How To Increase Bench Press Gains – Bodybuilding Tips To Get Big

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Leroy Colbert is the first man to develop 21 inch arms and is in the Bodybuilding Hall of Fame for doing so. He has over 60 years in the business of health and building bodies. He is very knowledgeable in health and the philosophies of life. He loves to discuss both with people who want to learn. If you have a question, email him at his website. http://leroycolbert.com/

Leroy teaches you the best exercises to help you maximize your bodybuiding gains.

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swole-oldskool says:

Great advice! Thanks again leroy.

Henry Williams says:

Thanks for that big tip man

crusher143 says:

Ive always made negative reps because of this. Take a weight you cant bench
and then just let it as slow as you can down. But its so true, alot of ppls
get stuck because they wait until they can bench their weight exactly 10
times or whatever and never go up because of this.

chillmeester says:

i remember when doing near max for 6 reps squats and deadlifts the
neurological kick it gave and associated high. its the best
preworkout/warmup there is.
could do a whole body workout if starting with legs first. adrenaline and
agression through the roof.

TheAdventangel says:

stuck at one fifty gonna try it

Don Carlos says:

So do i do this before i bench my usual weight or after?

George Bogdan says:

OK -SUBBED !
I ve seen countless vids on this but no one absolutely no one reffered to
this factor and it makes so much sense at leas for me the hardest part is
the mind> like oh shit what if im gonna drop this or what if I just cant
lift it from my chest and have to scream for help I ll look like a
dumbass… this truly is the best advice ever you eliminate that shock of
unracking a +1 rep max weight and just hold it , probably will also improve
your grip and wrist issues in the bench press! THANK YOU SIR I HOPE YOU lI
LIVE 100 years more to share your knowledge with more generations !

TisRizky says:

Now I get it. Thats why my squats strenght is going so fast. I do after
squats calf raises with weights I cant do squats with. I will do this for
bench press too this is great info

Zigz Zagz says:

I agree with this principle. If at the beginning of a strength cycle,
where you are shooting for lets say a 50 lb gain in bench over 3 months you
should be unracking the weight of that projected lift several times on
every bench press day and get used to having its weight in your hands.
Unrack it 4 or 5 times every lift day and it will cease to intimidate you,
help you visualise it because you now know and can feel its weight and you
are used to handling it regularly. This is really good advice you don’t
often hear.

puletasi44 says:

only 10,000 subscribers?? wow this guy is has the best fitness channel ive
seen so far.. he doesnt just talk the talk.. but he walked the walk


thejerhkler says:

great advice!!! :)

johnosandra says:

I have noticed the same thing and developed a similar concept from personal
experience, great advice.

paul anthony walsh says:

best advice on the net.

Jaycob Baez says:

who else just keeps staring at those dam bicep shots

urb3stm8 says:

GOLD

elgransr says:

To be continue…

Micah Harmon says:

Ty Colbert

backnite1 says:

great great great advice

carlos5967 says:

I watch you everynight along with pog tired of these clowns giving false
info

Adolescent Iron says:

How could you possibly dislike any of Leroy’s videos? Great respect for you
Mr. Colbert!

nagone11 says:

Holy shit!!! I never thought about that move…….brilliant!! Makes sooo
much sense too. Only some old sage of the game can come up with that. I
shall employ such on my next go-round!

Paul Sloan says:

How do you recommend adding this into your program? Would you do your warm
up sets first until you get close to your max then put on more weight that
your max and just hold it, then after that add a little bit more and hold
it, then drop the weight to your max in the same workout?

Javier Rodriguez says:

Is it possible to do this with dumbbells?

Ripped Buddha says:

Leroy I was stuck at 200 lbs for a while. Thanks to This Tip My Bench has
gone from 200 for 10 reps up to 245 at 10 reps in just one month. Thanks
for this advice. I have also found that this tip works for almost every
exercise not just for bench press and Now My strength has been going up
almost every workout.

Fitness Gamer says:

Hey man, that’s where I am at. Well I could probably get 200 lbs for 12
reps, but I am doing sets of 10 so I don’t train to failure 1st set. I’ll
have to try this out because I want to be able to do 245-250 for 10 reps.

Cristian says:

Also Ali said that he “doesn’t count the number of sit ups he does, he just
count the last 2- those make the difference between someone who is a
champion and someone who isn’t”.

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