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    fastest to a 300lb bench

    how long did it take u to get 300 , 400
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    I've got a question for you. How will this information help you out? Progress at whatever rate you can.
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    it doesnt j/w
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    Took me about a year and 4 months of serious/consistent lifting to hit 305.

    But, before I started the serious lifting, I'd lift on and off before that, so I was already able to bench 180 when I started really lifting...

    I trained 4-6 reps for bench always, and was able to keep gaining all the time.
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    6 months of educated training... 1 year total
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    mjsbossman. How often did you bench.
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    I started lifting the end of my seventh grade year and by the fall of my sophomore year in highschool I hit 300
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    Originally posted by Darracq
    mjsbossman. How often did you bench.
    I only benched once a week. I had a very typical bodybuilding routine, but I did low reps for everyting , 4-6 reps, and maybe 10 reps for calves.

    I'd do flat bench, incline bench, and weighed dips for chest. 3 sets for each exercise. I switch off with barbell and dumbbell each week, and I do think it helped me.

    Oh yea, and I ate like a PIG! I've gained 50 pounds in 2 years. 155---->205, 6'1"
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    been lifting 1.5 year seriously and about 2 over all to get to 220 started out benching around 80 lbs
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    Before I started weights seriously I could bench 200 pounds (90kg), before the serious part I'd screw around at school and try and max every week.

    I now bench 300 pounds after a year of bodybuilding and 3 months of powerlifting.
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