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training bench. 1. It hits chest, shoulders, triceps, and back. 2. It will also build muscle mass, and it increases your push strength. Next, we will be talking about deadlifting and its benefits. The deadlift is a weight training exercise in which a loaded barbell or bar is lifted off the ground to the level of the hips, then lowered to the ground. 1. It can prevent injuries by increasing the strength of your muscles around
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2. It will also increase the fat burning process in your body. Lastly we will be talking about squatting and its benefits. Squatting is a strength exercise in which where the trainee lowers their hips from a standing position and stand then stands back up. 1. It can increase your jump height. 2. Grow stronger hamstrings, quads, and calves. Conclusion : let’s recap on what we talked about today. First we talked about bench pressing, and how it’s important to build muscle mass. Next, we talked about deadlifting, and how it’s beneficial for our back. Finally, we talked about squatting, and how important the exercise is to build stronger legs. Keep in mind, results will not show up immediately, it takes time, effort, and consistency
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Work Cited Alex, et al. “5 Bench Press Benefits That Reinforce Why Benching Is Awesome.” King of the Gym, 5 Sept. 2015, . Hogan, Michelle Kennedy. “10 Benefits of Deadlifts You Probably Never Knew.” Lifehack, Lifehack, 6 Aug. 2018, - you-probably-never-knew.html . Schlinger, Amy. “The One Move That Needs to Be Part of Your Training Routine.” Runner's World, Runner's World, 13 June 2019, .
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