Bench. Saturday , February 03rd , 2018 - 09:00:31 AM
No matter what foot placement you choose to use, it must satisfy a few important criteria. First, your feet must be positioned relative to your torso in such a way that you are stable (not wobbling from side to side) even when handling weights that are at or above your max bench press. Second, you need to position your feet so that you can drive through your heals when you press. This does not mean that your heals need to be in contact with the floor, but that you can deliberately push them downward. Finally, you must position your feet in a way that does not place too much strain on your hips. You may or may not use a super-wide foot placement, but you must make sure your hips can handle using this setup set after set, week after week, without getting too hurt to squat or train legs.
The first step towards getting a bigger bench is to train for a bigger bench. This may seem obvious, and it is obvious, but the most basic principles of weight lifting have been overshadowed by fads, perfect pushup infomercials, and improper information. Getting a bigger bench is simple, and it requires one relatively easy step: train like a powerlifter.
Blast Your Bench program promises to add 50 lbs to your bench. And to make it even more amazing claim, you should be able to do so in just 3 short weeks. Sounds too good to be true, doesnt it?
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