Free Bench Press Tips

Free Bench Press Tips



I am in the process of updating a lot of my books and reports and I found an oldie but goodie that I had almost forgot about.

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Click To Download —> 7 Tips To A Bigger Bench Press

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Roman

    Great article. It is true what you said about backing off once in a while. I find this works on all exercises especially the larger compound movements. We know all that progressive weight is what counts but we all do get to a point where we get stuck at a certain weight. It has wlays worked for me to drop the weightby like 40# and then work my way up again. I soon find myself passing my previous best.
    One question which i didnt find answered was shoulder pain. I am tall, 6ft 3″ and my triceps are strong so a close grip is fine but placing my hands further apart always places a lot of strain on my shoulders. hense i have often stayed away from bench presses and have instead down dumb bell presses but i know when doing these my triceps often come into play as well.
    So i am not sure if the shoulder pain when doing bench press is something i can combat. Its not that my shoulders are weak – i think they are actually one of my stronger muscles, its just wehn doing the bench press they hurt. Maybe my elbow placement is wrong or i am lifting too high towards my face instead of mid chest – i dont know. To avoid the pain i just tend to avoid the bench press. Would like to change this though.
    Cheers for any input.
    Roman