Health and Fitness Centers Boston MA

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Crunch Fitness
(617) 338-9001
17 Winter St
Boston, MA
 
Grettacole
(617) 266-6166
10 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA
 
Synergistics Persnl Trnng Stdo and Asn Thrptc Cnte
(617) 266-0200
9 Newbury St Ste 5
Boston, MA
 
Charles River Park Emerg Serv
(617) 523-6172
55 Fruit St
Boston, MA
 
Pine Brook Country Club Hse
(781) 894-3731
42 W Newton St
Roxbury, MA
 
Fitness Together North End Boston
(617) 778-2426
145 Hanover Street
Boston, MA
Programs & Services
Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Personal Training, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Healthworks Foundation
(617) 859-8700
441 Stuart St Fl 4
Boston, MA
 
Union Boat Club
(617) 742-1520
144 Chestnut St
Boston, MA
 
Body Evolver Health Fitness Ce
(617) 247-2639
364 Boylston St
Boston, MA
 
The Clubs at Charles River Park
(617) 726-2900
10 Whittier Place
Boston, MA
 
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Rolled-Up Towel For Forcing Your Shoulders Back and Together in the Barbell Bench Press

This is a quick tip that can help you get more out of every barbell bench press you do! In order to maximize chest involvement, you need to get your shoulders back - that can be tough to remember to do when you're on a flat bench.

So roll up a towel and lay it on the bench lengthwise, where your upper back is going to lay down.

When you lay down, the rolled-up towel will be right between your shoulders blades. Your shoulders will be forced back on their own accord. It's a great massage for your spinal cord too!

Try this with light weight first, as there is some balance required. But it's a simple solution to teach you how to get your shoulders back when doing a bench press, which is critical to really activating the pecs in the exercise.

Rolled-Up Towel For Forcing Your Shoulders Back and Together in the Barbell Bench Press

Rolled-Up Towel For Forcing Your Shoulders Back and Together in the Barbell Bench Press

Rolled-Up Towel For Forcing Your Shoulders Back and Together in the Barbell Bench Press

Rolled-Up Towel For Forcing Your Shoulders Back and Together in the Barbell Bench Press


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