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BENCH PRESS – GRIP WIDTH & ARM ANGLE


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ARM ANGLE


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GRIP WIDTH


Effect of Grip Width on Strength and EMG in the Bench Press among Novice and Resistance-Trained Men – 2021 – Saeterbakken
– 6-RM in bench press with narrow, medium, and wide grip widths
– sub-group comparisons of resistance-trained (RT) and novice-trained (NT) men.
– RT – pectoralis major – clavicular: minimal differences
– NT – pectoralis major – clavicular: minimal differences
– RT – pectoralis major – sternocostal head: narrow > medium > wide
NT – pectoralis major – sternocostal head: wide > medium > narrow
– RT – triceps brachii – long head: narrow = medium > wide
NT – triceps brachii – long head: narrow = medium > wide
RTanterior deltoid: minimal differences
– NT – anterior deltoid: wide > medium > narrow

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Wide, Medium, and Narrow Grip Width Effects on the Sticking Region in Recreationally Trained Males During 1RM Bench – 2020
– Larsen, Gomo, van den Tillaar
– 14 healthy bench press-trained males performed 1-RM with a wide, medium, and close grip width
wide grip: 78% pectoralis/delts; 22% triceps
medium grip: 74% pectoralis/delts; 26% triceps
close grip: 63% pectoralis/delts; 37% triceps
Strength Log Summary .

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CLOSE GRIP


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TRICEPS


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