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Old 11-11-2009, 07:29 PM   #11
Bodybygamma
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If you want a bigger bench work the form and move heavy poundage to stimulate the CNS. Cycle in Board presses, Lock outs, Speed work,Floor presses, chains bands, and lots of lat work. you will need a strong back to engage them and find your grove. If you learn how to arch properly you can definitely add more weight to you total. Make sure your benching like a powerlifter and not a bencher. If you need some more tips, tricks or videos let me know, I will be more then happy to help. I was taught how to bench by Vince Dinezo a 600+raw bencher
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