Increase Bench Press Strength Chest Bodybuilding Tips Expert Guide Launched

Fitness Fahrenheit has launched its newest guide. It targets both beginners and experienced individuals who intend to increase size, increase body mass, or who simply desire a bigger chest.

Boston, United States - June 2, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Boston Fitness Center, Fitness Fahrenheit has announced the release of its new guide. It is designed to guide bodybuilders, weight lifters, and fitness enthusiasts on how to increase strength from doing bench presses.

Details can be found at

Compiled by Army veteran Koji Preston, the guide first highlights the fact that being able to bench press a ton of weights is one of the goals of many in the fitness-conscious community. In fact, Koji observes, many see bench press as being the epitome of strength.

“A good bench press is the cornerstone of many weight lifters repertoire. It not only results in a muscular chest. But, it also works out many other major muscle groups. It is an ideal form to master as you go along your weight lifting journey,” the fitness expert states.

The guide notes that learning how to increase bench press strength is not as simple as it first appears. This is because there are many different ways to effectively working the bench press.

That being said, Koji goes on to address over 30 different tips on how to increase one’s bench press strength. These facts, he professed, are “tried and true methods for taking your strength to the next level”.

The first tip the guide addresses is that of training the chest all alone. In this regard, Koji states that a day should be set aside to focus solely on working the muscles in one’s chest.

“The supporting muscles in the bench press, the triceps and shoulders, shouldn’t be hit before you work the chest muscles…They also shouldn’t be trained in the 48 hours before your chest workout. The tris and delts do need to be prepared specially to improve your bench. But chest day should be the day you get your pecs devastated all by themselves,” he advised.

Other tips highlighted in the guide include warming up, taking care of one’s rotator cuff, breathing properly to maximize the effort of one’s body, keeping the elbows tucked to protect the shoulders, and positioning oneself correctly on the bench every time. Also addressed are tips such as engaging the legs, abs, and glutes for increased stability, mixing up rep speed, using the pause rest method, varying rest periods, and using the incline and decline positions to ensure that all areas of the chest are targeted.

The guide also gives tips on how to press different measures of weights including, 50, 25, and 100 pounds. It is aimed at helping both beginners and experienced individuals who want to increase size, increase body mass, or to simply have a bigger chest.

Interested parties can click on the link above for further information.

Contact Info:
Name: Koji Lopez
Email: Send Email
Organization: Fitness Fahrenheit
Address: 18 Corman Road, Boston, MA 02126, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88959831

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