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I hit a bench press PR of 265 pounds but unfortunately I also injured my pectoral muscle.

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265 Pound Bench Press PR and Pec Tear

I hit a bench press PR of 265 pounds but unfortunately I also injured my pectoral muscle.

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16 thoughts on “265 Pound Bench Press PR and Pec Tear

  1. Look in to your fellow Canadian Dr Andreo Spina’s work. He has a couple onnit videos demonstrating a great controlled shoulder warm up and a hip opening warm up.

  2. Forget about the stupid dips. You don’t need them to build a big strong chest, and they are a very risky exercise. So many guys tear their pecs doing dips. Just stick with presses and flyes. That’s all you need. Trust me. I used to do dips and I never tore my pecs, but I felt this painful stretching at the bottom, and there were times where I would have to cut my sets short because I felt like if I continued I would tear one or both of my pecs.

  3. Injuries suck brother. My shoudler and pec are flaring uo again, sucks so bad. I think im going to stop doing dips, i think its the cause of reoccuring injury, seeing as you tore your pec from dips too. (P.s. those dip bars looked hella wide too)

  4. As a fellow tall person I can assure you it is physically harder for taller people to bench. You’re doing more work against gravity.

  5. Gotta bring you arms down slower when you can for lat raise. Smash it up if you need to but bring it back slooooww!

  6. Why has your strength growth been stunted? Have you had previous injuries. I benched this after 3 months on starting strength. I couldn’t been it now because life gets in the way

  7. It is almost certain that you will mention negative comments. IMHO this is all about you bud, everyone gets them, but almost no one focuses on them but you. Get your head check bruh.

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