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Old 06-05-2012, 12:39 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by gaspers04 View Post
Really, the average joe couldnt do a true max bench 3x a week over period of time before reaching a point of counterproductive. Once again Im no expert and never will I claim to be.
True, but I just never found benching to be that taxing. (maybe because I suck at it) I could see myself over a few months working up to a daily max a few times a week with it though if I keep other pressing to a minimum.

Edit: I'm not saying it would be a great idea, but I could see it producing some gains. One might also have to think about things like elbow and shoulder sleeves.

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