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When I do the feet elevated push ups, I did about 25 to get close to failure. If the scale says I'm pushing around 100-105 pounds, that seems to conflict with bench press 75% 1RM @ 110 lbs. for 10 reps. The push up and benching weights are pretty close, but the reps are very different. I don't think I could bench 100 lbs. 25 times. What accounts for the ...


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The first picture is a more accurate depiction of a proper rack position (i.e., over the eyes). The reason for beginning with your eyes under the bar isn't because it's easier to unrack (it's arguably more difficult). The primary reason is to allow full range of motion throughout each rep. When you bench press, you should create a "J" curve; ...


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