How To Improve Your Bench Press (Weight Training)
Here are pointers from a personal trainer on how to improve your bench press quickly and quite easily. My name is Nick Mitchell. I'm a personal trainer in London. I own a gym called Ultimate Performance and here in this gym, we train everybody from pop stars ad soap stars to professional athletes and lots and lots of regular people in the art and science of body composition. So, legs tight, I'm going to take about a shoulder width grip, a biacromial width grip on the bar. Tuck my feet behind my knees, squeeze my glutes; ideally, you get a liftoff and you push your shoulders back and down. Now, what you don't do is bring it down and bounce it off the chest like that. Do not overly rotate the upper arm. Tuck the arm in. If you punch somebody like this, you're not going to generate as much power as you could punch somebody like this because you've got stable shoulder joints. Don't look up the bar. If you look up the bar, you tend to push the bar away from you. You be proud.
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