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Old 05-11-2012, 01:01 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Did floor presses for the first time yesterday and have a few general questions.

--Where does your floor press strength fall in comparison to your flat bench strength?

--Do you floor press knees up and use any drive?

--Do you bring elbows all the way down, or is it more of a touch and go?
1. A floor press starting point, you no longer use your Lats like you do on a normal press.

2. Thats a personal choice, I used to do them up and feet flat.

3. Down as far as my Tri's allow me to go.

Floor presses are a great tool to break threw a mid press sticky spot.
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