Larry Wheels announces a one rep max challenge for next month.
Popular strength athlete Larry wheels recently revealed that he will be doing a one rep max bench press challenge while on strictly testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). The popular strength athlete made the announcement in a recent post to social media. In that post Larry Wheels also hit a 465lb bench press for five reps and made it look easy.
These days so many individuals are utilizing TRT in their training. There are multiple different reasons for why men are taking TRT. For some individuals, they may have a reach an advanced age where their testosterone production has diminished to the point that they aren’t able to train in the way they used to in their youth. Another reason many utilize TRT is the fact that having used anabolic steroids in the past, their testosterone levels have been affected, and hence they use the therapy to give themselves a boost.
Larry Wheels decided to test his strength while on TRT and while there may be a bit of a difference in strength it’s not a tremendous discrepancy. Still putting up some impressive numbers in training, Larry intends to see just how strong he is while using solely TRT.
While the other performance enhancing substances he’s taken in the past has aided in his recovery, Larry Wheels still needed to put in work in order to obtain his immense strength. Having been on solely TRT for three months now, it appears that he’s ready to put his body to the test.
Crushing 465Lb Bench Press
In a recent social media post Larry Wheels announced that he’d be testing his one rep max while on TRT alone. In the post he is also performing an impressive 465lb bench press and makes it look easy.
465×5. Testing my TRT 1RM in a month. What do you think it will be?
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Where other performance enhancing substances were once apart of his routine, Larry Wheels is looking to see how viable his strength is now that he’s only using TRT. From the looks of things he’s doing just fine.
What do you think of Larry Wheels and his TRT journey so far?
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