“It didn’t look like they would approve it, so I just quit taking the testosterone. I stopped about six to eight weeks out,” Henderson explained. “I was told by my doctor that wouldn’t be a problem at all. I wasn’t using that much, anyway.”
“I didn’t feel too big of a difference. I was a little tired here and there, but that’s not too different from all my other training camps,” he continued, comparing his level of fitness with TRT to that without. “My last couple camps, I’ve been having some problems with my chest, some asthma. As a kid, I had exercise-induced asthma, and I felt the testosterone made a difference there. But who knows?
“It’s hard to tell. I never noticed a huge difference. I just know my doctor says it’s healthier for me. I know I was getting sick less often when taking TRT, and I seemed to have more energy,” he added. “A lot of people seem to think if you’re on TRT, it’s like a wonder drug and you’re automatically going to win fights, or you don’t have to work hard. But I work my ass off with or without it.”