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Old 12-28-2012, 01:26 AM   #45
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Originally Posted by BigManBigLiftin View Post
it helps build different parts of your bench press. A one board is actually harder for me than a full range press....two and three boards can hammer your lockout as well as help you handle more weight to be more confident with your full range pressing.. perhaps this is only one or a couple persons thinking. however I know around the 3board range is where i lost my final attempt - don't get me wrong I do not think this is a replacement for full range. I don't think they're nearly as useful as in geared lifting but can still be implemented with great success...not a replacement at all for full range just a simple training tool
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