Background

We offer quite a few programs but we're known across the Web for The Critical Bench Program. This is the original so don't be fooled by imposters trying to make their claim to fame. We've been on the Web since 1999 and helped over 2500 people improve their bench press with our customized program. That's right we give you the exact weights and routine to help you up your max. Guaranteed or your money back.

He can be contacted at mwesterdal@criticalbench.com.

What We Can Do For You
Are you looking to add 50lbs the your bench? How about in 10 weeks? The Critical Bench Program was first made available to the public in 1999. Be informed that many of them have copied our methods and terminology. Don't accept anything less; the Critical Bench Program is the original. We didn't create it by reading magazines and reports. It's a direct result of our own blood, sweat and tears.

Everyone is skeptical when they're on the Internet. We want to abolish the risk by offering a money back guarantee. If you give 110% effort, and aren't satisfied we'll be happy to refund you. Take a moment to read some of our success stories in the testimonials section. To date over 2500 satisfied clients have utilized our training system.

For More Information On The Critical Bench Program, Click Here Or Go To: http://www.criticalbench.com.

Mike Westerdal
Critical Bench LLC
http://www.criticalbench.com

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So why do the Bulgarians have such a successful national weightlifting program? Do they use anabolics in excess? Do they need to use them? I will answer this question and more right here.
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Here are some bench press tips on how to break out of that plateau you might be in. These tips and techniques are in detail and should help tremendously in your bench pressing goals.
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The world's strongest women takes a few moments to answer questions about what she has accomplished, how, and what her future goals are.
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Lat training is no different from the training of other body parts. Learn why the movements are not the problem, its the technique used, or in this case not used, and that presents the problem for most trainers.
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Find out who Roger Broeg is, what he has been up to, what are his favorite exercises, what he eats and much more...
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I learned a lesson about how strong I really was training for my sophomore football season in college. Find out how in six months I got to be all conference in Division I-AA football as a sophomore and three years later it helped me get to the pros.
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Take all the stimulants you want, but without a calorie restricted diet and a consistent exercise regimen, stimulant supplements do little more than raise your heart rate while you sweat a lot! So, whether or not you choose to take stimulants, make sure you have all these basics of fat loss down first!
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When you're dealing with sticking points in the bench press you have to remember that there are several ways to correct the problem, but most won't work for you. Are you getting stuck at the lockout? Here's some TNT to help you blast that problem!
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It's not uncommon for someone to spend months or even years benching the same amount of weight with no improvement. With a few small changes in your technique, a good dose of hard work and some patience, a 300, 400, or even 500-pound bench press is within your reach.
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One of the biggest mistakes people make when trying to get their bench max up is training with lots of sets and reps! Learn what you need to know to improve your bench!
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Learn all about Anthony Clark's career and what got him started in the first place. Also, find out what he thinks of fellow competitors!
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Learn the 12 steps on how to get a bigger bench from Criticalbench.com...
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The correct form for the bench press requires that both your feet are touching the ground and your glutes, as well as your upper back remain anchored to the bench. Learn how to do the bench press with correct form!
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There has always been a debate on whether or not performing a single rep during your workout is a good idea. Many people think that if you want to know how much you can lift for one rep you can simply look it up in a chart and avoid any chance of injury.
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We offer quite a few programs but we're known across the Web for The Critical Bench Program. Learn how to add 50 lbs to your bench in 10 weeks!
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