early morning between 8:00-10:00 to get the most accurate results.
In my previous test i had pretty low testosterone and my Free testosterone was pretty High which he told me it's impossible to have low total test and High Free test, so he thinks that my results wash't accurate so he had me to hit the labs one more time.
I always liked cardio especially running on football field but i ripped my shoes off and iam waiting my NEW shoes to start again i always felt good after a good jogging+short burst sprint (15-30 seconds) i have heard it can boost yout teststerone.
anyway iam being off topic! Peace brah and have hope that's the only thing we got at this point!`
I'm afraid I wouldn't count on exercise as a cure. Without being too cocky, I probably do more sport than 99.99% of the population. As I've mentioned before on this thread, I was a national level swimmer doing about 20-30 hours training per week up until 17 when overuse shoulder injuries hampered my progress. I've been lifting weights since 14/15 years old (7-8 years in total now) 2-3x per week these days alongside about 10-16 hours of MMA per week. In regards to manipulating hormones with training;
i) Testosterone = heavy weights long rest periods, only 2 exercise have been shown to boost testosterone. Deadlifts and Squats, they stimulate more muscle mass than any other exercise. Keep the reps to about 4-6 and keep the rest at 2 minutes minimum. Maximal effort activities that incorporate a large amount of muscle like sprinting as you mentioned will also boost test.
ii) Human Growth Hormone (HGH) = Full body circuits, moderate rest periods is your best bet. Bit like crossfit. HGH production is tied to lactic acid production, the more lactic acid you can get flowing the more HGH you'll pump out.
Personally these days I incorporate a bit of everything into my training. Example;
i) 5 sets of 5 reps Deadlifts
ii) 2-3 other exercises which assist in improving the deadlift (eg. hamstring raises, back extensions, shrugs)
iii) High intensity circuit that stresses the anaerobic system and produces a lot of lactic acid.
iv) 15-30mins steady-state rowing/cycling (traditional 'cardio').
In the end, any exercise is better than none!
There is some dietary manipulations that can alter hormones slightly, but exercise is the biggest predictor of large acute changes in hormones. Prolonged resistance training has been shown to cause chronic changes in anabolic hormones, but sadly that doesn't mean accutane side effects are lessened. Case in point being myself -_-
The only diet I have ever found to work for my acne is ketogenic paleo, google 'dietary cure for acne' it's a book by Dr. Loren Cordain one of the pioneering authors of the paleo movement if you will.
I have to say though, if you're already consider yourself a lethargic individual by nature it's not easy. I did it for 3 months and my skin was pretty much flawless, however trying to do several hours of sports on <30-50g of carbs/day is miserable. Also I've found Dan's skin care regime on this website to be amazing I wish I had tried it pre-accutane which has f**ked me over to no end. If you can afford it get the whole set, my skin isn't perfect these days but it's close to it and that it doesn't even bother me anymore.