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Old 08-30-2011, 07:34 AM   #93
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Originally Posted by storm1507 View Post
Can you or anyone explain more about what you mean by the bar staying in line with the forearm.
If you tilt your wrist back and have the bar high in your hand, it'll be behind your forearm. If you **** your wrist forward and keep the bar central in the hand, you'll keep the bar in line with your forearm and thus transfer more power to it. I tried to find a picture to show what I mean but I can't. If you need to, I'll take some tonight when I do speed bench.

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