Are you confused about what really matters once it comes to your Bench Press technique and successive progress?
Who are you listening to for advice, bodybuilders, powerlifters or do you count on those glossy magazines?
Dr. Layne Norton is a strong and well educated athlete. Layne practises what he preaches, and have made a killer guide on how to bench press.
Do you want to get bigger and stronger?
Do you want the complete guide on how to bench press like a pro?
Soak up all the proven tips and techniques, on how to bench press, in this article, and complementary Video, and you’ll be well on your way to a bigger and stronger bench press, lift like the pro’s!
Complete Guide On How To Bench Press…
The bench press is one of the most important upper-body exercises in your movement toolkit. Not only is it crucial for upper-body muscular development, but it’s an exceptional strength builder. Many people think the bench press is just a chest exercise, but I’m here to tell you that your triceps, shoulders, back, and even your glutes are involved. It’s a complex movement that can be disastrous if you get it wrong.
If you’ve been doing the bench press without being too concerned about how you’re doing it, it might be time for you to take a step back and focus on improving your technique. Seven years ago, I tore my right pec while bench pressing incorrectly. I’ll tell you right now, it sucked.
Since then, I’ve spent a lot of years learning how to incorporate the correct muscle groups and focus on the proper execution of the movement itself. After learning how to improve my bench mechanics, not only did the movement become safer, but my numbers got a lot better.
So, if you’re ready to get bigger and stronger, watch the video. In it, I detail what I’ve learned from technique experts like Ben Esgro, Dr. Mike Zourdos and USAPL World Team head coach Matt Gary so you, too, can bench like the pros.
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Otherwise, time to improve on your bench press technique!
Only practise makes perfect!
Author: Layne Norton, PhD
Read Layne’s full article here: BodyBuilding.com