8 comments on “Bench Press Pain Solution… (1 SIMPLE DRILL)‏

  1. Jeff,

    When I bench press I seem to strain my neck muscles and I am looking for a technique to stop this

  2. Armin Geissler on Jul 9, 2016 12:38 am | Reply

    Jeff I have watched many of your video presentations. Currently I rehabbing a should surgery I recently had. I can’t quite remember how I ended up here at your site, but your information is extremely helpful, so thank you! I saw a video that I can’t seem to find where you took a band and wrapped it around your wrist and then externally rotated your shoulders. I find this exerciser very helpful with warming up before work outs. At fist my MRI confirmed a 10 mm labrum tear in my left shoulder. After arthroscopy the doctor determined the labrum was fine, however I was suffering impingement from inflamed bursa tissue. So the labrum surgery turned into a decompression which included filing down the acromium. Please let me know if you can help me find this video.

  3. Jeff would you suggest using cable machine for chest exercise to lose chest fat? Maybe 3 positions (giant sets)100 reps each position?

    • lose weight by dieting, no exercise is going to burn fat from where you want it to go.

  4. Jeff, I’m a PTA and have been over using my shoulders and biceps tendon for years. Guess what.. I finally started to feel the repercussions of inproper/over training. Will you please create a training program incorporating safe but effective positions for those with shoulder injuries. Id love to see a program where you demonstrate leg day w shoulder safety, back day w shoulder safety, shoulder day with shoulder safety, and so on.. Just thought I’d ask! Thanks for all the shoulder videos! I’ve been working out my rotator cuff bad boys for a month now and feel it’s getting better.. not great but better.

  5. Hello Jeff.

    Im from Italy and see all your videos, they help me a lot..thank you.

    Now i have a problem with Chest workout with dumbbel on 30 degree bench , i have a lot of shoulder pain after my second set of rep.
    What is the right inclination 15° or 30° to work the upper chest?
    With normal bench press i have no problem with my shoulders.

    Thank you.
    Adrian

  6. Pat Tino, PT on Jun 26, 2017 7:50 pm | Reply

    Love your explanatory videos Jeff. Please let me know a an email for you. I’d like to ask you a couple questions.

  7. Shmuel Sanders on Aug 4, 2017 12:36 pm | Reply

    To Jeff: Enjoy your good advice. Query: I don’t do bench presses, think it is stupid exercise hundreds of pounds of iron balanced over an egg-shell skull. But I love to do push-ups with my weighted vest, which I can load to over 350 lbs, plenty enough for me. After years, I have developed shoulder pain, anterior deltoid muscle, I suppose. Should your bench press pain latex band remedy help this pain, and if not, maybe you have a suggestion?

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