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Reverse Grip Bench..anyone ever do them?

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massachuset
(@massachuset)
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I remember experimenting last year a little bit with that, but i never caught on to it.. Just kinda popped into my mind now randomly, wondered if anyone loves them and why, i guess i'm kinda curious to try it again lol but i most likely won't lol


   
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(@gymguy22)
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i use them once in a while i have never done them enough to gain anything. but i know that doggcrapp advocates them along with his workout so i might try it


   
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Anomeley
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Never tried them watched a clip on them the other day, just looks awkward as hell and I don't see the added benefit.


   
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biggreene
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very good tricep mass builder. It is much easier to do them on a smith machine.


   
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littlewilly
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Not bad movement, hurts my wrists somewhat, doing them on the smith definalty makes it more comfortable. Great tricep builder.


   
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(@trancedelt)
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ya smith reverse presses are great for tri's ive moved up to using 315 for that now, and my tri's are growing alot...


   
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(@hard-gainer)
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iv'e been using them for the 8 weeks on the smith machine and really like them for the triceps, awesome.


   
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(@brocko)
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I like them, you just need a decent spotter when you are doing them.


   
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(@qwe123)
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I actually find these easier on my wrists than regular close grip benching. You need a spotter to help you unrack the weight though.


   
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