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Old 11-13-2009, 10:34 PM   #19
Bodybygamma
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To get a true idea of a 1 rep max you have to prepare yourself for it ahead of time with partial movements. If you couldn't do 400lbs to a 3 board chances are you won't do it off your chest, I am not knocking you in any means 315 for 10 is more then I can do on the bench. Try hitting 400 from some partial movements to get an idea of how it will feel of your cns and where your sticking point is. Also no need to jump so far ahead, if the most you ever benched was 365 go for 375 and make steady gains. No need to rush yourself.You gave me a great idea for an article ! Good luck on your pursuit!
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