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Old 09-04-2011, 09:38 AM   #31
BendtheBar
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I understand now. I have always benched with benches that are a little too high so when I try to go flat footed I feel awkward.

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Thing is, I do feel my bench reps are 'better' now than last year with the same weight if that makes sense.
Absolutely. In 2007 I was still using a bodybuilder style bench. I keep working on form and I feel the same way you do. My bench strength is weakening with age but I feel my reps are better.
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