OK so here's the deal. I am a senior in high school and as such, i am required to do a senior project. They say you should do it on something you're passionate about and interested in, so what better thing to do it on than weightlifting!
The basis of my "project" is the development of a skill. The skill i've chosen is my strength. In order to show my development of skill, i will be comprising a video montage of my progress in the weight room, specifically on my bench press. My end goal of this project is to bench press 405 lbs. I am currently ~350 (max next week so i say roughly because hopefully i'll have seen some progress). So I'm hoping to get to 405 lbs. around April at ~235 lbs. I choose this weight because this is the weight i will be lifting at in competitions this year, and i will hopefully do well in states with a high bench and a reasonable (~270) clean and jerk.
SO, the reason for this post is to find a good, viable article on bench press form/technique. I have studied this over the years myself and i have lurked these forums quite a bit, but i need an article that is professional and i can show and quote in my research paper. Obviously i know how to have good form on the bench, but if anyone could be helpful enough to post a link to a professional, precise and useful article on bench form and technique, that'd be great.
I will also be starting an online journal here to track my progress and to help prove my development of a skill. I even need an interview as part of my senior project so if any of the more knowledgeable and experienced lifters here would be interested in an online interview or voice interview, post here and let me know =)
Thanks for your time, sorry for the big blocks of text.