“How much ya bench?”

When somebody finds out you lift weights, it’s automatically the first question they ask, usually mimicking the voices from the Saturday Night Live sketch.

Is that annoying? 

Ummm…. yeah, to say the least. 

It’s the equivalent of somebody going for a run, and other people yelling “Run Forrest, run!”

Still though, you want to be able to give them an answer that’s somewhat impressive, (even though they’ll lie and tell you they know a guy, who knows a guy, that bench’s at least 100lbs more no matter what number you tell them).

In today’s video, I’m going to help you refine your technique so you can add more weight to your bench press, and whether they admit it or not, impress them a little.

As always, feel free to email me, or comment below, with any questions you might have.



04/01/2016 11:16pm

Because it's not his job it's my job and also he has a you know the practice for the display for me I was type of like dumped there be like you have to comprehend on your own and you know from errors and I tell him my achievements what i've done my profession everyone lookup and says thankful.


04/03/2016 6:37pm

Thanks for the explanation. It's really good to think about.

04/10/2016 4:59pm

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04/14/2016 2:13am

Thruway 207 pounds and restricted now just 175 stone to pounds it works so I got what I needed I do have a six pack the entire I promise to God I used to work out two hours each and every day and sometimes only in the German tie smoldered 1000 calories and.


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