when decline benching whats nice angle for the bench to be at?
As much as I'd like to comment, last time I posted a bench reply I got bombarded with criticism That page is up to about 12 pages now I think, so be careful when starting a bench topic.
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dude that post was on another subject, the (psst!) necessity of inclines.
im not talking about that.
and btw you were definitely wrong in that thread ad totally lost the debate, not what im planning
well reinier. I'd say angling downward would be a good place to start.
okay....don't pay me any mind...i figured i'd just bump it, so the bench geeks can reply.
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the one that you feel comfortable for you
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woohoo i increased 9 lbs on all 3 my chest exercises this week...
Should the bench be as steep as in iclines?
wont you slip off in that case?
Nope, because your feet would be behind pads.
uh oh...do you have a training partner? If not, you can move the decline bench close enough to something fairly immobile and hook your feet around that.
you could just not do declines.
half the time I have no idea what you're talking about. the other half, I'm not listening.