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Old 05-31-2012, 05:25 AM   #647
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
Good observation J, I agree with that. Elbows can easily be over-tucked for a raw bench especially with those with long(er) limbs.

It's just a matter of making sure you keep your line as you Bench, elbows a little less tucked means the bar touches the chest higher up and too far up can cause issues.
Its good to know I'm not just clutching at straws . Not entirely sure what I'd class my arm length as, maybe on the longer side but that's only a guess.

I'll see how it feels with the raw stuff next week as the sling has a big effect on the tuck to start with anyway.
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