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a weightlift in which you lie on your back on a bench and press weights upward

a small punch press mounted on a workbench

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At the second event Longford lifted 330ng in the squat, 240kg in the benchpress and 330kg in the deadlift.
The 68-year-old has just returned from Texas where he conquered all before him in the Masters 3 category of the Benchpress Single- Championships.
While he was doing a benchpress exercise, Harrison felt a twinge in his stomach and the medical assessment was worse than he had feared.
McGwire probably could benchpress Maddux, all 185 pounds of him, with one arm.
Unable to turn his abilities into productive functions because of his affliction, he focused on developing his body until he could benchpress 500 pounds.
Coming from one who can simultaneously benchpress 445 pounds and run a multi-outlet, multimillion-dollar company, who's going to argue?
The plug is designed to terminate 28 and 30 AWG stranded wires using a benchpress or high-speed applicator.
Alex Lee, Dan Worsley, Laura Berry and James Downs claimed medal success at the British Benchpress Championships in Lincolnshire.
An exciting change will be implemented for authors and journal reviewers in 2015 with the adoption of the BenchPress system for all manuscript submissions.
He managed 100kg in the squat lift, 60kg in the benchpress and 180kg in the deadlift - despite pulling a muscle in his back and suffering cramp in his leg.
The Aussie props spent much of this match with their noses in the Twickenham turf, unable to compete with the sheer muscle of the man who can benchpress 500lbs.
The Greenock-born athlete travels to Texas this month in search of gold at the Masters Benchpress Single Championships convinced he's in better shape than ever.
5kg, his benchpress 170kg and his deadlift 235kg in a faultless, focused and determined performance.