How to make a bench press bench with this harness guide

If you want to train your bench press to be more powerful, more explosive, and more efficient, you need to get a bench and bench press harness.

And you need a bench, not a folding bench.

A folding bench press requires the use of a bench seat, which is not the same as a folding chair, and it requires some additional weight to hold it in place.

But a bench requires a little more equipment to hold on to and keep you upright.

That means a folding desk is not as good for the bench, and a bench strap is not good for your back.

Here are a few tips to get you started with a bench that is a little bit more versatile than folding chairs. 

A folding bench bench, with its folding seat and a few accessories, is not for the faint of heart.

Here’s how to make it work. 

1.

Get a bench.

It’s important to get the bench right, but there are two things you need first: a bench stand, and the right equipment.

A bench stand is a set of sturdy pieces that you can mount on a bench to hold your bench up. 

If you already have a bench for which you need something to hold, get a sturdy, sturdy bench.

I recommend a sturdy folding bench, like this one, because it makes for a sturdy bench that you are able to put on without worry.

The legs of the bench stand must be stable enough to stand on. 2.

Choose the right bench.

Choose a bench with a sturdy frame and sturdy legs.

This will help keep your bench stable when you’re sitting in it and will also keep your back and neck from getting bruised when you do move it. 

Here are some recommended bench heights. 

The tallest bench is about 45 inches, and you can get the best results when using a bench height of 45 to 50 inches.

3.

Use the right harness.

For most people, it is best to get an adjustable bench harness, like the ones that come with folding chairs or folding desks.

The harness should fit around your shoulders, and its straps should be adjustable to fit your back, too.

A regular bench harness has a lot of room for adjustment, so a bench can be placed much higher or lower than a regular harness. 

4.

Find a good bench.

You don’t need to spend a lot to get your bench to perform well.

The bench can perform just fine if you have enough strength and endurance to handle it.

Here is a table showing bench heights for different bench heights: 5.

Adjust the harness.

If you can’t get the straps to adjust well, the harness should be adjusted to fit the position of your shoulders and neck.

Adjust your harness to fit you and your bench. 

6.

Choose an appropriate bench.

Some people like to use a folding table, like these ones.

This allows you to use your bench on two legs, but it also gives you a bench if you want a folding-chair-like bench.

For more flexibility, a folding stand is best for people who like to sit upright, but a folding benches can be used if you need flexibility. 

7.

Get the right accessory.

Some bench harnesses come with straps that will help you get into and out of the seat, but the straps on a folding chairs and folding desks are not designed for use with a standing desk.

The straps should sit on your back so you can easily get in and out. 

8.

Take the bench off.

Once you get your harness and bench, you will need to take it off and replace the harness with a new one. 

For more tips on harness design, check out my post on How to Make a Bench with a Bench Stand, which discusses a folding Bench with adjustable legs, a foldable chair, a bench bench strap, and folding bench legs. 

9.

Start the program.

After you have your bench back up, it’s time to start the program!

I recommend starting with a 3-10 rep routine, but you can change it up. 10.

Take breaks.

There are two reasons to take breaks: to rest and to work on your bench strength. 

Take breaks during the workout to rest.

If you want more flexibility and can stand up from a standing bench, take breaks during your workout to get more mobility.

11.

Rest and work on bench strength, not weight.

The best way to strengthen your bench is to work your bench as hard as possible.

If that’s not possible, rest and work the bench with weights.

12.

If it hurts, rest it.

If your back hurts, get it checked out.

When you get back from the bench session, get yourself some time to recover.

It is not uncommon for your body to be sore for a few days after a heavy workout. 

13.

Do the same workout over and over