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Injuries even at 15 reps minimum?

maldorf

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all good points made. there was that recent video of a guy pooping his pec on incline as well so incline can be just as vulnerable, i dont seem to see any vids of shoulder press accidents, sitting down at least, but have heard of them messing with shoulders. Perhaps just go high reps on those, otherwise flies for high reps, or you just arent goin to be doing any kinda of pushing exercises?
Even flies can tear you up. I think Hawkmoon on here tore his pec doing those.
 

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Quan loong oil, prep work, and progressive warm ups are key in preventing injury....as well as selecting exercises that for your particular structure like dante is always a saying
 

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High reps are generally safer than low reps.

But . . . bench pressing is probably the worst and perhaps the most
dangerous exercise for your chest and shoulders. As was said above,
plenty of other safer, more effective ways to develop the chest.

If you want to repeat your unfortunate injury, just keep bench pressing.

Options . . .

If you feel you must do flat bench presses, do them on the floor,
barbell or dumbells.

Dips, weighted preferably ('Scott dips if you have the flexibility),
if not do the highest reps you can manage. Decline presses are great.
Incline's are a waste of effort in my opinion. Flys are okay but
do declines and approach with caution and attention to form but
even then they are marginally effectively . . . but declines are the
way to go, better than flat. Again my opinion. And pushups.
Feet elevates on a bench or on the ground. Max reps or add weight
on you back if possible. If you can do something that creates more
range of motion, go for it.

Hope this helps.
 

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