- A quick introduction to Bench Press
- Some FAQ related to Bench Press
- Step-by-step guide on doing Bench Press with proper form
- Bench Press Alternatives
- Bench Press Variations
- Bench Press Workout
Bench Press Introduction:-
Do you touch chest when bench pressing?
》Obviously, you should touch chest when benching with bar. The Botton Portion of bench press is where your pecs gets most of the works. If you don’t touch your chest with the bar, it ends up giving you comparatively less amount of work. It might be difficult for some poeples to press/push from such conditions but it can be done by decreasing the weight.
How wide should bench-press grip be?
How to do bench press with proper form?
- Setup:- Lie on the bench together with your eyes beneath the bar. carry your chest and squeeze your shoulder-blades. Feet flat on the ground.
- Grab the bar:- place your pinkie on the ring marks of your bar. Hold the bar within the base of your palm with a full grip and straight wrists.
- Unrack:- Take an enormous breath and unrack the bar by straightening your arms. Move the bar over your shoulders together with your elbows fastened.
- Lower the bar:- Lower it to your mid-chest whereas tucking your elbows 75°. Keep your forearms vertical. Hold your breath at rock bottom.
- Press:- Press the bar from your mid-chest to higher than your shoulders. Keep your butt on the bench. Lock your elbows at the highest. Breathe.
Remember, breathe out forcefully through the sticking point. As you press up, think about throwing the bar back. The bar should move in a slight arch or "reverse J" pattern.