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How To Improve Your Bench Press In 5 Simple Steps

If You Want To Improve Your Bench Press And Build A Set Of Pecs To Be Proud Of, You Need To Read This Article

So you want to improve your bench press?

You want to feel bigger, stronger, and strut through the gym with pride. Impressing your friends with a three-figure lift.

But you've hit a brick wall.

When you started, the numbers kept climbing effortlessly. You barely had to try.

Now, it's more challenging. Fighting and grinding for an extra rep is a titanic tussle. Like Hogan vs Andre The Giant, Luke vs Vader, or Balboa vs Drago.

Your dreams of an upper body to be proud of seem a long way off. But fear not, because you can improve your bench press using these 5 simple steps. Apply the information you'll learn in this article and you'll see your bench press sky-rocket.

More importantly, you'll build more muscle. After all, it's more muscle you want, rather than an ego-boost about how much you can bench.

But before you dive into the detail, let me show you the results you could experience IF you choose to follow these 5 simple steps.

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Metallica, Bulking, & International Chest Day (Part 2)

Metallica’s ‘A Year and a Half in the Life of…’

Over the next few weeks I'm going to be doing a series of shorter blog posts that are intended to a bit of a 'Day in the Life of..' type of thing.

I got the idea after watching an old DVD I had lying around.  Metallica's 'A Year and a Half in the Life of...'

I'd dread to think how many times I've seen that thing.  It was on constant repeat when I was a kid, right after the release of the Black Album.

Back in the early 90's it was all still old style VHS, and me and my brother must have pretty much wore that thing out!  Not to mention the fact our parents probably lost their minds with us reciting every line word for word.

It's what inspired me to take up the guitar and make an attempt at becoming a rock star.  For the detectives out there, you can find some old videos and tracks of my band if you scour YouTube, MySpace (if it still exists), and Facebook.

You can have a pretty good laugh at my long hair and lame effort at a beard.

Now it's Sad But True that this series of posts probably isn't going to be as exciting, funny, and memorable as that documentary, but let's see how close we can get.

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