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If you are doing flat bench and going fairly heavy, do you have your spot break the weight for you or do you push the weight off the rack? Had a discussion with a coworker and he seems to believe it helps him get over a mental block when he's attempting to go heavy or push up a new best if his spot breaks the weight off the rack.
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If you are doing flat bench and going fairly heavy, do you have your spot break the weight for you or do you push the weight off the rack? Had a discussion with a coworker and he seems to believe it helps him get over a mental block when he's attempting to go heavy or push up a new best if his spot breaks the weight off the rack.
I always have someone break the weight off the rack. Same applies when i was doing 90lbs db's on flat, i had someone help me pop them up then i would hammer out my set. It's just easier that way and you dont find yourself struggling.

Whether its barbell or db's i find it exhausting to get them up initially. Different strokes for different folks, though. I doubt pushing that 2-3" to begin with is going to kill my workout.

Have you tried dumbbell, Nate, and not barbell bench press? If you haven't try it a few times. The first few reps/sets will be a pain in the ass as you're not used to it but i never went back after i tried a set of DBs.

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If you are doing flat bench and going fairly heavy, do you have your spot break the weight for you or do you push the weight off the rack? Had a discussion with a coworker and he seems to believe it helps him get over a mental block when he's attempting to go heavy or push up a new best if his spot breaks the weight off the rack.
Going heavy during sets, I want to have a spotter help get it off only if needed, but I'll try first. Maxing out for one push, I want to do it myself. If I can't get it off, then I have no business pressing it, IMO. But during a heavy work-out, I might need that little extra help here and there.
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Nothing wrong with having a spotter help you start it. A lot of chronic shoulder injuries can be derived from that motion, as it's a very different set of muscles than what's focused on during the actual bench.
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I always have someone break the weight off the rack. Same applies when i was doing 90lbs db's on flat, i had someone help me pop them up then i would hammer out my set. It's just easier that way and you dont find yourself struggling.

Whether its barbell or db's i find it exhausting to get them up initially. Different strokes for different folks, though. I doubt pushing that 2-3" to begin with is going to kill my workout.

Have you tried dumbbell, Nate, and not barbell bench press? If you haven't try it a few times. The first few reps/sets will be a pain in the ass as you're not used to it but i never went back after i tried a set of DBs.
I prefer the dumbells, myself. I get a better burn with less weight since each arm is isolated.

I can do 3 sets of 10 reps on the bar (205, 225, 245) and get more of a worked feel from 3 sets of 10 reps on db (80, 85, 90).
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I always have someone break the weight off the rack. Same applies when i was doing 90lbs db's on flat, i had someone help me pop them up then i would hammer out my set. It's just easier that way and you dont find yourself struggling.

Whether its barbell or db's i find it exhausting to get them up initially. Different strokes for different folks, though. I doubt pushing that 2-3" to begin with is going to kill my workout.

Have you tried dumbbell, Nate, and not barbell bench press? If you haven't try it a few times. The first few reps/sets will be a pain in the ass as you're not used to it but i never went back after i tried a set of DBs.
Yeah we've started incorporating more dumbbells into our workouts but are limited to the weights we can use as it is a home gym and we don't have a rack of DB's to choose from.
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Yeah we've started incorporating more dumbbells into our workouts but are limited to the weights we can use as it is a home gym and we don't have a rack of DB's to choose from.
I can send a set of 30's for you
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LMAO actually my girls dad just donated a set of 30's to us. We already had a set but I graciously accepted them.
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I'm lucky, My gym has DB supports you can put next to a bench and lift the Db's off of like a barbell bench. You can go real heavy when you don't have to lay back and kick them up.

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I'm lucky, My gym has DB supports you can put next to a bench and lift the Db's off of like a barbell bench. You can go real heavy when you don't have to lay back and kick them up.
I like kicking them up as I lay back... I squeezes any farts out before I get busy.
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I save those for Squats.
I would deflate if I cut loose during a squat.
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I save those for Squats.
You hold them for 24 hours+?? Man, remind me to never workout with you!
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I don't have a spotter, so......
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I typically will get help off when pressing anything over 200, just saves a little bit of energy for me...
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when you get going into the heavy weight.......its always best to have a spot to help position the weight over your chest......the rotation with the heavy weight can injure a shoulder, anytime, anytime i start to do decline or flat bench lift with 400 plus on the bench i always always have a good spotter who knows what he's doing, if not you can get injured which sucks.......safety first..always when it gets heavy.

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when you get going into the heavy weight.......its always best to have a spot to help position the weight over your chest......the rotation with the heavy weight can injure a shoulder, anytime, anytime i start to do decline or flat bench lift with 400 plus on the bench i always always have a good spotter who knows what he's doing, if not you can get injured which sucks.......safety first..always when it gets heavy.
When I get ready to start 400+, I wake up.
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lol.......great thing about power lifting.........you can always get stronger......back in the day i used think 250 was heavy........then 300, 350, then 400, then 455....but just keep working and you will keep getting stronger......but always use a spotter when moving from rest position to the lift position on bench, decline, incline....see to many guys get stuck with weight on there chest becouse there to macho to ask someone one for a good lift off and spot...stupid stupid stupid.

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lol.......great thing about power lifting.........you can always get stronger......back in the day i used think 250 was heavy........then 300, 350, then 400, then 455....but just keep working and you will keep getting stronger......but always use a spotter when moving from rest position to the lift position on bench, decline, incline....see to many guys get stuck with weight on there chest becouse there to macho to ask someone one for a good lift off and spot...stupid stupid stupid.
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I don't have a training partner, and when I go there's usually not many people that can handle the weight I need to use.

So, I'm either stuck with staying at 275 for reps, or using the Hammer Strength.

When I do reverse grip bench, I have to have a spot with 225 and above. It's just to damn awkward to get off the rack without help.
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i normally dont ask for a lift off till i go heavy... the raven has to really work to keep 225 from crushing me like a bug..

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i normally dont ask for a lift off till i go heavy... the raven has to really work to keep 225 from crushing me like a bug..
haha...yeah...and I can bench 405X5...

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haha...yeah...and I can bench 405X5...

Where the hell have you been?
since aaron busted his foot and took 6 months off.. i took 6 months off so now im trying to get back into it and lose weight.. changed my work out regime a little.. down from 340 to 310ish.

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hand off. if he is going for a "max" then what I have done in the past is hold for 10 secs, a few times over a course of time to get used to the weight then the mental block is null and void. when I was in High school I was around 360 on the flat bench and the only person that could spot me was the toilet bowl for a neck coach. <-- I was not in athletics so this was a HUGE max for someone in P.E. After high school I kept working out with that coach I was up to 395, wanted 400+, but never got there.
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since aaron busted his foot and took 6 months off.. i took 6 months off so now im trying to get back into it and lose weight.. changed my work out regime a little.. down from 340 to 310ish.
You guys still going to the one off parker and Alma? I was there a few weeks ago around 6 on a wednesday and didn't see anyone.
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yup.. normally on weds im doing legs. i wasnt there last week though but i hit legs and cardio today.. do you come out there often on weds?

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yup.. normally on weds im doing legs. i wasnt there last week though but i hit legs and cardio today.. do you come out there often on weds?
I rarely come to that gym....but I may start going more around 6. When do you normally go? I need to force myself to get back into heavy.
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I rarely come to that gym....but I may start going more around 6. When do you normally go? I need to force myself to get back into heavy.
i normally get there around 5:30.. lift for 30-45 min and then 45min - hour on the treadmill.. i wouldnt call anything im doing heavy lol.. i dropped down to 95s on seated dumbell shoulder press and havent gont over 315 on bench yet.. just trying to do good slow clean reps.. super set as much as i can and keep my rest to a minimum.. and then bust out some cardio.

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It was 505 for 5.
He was talking dumbells.
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It was 505 for 5.
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after 6 months off. im not touching 505 rightnow im working on getting 315 for lots of reps

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If it makes you feel better, I'm currently doing sets of 205 for 12...

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If it makes you feel better, I'm currently doing sets of 205 for 12...
I hit three personal bests this last week:
I got up 120lb dumb bells for 3 sets of 10 on shoulder press.
I got up 120lb dumb bells for 2 sets of 25 on flat bench.
I also did 90lb dumb bell lunges for 3 sets of 8 reps on each leg.

I haven't been under a flat bench in a long time.
I really should change it up a bit.
I am really trying to work on getting my legs to where I want them, but I can tell it's definately taking a toll on my knees.
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I hit three personal bests this last week:
I got up 120lb dumb bells for 3 sets of 10 on shoulder press.
I got up 120lb dumb bells for 2 sets of 25 on flat bench.
I also did 90lb dumb bell lunges for 3 sets of 8 reps on each leg.

I haven't been under a flat bench in a long time.
I really should change it up a bit.
I am really trying to work on getting my legs to where I want them, but I can tell it's definately taking a toll on my knees.
That 205 is better than the 185 I had been pushing up the previouscouple weeks, though we are definitely on opposite ends of the spectrum at the moment. My personal bests are measured in terms of ankle/leg pain at the moment, I keep my sanity by ignoring the numbers on the plates (or lack thereof).

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You guys must be freaking huge. I've been lifting for years and have never touched anything over 250 naturally...
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You guys must be freaking huge. I've been lifting for years and have never touched anything over 250 naturally...
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