Originally Posted by Gustafsson Fan
Well, low testosterone is typical in men that are older, has a high amount of body fat and low amount of exercise.
The contrary is elite athletes with muscular bodies below age of 40.
Did you just call me fat?
Seriously though you are correct. The first thing the doctor ordered me to do was lose some weight to see if that resolved it. I have lost over 50 pounds and now weight 175lbs at 5'8, not ideal but within an acceptable range and my T didn't change. My doc tells me he sees this all the time in older men who are reporting problems having children and often times losing some weight and increasing exercise tends to resolve the issue.