How to fold your bench press

The bench press is one of the most popular exercises in modern strength training, but there’s one major challenge: How do you fold it?

There’s a few methods, and you might be wondering what they are. 

In this video, I will walk you through how to fold the bench press.

The bench is a great way to get your strength in the back and shoulders up and to get into the bar, but it’s also the most difficult to execute. 

To learn how to do it properly, you’ll need to learn how the back of the body moves while pressing the bar. 

You need to understand the physics of the movement. 

For instance, when you fold the bar you will move the hips, knees and hips forward.

That’s what we’re going to focus on today. 

The hips, knee and hips are moving at a very specific angle in order to move the bar from your back.

The more you can understand that angle, the more comfortable you can fold the lift. 

There are several ways to fold a bench press: a straight bar, a bench with a hinge and a bench that is held horizontally A horizontal bench is one where the bar is bent over the hips.

This is called a single bar bench. 

When you start using this type of bench, you need to be sure that you don’t have any movement in the lower back while you’re doing this exercise. 

This is because the bar has to rotate with the hips in order for the hips to move. 

If you start bending the bar on your knees, the bar will start to rotate at a higher angle. 

A straight bar can be folded in this way:  The bar is straight, the shoulders are flat and the back is straight. 

However, the angle you’re trying to hit with the bar changes as you move closer to your chest. 

As you reach your upper body, the shoulder blades will start moving forward, and this will cause the bar to rotate in the same direction as the front of your body. 

What about a bent bar? 

The bent bar is not necessarily a straight bar.

In fact, the bend is not always perpendicular to the bar’s axis. 

Instead, it’s a little bit more like a half turn. 

On a straight bench, the front and back of your shoulders will be parallel to the floor. 

That’s why bent bars can be easier to get to grips with. 

Now that you know how to bend a bench, what’s next? 

I’m going to cover how to handle the barbell, how to work the legs, how you should work the core, and how you can increase your benching success. 

Next time: How to get stronger in the weight room.