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bench press

a weight-training exercise in which a person lies on a bench and pushes a barbell upwards with both hands from chest level until the arms are straight, then lowers it again
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He's benchpressed 445 pounds - the state masters' record for the under-275-pound class and a personal best for Haugen.
He is also expected to compete alongside Lee at the World Benchpress Championships in South Africa.
He managed 100kg in the squat lift, 60kg in the benchpress and 180kg in the deadlift - despite pulling a muscle in his back and suffering cramp in his leg.
The Aussie props spent much of this match with their noses in the Twickenham turf, unable to compete with the sheer muscle of the man who can benchpress 500lbs.
The Greenock-born athlete travels to Texas this month in search of gold at the Masters Benchpress Single Championships convinced he's in better shape than ever.
His benchpress best was 160kg and deadlift 262.5kg.
The Record told this week how the schoolboy can already shift 240kg (37st 8lb) with his legs, lift 100kg (15st 7lb) dead weight, and benchpress 70 kilos (11st).
Note that in this issue of LawNow, in BenchPress, there is a criminal case entitled Over the Line, reporting an Ontario case, R.
She claimed the 15st exboxer - who could benchpress 520lbs - would not have allowed his son to die.
The result was that Martin, and his two sons, went into the World drug-free powerlifting federation championships representing England in the benchpress two weeks short of their peak and with no idea of their current limits.
Kevin can shift 240kg (37st 8lb) with his legs, lift 100kg (15st 7lb) dead weight and benchpress 70kg (11st).
THE Yorkshire and North East Benchpress Championships are being held at The Boathouse, Green Lane, Durham on November 2.