Becoming Unapologetically Powerful: 3 Tips for a Stronger Bench Pressby Jennifer Blake
I’ll be totally honest with you: I love the bench press. Yes, I also love to squat and deadlilft (hello big plates and big buns!) but the bench press snags me in a very specific way. In my opinion, it’s a lift that puts just as much, if not more, emphasis on technique as it does on raw strength: a lifter can often muster through an ugly deadlift or even squat, but if your bench press execution is off-kilter, your chances of missing the lift are very, very good.
So far we’ve talked about hand and foot position for the bench press, and today’s vid is all about layering in more nuance to bring it all together. (Because I’m determined to get you all on Team Bench Press, OK?) Give “3 Tips for a Stronger Bench Press” a watch and leave any questions or comments below. Enjoy!
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