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Improving your bench press often requires using a weight-training program specific to building strength. One four-week program is the 5-3-1 method, which is based on percentages for your current one-repetition max. Be su... More »

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According to a Men’s Health, a man should be able to bench press 1.5 times his own body weight to be considered strong. Men’s Fitness backs up this view by and further states a person who can lift two times his own body ... More »

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The easiest way to improve your bench press and break through a plateau is to improve your form. Almost all lifters at each level of experience have flaws in their form that would improve their bench presses if corrected... More »

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Increase the amount you bench press by bench pressing more often, improving your bench press form, adding weight to the bars, and lowering the number of bench press repetitions in each set from 10 to five. Warm up for be... More »

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According to Men's Fitness, the best way to build strength is to perform four basic exercises: the squat, deadlift, bench press and shoulder press. While these four exercises are not the only ones that should be performe... More »

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