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Bench Press, Part Six (superior bench press biomechanics #1)

Bench Press Biomechanics

Category: Bench - Date published: July 25th, 2017
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Bench Press - Part Five. Click Pics to ENLARGE (ordinary bench press biomechanics #2)Bench press comparitive bar acceleration during two lifts by L. Pacifico  (1978 injury with 523 pounds, and 1979 lift of 529 pounds. (awesome bench press biomechanics #3)Figure 3. Geometry of the Raising Phase. (4) = CHST, (5) = MXAR, (6) =  MXVR, (7) = MNAR, (8) = MNVR, (9) - END. See text for further description  of these . (delightful bench press biomechanics #4)Bench press BB.JPG (exceptional bench press biomechanics #5)Bench Press Bar Path (nice bench press biomechanics #6)Graphic by Lyndsey Nuckols (charming bench press biomechanics #7)Figure 2.Geometry of the Lowering Phase. (1) = STRT, (2) = MXVL, (3) =  MXAL, (4) = CHST; see text for further description of these characteristic  instants. (wonderful bench press biomechanics #8)On the left, you can see the shoulder horizontal flexion moment arm (solid  black (marvelous bench press biomechanics #9)