OK, doubt anyone is following this anymore, but this has practically been finalized so if anyone is interested -
After an extended workup, which annoyingly led to the discovery of a couple of weird potentially autoimmune antibodies being positive (ANA and Anti-smooth muscle, both quite weak titers) and a negative liver ultrasound, my PCP recommended I see a hepatologist, which led to the greatest doctor's visit ever.
After an extended history - supplements, diet, lifestyle, etc, we got talking about working out - she was very curious as to how much I lifted, etc, and she finally decided that she thought that the AST/ALT elevations were due to my working out - AST/ALT is also in muscle, so after a hard workout, they can be mildly elevated. Anyway, kicked the door in when I got home, yelling 'guess who was officially diagnosed with being muscular.' Always wanted to reach a level of buffness that gave spurious laboratory results. (Last two sentences said in a sarcastic goofy way, lest anyone think I am being egotistical. Not sure which smilie would be most appropriate for this.